The Bentley Continental GT is a two-door, four-seat luxury coupe manufactured by Bentley Motors. And in this step-by-step drawing guide, we will show how to draw a Bentley Continental GT.
How to Draw a Bentley Continental GT
The body of the Bentley Continental looks very characteristic of the coupe, so in this first steps, it makes it related to other luxury coupes, such as the Mercedes S Coupe and BMW 8 series. Depict the body in the form of a loose sketch.
The distinctive features of cars with coupe bodies are also large and powerful wheels, aggressive lights, and a narrow window line. Depict all these details using very light and loose lines.
The rims of the coupe cars are almost always big and cool. In addition, an obvious feature is the presence of only one door on each side. Arches should also be very large, sketch them as in our picture.
To make your Bentley Continental more natural and beautiful, you need to circle our luxury car starting from its front. Try to repeat everything as we did in the figure below.
As mentioned above, the roof of our Bentley has a very flat and sloping roof. We will circle this detail as well as the windowы as we did in our drawing.
Now we need to circle the back part, it should be brutal and stylish. We form the bumper and fairly small oval tail lamp as well as the rear arch.
The side of our Bentley Continental looks very intricate and difficult. Here we need to circle the door and depict a handle. You also need to create an air intake and a long molding.
The rims will give your car a finished look. First trace the tires, creating a perfect circle, and then depict the rims as we did in the image below.
At the end of the guide on how to draw a Bentley Continental GT, we have to draw shadows and highlights. Apply them in the areas where we did it.
Before Bentayga, the Bentley Continental GT was the only valuable asset of the brand. Since its launch, the car was sold in seven tens of thousands of copies, was desirable on both sides of the ocean, had almost no competitors, and alone covered the costs of maintaining the brand’s aristocratic “heritage”.