Hello, and welcome. Today we’re reviewing an exciting e-book that teaches the tricks of trade you will find handy when trying to draw vehicles that look realistic and life-like. Something like this:
This drawing wasn’t sketched in by me, in case you’re wondering. It’s a sample drawing from the author of this e-book on “How to draw cars“. It’s going for around $37 (a bit expensive, but remember this is supposed to be a book with real tricks of trade, actual pearls of drawing wisdom that you can take to your drawing board and make a killing drawing vehicles), it’s an instant download, and as you can see from the table of contents here, it certainly looks like a VERY useful tutorial.
I don’t know about you, but personally I’m very picky when it comes to art tutorials and art teachers in general. All it takes is watching a person draw for 1-2 minutes, and I can tell whether that person is a real draftsman or simply a… lowly teacher. As in “those can get it done, get it done… those who can’t get it done, teach how it’s done.
>>>> How to draw cars like a pro (ebook) at $37 here. <<<<
Well, not this guy. He really looks like a pro illustrator, and he obviously knows what he’s doing. Just check out this video to watch him in action, and you’ll get my meaning:
And as you may have noticed, the official website for “How to draw cars” like a pro can be found right here. There’s also a handy little freebie that you definitely have to check out, called “5 things you should avoid before putting pen to paper”. It’s free, no strings attached: just click here for a free pdf with this neat warm-up lesson.
I don’t even know whether this book is also available on print, but truth of the matter is that since the advent of the iPad I’m more of a e-book kind of guy. And this one. Just. Looks. Awesome. I’m feeling most inclined to purchasing it, and if so, I’ll make a follow up post with my drawings before and after getting the lowdown on “how to draw cars like a pro“!
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