How To Step-by-step drawing for children 7 A Car Step By Step For Kids? They can not only imagine but also put that on paper through their creativity. Drawing and sketching are so innate in them that you hardly meet a child who does not like holding a color pencil.
One more common trait among a majority of kids is their love for cars. So, how about putting them both together? Then learn how to draw a car for kids. While most steps involve free hand drawing, your child can use a stencil or a ruler for lines and geometric shapes.
Every little boy is a race car driver. Little boys often indulge in imaginative car-racing games. Here is one such car drawing for kids, a race car, based on the Ferrari 333 model. An A4 sheet or drawing book, pencil, eraser, sharpener, stencil with different shapes, and a scale ruler. Take the scale ruler and draw a horizontal line on the paper. We will start the car bottom-up, which means we begin with the tires and take it from there. Draw two circles on the base line, a few centimeters apart as shown in the image.
Notice that the rear wheel is slightly bigger than the front wheel. This gives the car a slight inclination towards the front. Draw the rims of the wheels as seen in Figure 1. Extend this line from the front tire for the overhangs.
We will keep the overhangs short for this race car. Draw the rear overhang and complete the rest of the body as shown in the figure. Observe that the rear end is higher than the front end. Draw the windscreen in the front and a high airbox or engine air intake in the rear. You will draw just a small part of the wing. Draw a small splitter in the front by adding a small wedge to the front of the car. Continue adding details like the head light, the side air intake and the fuel cap on the engine cover.