How To Draw Four Wheeler
Pencil in hand and imagination running wild, anyone can draw a four-wheeler in four simple steps. Drawing a four-wheeler doesn’t have to be a laborious process that takes hours upon hours to complete. Before you know it, you’ll be drawing four-wheelers like a pro.
The first step to drawing a four-wheeler is sketching out the basic shape of the vehicle. Start with a basic square, and add more detail around the edges. Focus on creating the classic four-wheeler shape, with the lower half shaped like an angled rectangle, and the upper half shaped like a curved triangle. Make sure the upper half is slightly narrower than the lower.
Next comes the details! A four-wheeler’s defining feature is, of course, its four wheels. Draw two circles on the lower half and two circles on the upper half of your drawing. If you want, you can get creative and draw different designs for the wheels. Remember, as long as you keep the basic shape of the four-wheeler and the four wheels, you can add your own individual style.
The third step is to draw the cockpit of the four-wheeler. Again, put your own unique spin on it! Do you want the cockpit to have a windscreen, or an open cockpit? From the cockpit, draw curved and angular lines to give the four-wheeler a more realistic look. Again, feel free to be creative.
Lastly, draw the headlights and any other additional details you feel like adding. Whether you decide to make your four-wheeler have one, two, or four headlights, use your imagination to make your drawing unique. Don’t be afraid to add decals and other features to your four-wheeler to really make it stand out.
Once you are done, erase any excess lines and go in with a darker pencil to draw out the details and make your four-wheeler look like it jumped off a page. Your four-wheeler should come to life, and if you have followed these steps correctly, it should be quite photorealistic. With patience and practice, soon you will be able to draw four-wheelers with ease!
Now that the basic four-wheeler is complete, it’s time to add colour! Using coloured pencils, markers, or paint, colour in the four-wheeler and make it your own. Choose from a range of colours to make the four-wheeler look exactly how you want it to. Here, you can be really creative and draw things like flames on the hood, stripes on the side, or anything else you can think of.
Next, you can use shadow and highlights to make your drawing look more realistic. Pay attention to the curves and indentations of the vehicle and use different shades to make the four-wheeler come to life. For example, you can draw light in the headlights and make a ‘hot spot’ on the windshield.
Finally, you’ve reached the final step – adding the background. If you want, you can leave it blank and let the four-wheeler stand alone. Alternatively, you can draw a backdrop to make your drawing more interesting. You can use any variety of backgrounds; a racetrack, a forest, a cityscape, anything that you think would make the four-wheeler more interesting.
Voila! Your four-wheeler drawing is now complete. Put on the finishing touches and be proud of the realistic four-wheeler drawing you have created! As you continue to practise and refine your skills, you will find yourself drawing four-wheelers with ease and confidence. You can also expand your four-wheeler drawings and draw three-wheelers, sports cars, and more! Drawing is a great way to express your ideas and creativity, and now you know how to draw a four-wheeler. Happy drawing!