How to Draw Lamborghini Logo easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Logo Drawing Tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
First, let’s sketch the outlines of the logo to look like a shield. Sketch the outlines of the logo and then depict the inner ones, which are exactly the same as the outer borders. It is very important that the logo is as balanced as possible. To check this, look at it in the mirror.
In the above section, depicting two slight curves helps us write the words “Lamborghini”. Next, describe the contour of the bulls, as shown in our example. The bull’s line does not have to be perfect at this stage. Here we just outline its main body parts and their placement on the logo.
Using the two curves from the previous stage, draw the letters of the Lamborghini logo. Again, to check for symmetry and uniformity of the letters, you can look at them in the mirror or flip the drawing 180 degrees. Now move on to the bull, sketching out the contours of the horns, eyes, nose and hooves as shown in our example.
Using clear and dark lines will create the frame of the logo, letter, and bull. Add all the necessary details, such as the bun on the tail, the tendons and muscles on the bull’s back. With the help of eraser, remove all unnecessary building lines from the Lamborghini logo drawing. Outlines of the drawing should be clean and sharp.
Now let’s add some volume to the Lamborghini notation drawing. With the help of hatching, draw the shadow on the bull and the corners of the logo. Once you’ve finished your drawing, you can mark it with ink or lead and paint it with the Lamborghini logo colors, i.e. black and gold.
That is the instructions on how to draw the Lamborghini logo. As you can see, we don’t just draw cars now, but also car brands. This is our first logo and in the future, the logos of all the famous car manufacturers will appear on drawforall.net, so please visit the “Cars” category on their website regularly. I don’t miss a lesson on this topic.