How to Draw a Truck for Kids

Artist: Dawn / September 30, 2011

Step 1.

Start with one long horizontal line at the base of your paper. Next, draw in a short vertical line towards the front of the trucks frame.

Step 2.

I'm going to try and break down this tutorial to the best of my ability. Make the frot part of the truck like so, and notice how I made a very simple shape. Draw in one wheel and rim, and move to step three.

Step 3.

Draw the bumper of the truck and then the big grill. Make the lines that shape out a door, windshield, and that's about it.

Step 4.

Lets finish off this truck by drawing out the big rectangular box and the back wheels. Erase the mistakes like so, and you are all done. See how easy making a truck was.

Step 5.

Well, you have finished this tutorial. Now you can color in your truck any shade you like to replicate your favorite box vehicle.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 30, 2011
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Description: Going through sections and categories is something I have to randomly do once in a while to make sure that I have basic things that people look for when they come to I noticed in the kids section there wasn’t a tutorial on "how to draw a truck for kids", step by step. These massive vehicles are something that boys love drawing. There is so many different types of trucks and they range in size from being a box truck, pickup truck, and even the sixteen, or eighteen wheelers. The vehicle that you will be tackling is one of those big box trucks like you see on the highways. Sometimes they are for moving, and other times they are for delivery. No matter what, if you love big rigs, you will love this tutorial on drawing a truck for kids. The design of this truck is supposed to look very kiddie and blocky. I purposely made the body or design oddly shaped for a more cartoon like feel. Have fun, and enjoy the simplicity of making another vehicle with ease. Still stick around because there is more to come.