|Uploaded:||January 10, 2008|
|Updated:||October 23, 2009|
Brum! Brum! Look out here comes one of them loud motorcycles. That noise just goes right through you when those motor bikes go by, and I’m just talking about a regular Harley. I will show you "how to draw a motorcycle step by step". A Chopper on the other hand has one of the loudest revving sounds I’ve ever heard. Don’t get me wrong choppers are definitely beautiful mean machines, but please stop already with the extra loud noise. Did you ever wonder why exactly these bikes are called choppers? Well let me try and answer that question, because at one time I asked the same thing last summer to a gentleman that was parked on the side of me with his own chopper. A chopper is nothing more then a regular bike that has been tweaked with some modifications. Put it this way, take a Harley, now remove the front fender, those huge headlights, big seats, crash bars, and all those unnecessary parts of the bike you don’t need, another words your chopping the bike up to suit you. Cyclists began tweaking the front end of the bike to make the handle bars further apart from them just because it looked cool. They also raised the handle bars by replacing them with ape hangers. In this tutorial I show you how to draw a chopper/motorcycle with easy steps and instructions. When you learn to draw motorcycles, it can sometimes be tricky because of all the mechanical detail they have. I’m a novice when it comes to drawing with Photoshop. I drew the chopper from scratch with this program, and because I use a tablet it can get tricky, but I’m getting better the more I use it. I hope this tutorial will be helpful for you so you can finally draw your own chopper.