In this drawing lesson, you will be able to learn how to draw a tank truck step by step. This useful lesson consists of nine steps.
I have prepared for you a fascinating and very useful drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw a tank truck step by step.
The ability to draw vehicles will definitely come in handy in the future as you will be able to depict many of your paintings using these skills.
A tank vehicle is a vehicle equipped with a tank located at its rear. Cars of this type are designed for the transportation and temporary storage of various liquids, bulk cargo or liquefied gases. Usually the tank, located at the rear of this kind of car, looks like a long cylinder.
In this tutorial, you will first draw the cab and bottom of the tank car, then add its tanker. To make your drawing more perfect, you can use a ruler to complete some of its steps.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Tank Truck
- Draw the cockpit of the truck.
Depict two straight, perpendicular lines and also add one curved line.
- Add the window, door handle and headlight.
To complete this step, draw a small rectangle as well as some curved lines.
- Depict the back of the truck.
Add horizontal and vertical lines of different lengths, add a shape similar to a rectangle.
- Sketch out the outline of the tank.
Draw two arcs, one straight horizontal line, and a thin straight line and a curved line.
- Add the wheels of the tank truck.
At the bottom of the truck, add three wheels using large and small diameter circles.
- Draw elements of the tank.
At the top of the cistern, draw two shapes that look like rectangles without bottom edges.
- Add details.
Depict some straight and curved lines as shown.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove any unnecessary guidelines.
- Color the drawing.
Use orange, burgundy, gray, and shades of blue to color the tank truck.
Don’t forget to download the PDF file, which contains a short version of this lesson, as well as additional practice materials to help you complete it.
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