How to Draw a Simple Car
Start off drawing a large oval or egg shape like the one you see here. The size is based on preference which basically means, how ever big you want your car, that is how big you make your first shape. Add the slightly curved guideline in the middle t
You will now begin sketching out the hood, and the roof of the car. Notice how the front windshield is very basic. The same lining should also create the dip in the front for the one headlight.
Now, draw out the driver side window, and include the lining for the protective rubber at the base of the window like you see here. Next, draw the lining for the door, and then draw the spoiler feature at the bottom of the door. You will then need to
Before you draw the tires, you have to draw the rear wheel well too. Once this is complete, you can then draw the two tires, rims, and spokes inside of the rim. Since this is a simple car, you don't have to add any tire threads unless you want to. Dr
Now you will finish off this car by drawing the rest of the hood, the headlights, and the front bumper. Erase all the guidelines and shapes you drew in step one to clean up your work.
May 21, 2010
Description: I don't know about some of you but, it's like eighty three degrees where I'm located, and to tell you the truth, it's a bit uncomfortable. I have a fan blowing on my face, and a cold rag on my forehead. Anyways, I wanted to start the day by submitting another easy tutorial, that will teach you "how to draw a simple car", step by step. I speak from experience when I say that drawing cars is one of the hardest objects I ever had to learn to draw. I know there is also a lot of you, that wish you could draw cars simply too. I had a lot of fun with this drawing because I really got to work on my simple skills. You may think it's easy drawing people, animals, and objects in a simplified version. The truth is, because they are laid out in an easy or simple fashion, I have to figure out what is the best way to break down what ever I'm converting into simple form. Take the chibi Iron Man for example, yes he may be a whole bunch smaller then the real thing, but just figuring out how to draw him in a chibi form took me forever. Anyway, what it all boils down to is the fact that you can now "draw a simple car", without all the stress and fuss of figuring out where shapes go and how to connect lines. I would like to remind all of you, that if you want to see something laid out in a simplified way, just let me know and I will fill your request. I have three more lessons to upload still, so stay tuned in and keep those pencils handy. Peace out peeps, and make sure you customize your car drawing the way you like.