|Uploaded:||June 1, 2009|
|Updated:||June 10, 2010|
Now that I have done my fill on the Marvel comic book villain Carnage, I will fill another request made by a member. This particular person wanted a tutorial on “how to draw a Camaro", step by step. The Camaro that I drew is a 2010 model that is now available for purchase. The Chevy Camaro has been rockin the sports car industry for decades. I myself remember when my mother owned a Camaro Z28 when I was five or so. And let me tell you, it was freakin fast as all hell. The new Camaro is fully equipped with a 6.2L engine that kicks out 426 horse power with a standard six-speed manual transmission engine. One of the nice things about the Chevy Camaro SS is that it comes with twenty inch silver painted aluminum rims. This particular model comes with a rear spoiler, four piston Brembo brakes, a Boston Acoustics sound system, leather seats, and it also comes with an automatic transmission if that is what you prefer. Me personally, I would want to drive a stick shift because they give a much better ride and they are more gas friendly. There is also a series of colors that the Chevy Camaro comes in with your choice of course. Those colors are; aqua blue metallic, inferno orange metallic, cyber grey metallic, black, white, imperial blue, rally yellow, silver ice metallic, red jewel tintcoat, and victory red. Now if you are the type of guy or girl that wants a bigger wheel rim, then you’re in luck. The 2010 Chevy Camaro can also come with a dealer installed twenty one inch aluminum rim with black colored accents. Pretty neat huh? The car also gets twenty five miles per highway gallons and it also comes with a V-shaped grill and a factory installed hemi to support the big sized engine. I know what you must be thinking, “a super charged car with so many extras must go for a fortune” right? Wrong, believe it or not the 2010 Chevy Camaro goes for only twenty three thousand forty dollars. The car kind of reminds me of a Mustang crossed with a Vett, you know the newer models. Did you know the very first Camaro was released and went on sale on September 29, 1966? It’s true, the Camaro made its debut in 1966 to compete against the Ford Mustang of the same year. Yes it is true that the Camaro is a pony car which means it was created from the inspiration of the Ford Mustang. Pony models were compact, highly styled, and priced to sell with a sporty flare. If you think about it, the Mustang is essentially responsible for a lot of the sport cars designs. Anyway this was a really fun lesson for me to draw because it was so challenging. I still have three more lessons to write out and submit but while you wait for those to be uploaded you should try out this tutorial on “how to draw a Chevy Camaro car step by step”. Until next time everyone, peace out!