Supercar is a conventional subclass of a wide class of sports cars, the first models of which appeared in the 20s of the 20th century. Supercars (including hypercars) are cars (you can say the best cars in the world) with really impressive performance, with an exclusive level of equipment and, of course, a corresponding cost. So let’s dive down into the process of learning how to draw a supercar.
All supercars (as well as sports cars) are distinguished by the maximum aerodynamic body. Depict this aerodynamic body, which in our example is presented in the form of a Lamborghini.
Depicture the integral parts of the body – flat windows and huge wheels that are the hallmarks of any supercar. Finish the step by drawing the mirrors, front and rear lights.
Details – the most important thing in the drawing. In the third step of this instruction on how to draw a supercar, we will depicture the bumper, headlights and hood.
Circle the sloping roof and narrow windows that look more like a long slot. Draw the mirror air intake at the back of the window.
Draw the details of a powerful rear, including the bumper and exhaust pipes. You should make the back of the supercar aggressive and powerful.
Since the supercars are mostly two-door, we will draw one door on this side. It should be long and angular. We complete the exterior of the body by drawing a handle and air intake.
As it was said in the second step – big and powerful tires are the distinguishing feature of any sports car. In this very step, we will circle these wheels and draw multi-spoke rims.
Shadows drawn with hatching will make your sports car more realistic. If you want to make your car even more real, then add a few more layers of shading, trying to make the shadows the most soft and smooth.
As mentioned at the very beginning of this guide, the term supercar was first used in the automotive industry in the 20s of the last century, however, it became fully established only after the 1960s, when there was a real design boom, and civilian cars began to be equipped with more and more racing cars. technologies. But the hypercars, characterized by excessively high rates of power and speed, appeared much later – their history is taken from 1993, after entering the McLaren F1 market, which will be discussed in one of our next drawing instructions.
At the end of the guide are a couple of tips and tricks that will help make your supercar drawing a little more interesting:
- Try to make the rims bigger and the sidewalls of the tires narrow — this will give your supercar a more sporty and aggressive look;
- As we have said, aerodynamics, along with the engine is a decisive factor for any supercar, so try to make your supercar more streamlined and smooth;
- In addition to the details from this example, you can also draw a spoiler and add more air intakes to give your supercar a more “pumped” look.