In this tutorial on how to draw a car from the side for beginners, we took a modern popular Audi car as an example. You will need a pencil, clean paper, and an eraser to draw it.
Today’s lesson is about how to draw a car from the side for beginners. Most modern cars have similar construction. Therefore, having learned how to draw this everyday mass car, you can draw almost any other one whenever you want.
Time needed: 40 minutes.
How to draw a car from the side for beginners
- Draw the body.
First of all, sketch out the outlines of the vehicle’s body. Here you need both strict straight lines and smooth ones in the area roof of the car.
- Make the right form.
At this stage, outline the more regular form for the car. Draw the border for the front and rear bumpers. Then sketch out two wheel arches.
- Draw the windows.
Next, you should sketch out the side windows. Also, combine smooth and straight lines. Now draw the windshield of the vehicle. Also, depict the window in the back.
- Draw the doors.
In this step, you should outline two doors. Sketch the front door and then the back door. It’s simple.
- Draw some details.
Depict the Audi side mirror, like in our example. You also need to draw the handles on the front and rear doors.
- Draw the headlights.
At this stage, your task is to draw the front and rear headlights of the car. Also, don’t forget to add some decorative details on bumpers. Erase unnecessary lines with an eraser.
- Detail the body.
To give the car volume and more realism, you should add straight and smooth lines throughout the car body. Do not hurry. Be guided by our drawing from the instructions.
- Draw the wheels.
In this step, sketch even circles of different diameters. These will be the tires and rims of the car. Try to do it carefully.
- Detail the rims.
Mark center hub bore. Then outline the wheel mounting bolts. Next, draw the stylish rims. Take a look at our example. Just repeat the same.
- Finish the drawing.
Make the car side drawing in an attractive view. Erase unnecessary construction lines if they remain. Congratulations!