Car Drawings

How to Get Into Car Design School

On March 5, 2017, in Car Drawings, Car Stuff, by admin

What does it take to get into car design or automotive/transportation design school? In this video I’ll talk about 4 things you should focus on right now. Those 4 things are: 1. Build a strong portfolio: Get rid of your sports car concepts and focus on problem-solving designs! 2. Do your research: Know about the […]

How to Draw Car Interiors (The Basics)

On February 29, 2016, in Car Drawings, by admin

New video for you: How to draw car interiors. The first of many this will just give you a quick idea of how to think about interiors and where the basic clusters are. Straight up simple stuff- stay tuned for more.

Using Metal Scraps to Create Awesome Car Drawing Textures

On January 13, 2016, in Car Drawings, VLOG, by admin

In today’s VLOG I’ll show you how to put a textured metal scrap under your paper and then pencil over it to create a slick grille effect. Perfect if you’re drawing cars and looking to add a subtle effect into an intake or grille. Have a look:

Contest! Win Some Car Design Art Supplies

On December 29, 2015, in Car Drawings, Car Stuff, by admin

I’m having a contest. That’s right, a full-on, internet-enabled, contest where the winner is literally mailed a goodie bag of awesome things. Instead of rambling on with written prose just watch me explain it here: You in? If so just scoot on over to my Facebook page and post your pic. Deadline is January 20th, […]

How to Draw Flames (For Cars)

On February 7, 2013, in Car Drawings, Car Stuff, by admin

If you’ve watched my “How to Draw Flames” videos (see below) then you probably want to sit down and start practicing.  So go ahead and get some paper and just start but if you want some practice sheets that you can look at, trace or just glue to your bathroom mirror then please download these […]

Ipad Car Design Sketch

On March 25, 2012, in Car Drawings, by admin

Used a friend’s ipad to sketch this car in about 5 minutes.  Very cool. App is called Autodesk Sketchbook.  Picked it up fast, very cool – here’s a sample, just messing around with it.