How to Draw a Ferrari f40
The team of Drawingforall.net loves everything related to art and fast cars, and therefore we created a bunch of different lessons on how to draw supercars and hypercars. We especially love Lamborghini and Ferrari, and have repeatedly published lessons about different models of these beautiful and powerful automobiles. And in continuation of these lessons today, we will show you how to draw a Ferrari f40.
To properly draw a Ferrari, first we outline its contours. Since the current car is a supercar, it should have very flat and wide contours.
Now we create square headlights and a narrow radiator grille. Next, depict the window frame and wheels, which look like uniform ovals.
Add two more square headlights. Next, outline the mirrors and the outlines of the windows and the wide sports door. Depict arches and rear spoiler. Give volume to the wheels.
Starting from this stage, we will trace everything that was previously sketched in the form of a loose sketch. Start with the nose of your Ferrari f40 drawing by tracing it, adding the necessary details and removing unnecessary guidelines.
Now let’s work with the top and spoiler of the Ferrari f40 drawing. Trace this part with clear and dark lines and remove all unnecessary auxiliary guidelines.
Trace all parts on the side part of the Ferrari f40 and add characteristic air intakes. Remove any remaining unnecessary guidelines from the f40 body.
Trace the wheels to make them crisp, smooth and dark. Next, draw the classic rims and remove any remaining unnecessary guidelines from the Ferrari f40 drawing.
Shadows and highlights will make your Ferrari F40 drawing more voluminous, deep and solid. Add shadows in areas indicated by the artists of Drawingforall.net.
We tried very hard to make the instruction on how to draw a Ferrari f40 simple and accessible. Ferrari F40 has already become a classic supercar, and its forms have become a kind of canon for many modern supercars.
this is a good tutorial
great looks dope, whens the new one coming
Soon we will begin the cycle of new tutorials.
Very good indeed!
Nice nice nice very nice
Thanks for the great tutorial! I’m gonna use this on my dads birthday card!
Wow! Helped impress my drawing teacher!