I suggest you complete a fascinating lesson in which you can learn how to draw a motorcycle. This simple lesson consists of nine steps.
In this interesting lesson on drawing vehicles, I will tell you how to draw a motorcycle step by step. In order to complete this lesson well, you need to be able to draw smooth rounded and curved lines.
The motorcycle is a two-wheeled or three-wheeled vehicle with a mechanical engine, the main distinguishing features of which are: a vertical driver’s seat, the presence of side foot rests and direct control of the front swivel wheel.
By learning how to depict a motorcycle with this step-by-step instruction, you can use these skills to create other drawings. For example, you can depict a motorcycle in the background of a road, a cityscape, or as a standalone drawing object.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Motorcycle
- Draw the motorcycle seat.
To start drawing a motorcycle, depict two parts using curved lines.
- Add the front of the motorcycle.
On the left side and in the center of the previously drawn details, draw straight and curved lines.
- Depict the motorcycle exhaust pipe.
At the bottom of the motorcycle, draw the detail using a curved line.
- Sketch out the details in the central part of the motorcycle.
At this stage, draw two curved lines of different lengths, as shown.
- Add front shock absorber.
At the front of the motorcycle, draw some curved lines and an arc.
- Draw the motorcycle wheels.
Depict two circles at the front and back of the motorcycle and add circles inside them.
- Sketch out the wheel rims.
Inside the previously drawn wheels, add circles of smaller diameter.
- Add engine elements.
In the center of the motorcycle, draw two circles and one curved line.
- Color the drawing.
To color the motorcycle, use shades of red, gray, blue, and brown.
I remind you that you can download the PDF file that I have prepared especially for your convenience. This file contains a short version of this lesson and additional useful training materials. Download this file so as not to lose it and return to this lesson at any time convenient for you.
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