Now I will show you how to draw a garbage truck. In this lesson, you will acquire useful skills that will be useful to you in the future.
I suggest you complete a fascinating lesson on the topic of special vehicles, and now you will learn how to draw a garbage truck step by step. This is a large truck that is designed to load and transport various waste.
In the process of work, try to correctly depict the shape of the body and other elements. Observe all proportions so that your drawing is as similar as possible to my example. You can use the acquired skills to draw other large trucks.
Now prepare all the art supplies you need to complete the lesson and begin to follow the steps in this instruction sequentially.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Garbage Truck
- Draw the platform and cab outline.
Depict a straight horizontal line and use a few straight lines to represent the cabin.
- Add the cabin elements.
Draw the window on the door in the form of a quadrilateral. Add the doorknob and headlights.
- Depict the wheels.
Draw one front wheel and two rear wheels using several circles.
- Sketch out the bottom of the body of the car.
In front, draw the bumper and use a horizontal line to represent the platform.
- Draw the remaining structural elements.
Add elements located behind the driver’s cab and add the lift compartment.
- Depict the body of the car.
Draw the main part of the body with straight lines. Add some cross lines.
- Detail the lift compartment.
On the lift compartment, draw a few quadrilaterals of different shapes.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Take the eraser and carefully remove all the extra lines in your drawing. Correct the mistakes.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, you will need different shades of green and gray.
The garbage truck is ready! If you have any questions, you can write about it in the comments. Also, you can offer your ideas for the next drawing lessons. By tradition, I prepared a PDF file for you in advance, which contains a simplified version of this step-by-step guide. Rather, download the file and draw at any convenient time, regardless of the Internet connection.