Outline the wheels on the left side of the car. Do this by drawing two half circles on the lower portion of the car’s body.
Draw another curved line on top of the first to create an enclosed shape.
Draw a short curved line downwards from where the original lines connect. On the other side, draw a longer, more rounded curved line from the corresponding point.
Enclose the shape by drawing a long, curved line. This will form the car’s body.
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Draw the hubcaps by placing a smaller circle within each wheel.
You can draw some exhaust fumes near the rear of your car. As usual, look at the drawing to have a better idea of how to draw it.
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Draw the windows. Draw two curved lines to enclose two rounded rectangular shapes within the car’s top.
Pencils (sharpener optional) Eraser just in case A marker or dark pen that doesn’t go through the paper or smear easily Paper (no thin paper, but you can use thick paper)
Draw the car windows. Look at the picture to see how to draw the shapes of the windows.
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Draw a short, horizontal curved line where the top of the car meets the body.
It wasn’t long before cartoonists were personifying cars and other vehicles by giving them eyes, mouths, and personalities of their own. This type of image has become increasingly popular since the release of Disney’s feature film Cars in 2006.
The car can be as big or small as you would like, or whatever best suits the project.
Add the headlights and bumper near the front of the car. Look at the image for a better idea of how to draw all the details and shapes. You can draw it with your marker/pen or first lightly with pencil, then trace over.
Draw a rectangle lightly with your pencil. This will be the body of the car.
Within each eye circle, draw two more circles. Shade the innermost circle. Draw two curved lines within the mouth, one on top and one on the bottom. Shade between these lines.
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Draw two small circles on the bottom of the rectangle lightly. These will be the wheels. You can add some details inside the circle to make it look more wheel-like, too. Also draw a curved, semi-circle like line above the two wheels for a better car-like look.
After that, trace over the entire cartoon car outline you have drawn so far with a marker or dark pen.
All you will need to draw a cartoon car is a piece of paper and a pencil, pen, or marker. You may also want to have some crayons, colored pencils, or markers handy to color your finished drawing.
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Draw the front bumper. Begin with a curved line just inside the body of the car, and use a second curved line to produce a rounded rectangular shape.
Now, you can give the car a face. Draw another, smaller circle within each headlight circle. The headlights will serve as the eyes. Draw a mouth between the eyes using two “U” shaped curved lines.
Make sure to have a good, sharpened pencil. You can keep a few other pencils near in case the pencil you’re using breaks. Before starting, you should test out your pen/marker on a piece of scrap paper to see if it works.
You should also test out your pencil to see if the lead is strong, and your eraser to see if it will leave a dark mark on your paper or not. Make sure when you’re following the first three steps that you draw with pencil to make your lines light.
Doing this is appropriate because you can erase it easily without having any marks left over.
Give the tires some dimensions. Do this by drawing a curved line to the right of each tire. This produces a three dimensional effect. Also, draw the rear bumper using a short, curved line.
Draw the wheels. Draw two complete circles on the left side of the car. For the far wheel, draw a half-circle beneath the car’s front.
Draw a small curve on the window, so it looks real. Draw a dot in the middle with small lines connecting it to the larger circle.
Draw a smaller circle within each circle. Add depth to the bumper using a long, horizontal curved line and a short, vertical curved line.
Add detail to the body of the car. Draw two curved lines extending from the front windshield to outline the hood. Draw two more curved lines extending downward from the left window to outline the door, and draw a teardrop shape for the door handle. Draw curves around each of the wheels.
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Draw a trapezoid on top of the rectangle, again lightly with pencil. The trapezoid should be slightly smaller.
Just draw a person’s head and hands in the driver’s seat. It would be okay to not to do the steering wheel and the hands.
As you follow the step-by-step drawing guide, you will notice that each step is accompanied by an illustration. In the picture, new lines added in that step are highlighted in blue. Sketch lightly at first, as you will likely need to erase some of your early lines before you finish the drawing.
Draw a small exterior mirror. This step is optional since it is so little, but it is still an important step to drawing a car if you want it to be detailed and realistic.
Add details to the windows by drawing two curved, parallel lines across each. When complete, this will look like reflections on the windows.
It will just show up better darker, but a pencil would be fine.
Erase guide lines from the wheels and from where the bottom and top of the car meet.
It’s time to put the pedal to the medal and draw a cartoon car. Gentlemen, start your engines…ready, set, go!
The modern automobile was invented in the late 1800s. Ever since, the car has been a beloved part of our technological culture.
Need to draw a cartoon car for a home-made card, for a wall painting, or just for fun? Follow this step-by-step tutorial to find out how to to draw a cartoon car. Make minor edits, like change the color of the markers, to make the car your own masterpiece!