How to Draw a Ferrari
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How to Draw a Ferrari

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A Ferrari car is one of the most luxurious cars in the world. You may not be able to own a Ferrari car but being able to draw it perfectly will absolutely make you feel satisfied. So, to start with, you need your drawing paper and pencil.

A Ferrari car is one of the most luxurious cars in the world. It has beautiful and unique design. The great engine, quality and appearance of this car make it very cool. It is one of the well-loved cars being drawn by many. The explicit design makes it very exciting and challenging to draw. There are people like me who love to draw the things that they loved and fascinated the most. You may not be able to own a Ferrari car but being able to draw it perfectly will absolutely make you feel satisfied. There are steps on how to draw a Ferrari. So, to start with, you need your drawing paper and pencil.

The very first step is to examine a photograph of a Ferrari car. Observe every details of the car. It is better if you have a picture with you while you draw.

Once you’ve done examining the Ferrari car, it is time to start the drawing process. Start with drawing a big oval in the center, then followed by a not so big oval on the left side overlapping the left half of the first oval. Then draw another oval, this time make it smaller than the second oval, on the right side overlapping the first oval. You will have three different sizes ovals. These three will represent the main parts of the car. The big oval in the center will be the cabin, the second oval on the left will be the hood and the third oval on the right will be back end of the Ferrari car.Image

The second step is how to draw the wheels. You will have to draw two more ovals for the wheels. Observe that the rear oval is smaller than the front oval; this is to define that angle of the car. In this step, you will also define the frame of the car; you can do this using the ovals from the previous step. And draw the headlights; use shapes that look like headlights. Image

The third step is to draw the windshield and rear view mirrors. Since there is no exact name for these shapes, you will need your Ferrari picture to copy the shapes for these parts. Or else, look for the illustration below to see how I did the rear view mirrors and windshield, plus the license plate. License is really simple, a small rectangle will do. It is also the step to add the wells and spoiler. A simple curve, irregular rectangle, and half pie shapes will be use mostly for these parts. In these step you must have completely accomplish the appearance of the Ferrari car. Image

The last step is the final furnish. You will now do some finishing of details and add some shading and color to your drawing. And you are finish. See the illustration below to see my finish drawn Ferrari car. The shading part is very important; it will determine the look of your final piece. Image

These are simple and easy to follow steps on how to draw a Ferrari car. I hope it will help you in your drawing. It may look difficult at first but once you started it everything will just put into place. Don’t be frustrated if your first drawing is not so good; just keep on practicing to perfect it. Always remember to put your heart into it.




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