Previously, the team of Drawcarz.com showed you how to draw an old car and a classic car, and now we want to show you how to draw an old Chevy truck.
As we have said many times, the process of drawing all the trucks is about the same. And the instruction on how to draw an old Chevy truck will be no exception. There will be a number of distinctive features, which we will look at in more detail.
How to Draw an Old Chevy Truck
Let’s start the instruction on how to draw a Chevy Truck by depicting the basic outlines. Already at this stage, the body and the cargo section should be very clearly visible.
Use simple lines to depict the front and rear arch. In the same stage, depict the side visible parts of the front and rear bumpers.
In the upper part of the cab depict the visible part of the windshield and rear window. Draw the window frame between them with smooth lines.
Use simple straight lines to depict a single door located on this side of the body. In the same stage, depict the handle. To check the proportionality of the Chevy truck drawing, look at it through a mirror.
Use smooth and darker lines to correct the hood and depict the notch for the headlight. Draw a dividing line inside the window frame. In the same stage, depict decorative lines on the body.
Get rid of unnecessary construction lines with the help of an eraser. Inside the niche in the front part, depict the headlight with a convex headlight. In the same stage, depict a mirror and wheels.
Depict the lines of the bottom of the body inside the wheel arches. In the same stage, depict the old fashioned rims inside the wheels using a few lines.
To make your Chevy truck drawing more voluminous, you need to add shadows. Start with the darkest areas and gradually work towards the lighter ones. In the same stage, add highlights to the glass surfaces.
This was an instruction on how to draw an old Chevy Truck. If you want to learn how to draw other pickups, then go to our category called Trucks. There you will find a lot of very interesting instructions.
Nice. Whoever your artist is, my compliments.
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