How to Draw a Truck Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Car Drawing tutorial for Beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Like any of our articles, this art tutorial on how to draw a pickup starts with simple geometric shapes. In this case, we start with the shapes, drawing them with very light lines.
Now add the most important details, among them will be the large headlights and powerful grille at the front of the pickup. And on the side, creating angular arches and a rather tall window.
We continue to build the pickup sketch, or rather create the original truck sketch. Add round wheels and a visible part of the suspension using easily erased lines.
So, the initial sketch of the truck is ready, and now we need to go into details. Traditionally we’ll start with the pick-up’s powerful nose and track grille and angled headlights.
The fifth stage will probably be the easiest tutorial on how to draw a pickup. The use of dark lines makes the front wheel arches and the hood large and strong. Remove unnecessary instructions from the front of the car.
This step is going to be much more difficult, because here we will need to draw a cab of the pickup. Use bold and clear lines similar to the Drawingforall.net artists did in the image below.
In this step we will finish creating the truck’s body. Use clear lines, which darken the truck’s cargo part, rear wheel arches and rear bumper.
Be especially careful when you create wheels on your truck drawings. They should be as clear and symmetrical as possible. Describe the rings and remove all remaining guides.
And the final touches will give your pickup drawing a solid feel and more depth. Using the hatch feature, add shadows and highlights in the areas shown below.
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