|Uploaded:||February 26, 2009|
|Updated:||April 20, 2010|
The first two lessons of the day are wicked cool aren’t they? Let’s do a quick recap on what I have submitted so far shall we? For the first lesson I showed you kiddies how to draw a bulldog cartoon tattoo, and for the second, I submitted a lesson on how to draw a cartoon beaver. For my third lesson of the day I will be showing you "how to draw a Dodge Viper", step by step. Now this vehicle is probably one of the most popular sports cars sitting on the lot today. The starting price for these cars starts at ninety one thousand and change. If you’re lucky you can find one on sale for seventy thousand or so. What makes this car so spectacular is the speed, and the engine size. Even if you are a lover of only Fords, you are sure to be impressed with the Dodge Viper. The motor specs on this speedy sports car will raise eyebrows once read. It has a total of ten cylinders on an 8.4-liter motor, (that is four more than a normal sports car). It also has an aluminum block that gets 600 HP at 6,000 rpm with 560 pounds of torque at 5100 rpm. The Dodge Viper is also manufactured with a six speed manual transmission and is able to go from 0-60 in less than four seconds. The spark plugs in this car are platinum tipped which is pretty impressive and though amazing, you would have to make sure that you have a steady flow of income coming in if you plan to be an owner of the Dodge Viper due to the cost of replacement parts once the warranty wears out. The Viper comes in many different shades including viper red, viper bright blue pearl, viper bright white, graphite metallic, anaconda green pearl, viper bright orange pearl, and my personal favorite venom red metallic. All the specs of the Dodge Viper can be read on Dodges website. This tutorial however, will show you how to draw a Dodge Viper car step by step. I know you will have an awesome time learning how to draw this venomous car because I did when I was sketching it out. I used a reference picture that I found online to make this lesson a whole lot exciting. I will return tomorrow with more drawing fun so stay tuned kiddies and be sure to stop in again.