|Date Added: November 26, 2009|
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Description: Remember yesterday when I said that I was going to submit a car that was a blast from the past? Well here it is. Everyone loves Batman, and what is Batman without his famous car. This tutorial will teach you "how to draw the Batmobile", step by step. The Batmobile is probably one of the most popular cars that has ever appeared in a movie and in comics. In the beginning Batman had a sedan that he called "his car". Over time, comic writers wanted to create a car that was going to be easily drawn to be a continued utility that Batman uses. Hence the Batmobile was created. I looked around the internet to find out what kind of car the Batmobile is, and I found that it is in fact a made up car. The whole design of the car was strictly concept based which means a very creative mind made the black mobile that Batman drives to get around Gothic City with. Yeah sure he may have some other modes of transportation like his Batjet, and Batbike, but when he really wants to make an impression and fight crime the right way, the Batmobile is always by his side. The design of Batman's car is pretty sweet. I mean the fins on the back of the car measure in at eighty four inches with a total car length of two hundred thirty inches long. As we all know Batman talks to his car with a voice activated command control. The car also resides in "the Batcave" which is opened by command too. A huge boulder rises up as he comes and goes to his underground dwelling. The Batmobile is also equipped with a batphone, mobile tracking scope, and many other awesome features. I did have fun drawing out this car, and I'm pretty sure that you guys will have fun learning "how to draw the Batmobile step by step". I have to get outta here because there is much to do and too little time to do it all in. Meet me back here in a while for more drawing fun. Peace out guys!