So, let’s start with the main outlines of the carcass. Take a pencil and using very light, barely noticeable lines sketch out the angular body of our sports motorcycle.
Sketch out the handlebar, the lower part of the body and the wheels. In this step we also use very light lines, so that later it would be easier for us to erase them.
Starting with this step we will draw the details of the motorcycle, so use clear and dark lines. Carefully draw the handlebar, front panel and fork.
Continuing to use dark and clear lines draw out the seat and side panels on the body of the motorcycle. Please note that the details in this area are different on different motorcycle models.
We get down a little lower and draw details on the lower part of the motorcycle body. Draw out the engine slider, exhaust pipe and side panels as in our example.
Here we need to be very careful, since we need to draw the wheels, and they should be as round as possible. Also draw rims, front fender and brake discs.
And we on the last step of the lesson about how to draw a motorcycle. Using classic hatching add shadows to the least lit areas of our motorcycle drawing.
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