|Uploaded:||August 25, 2009|
|Updated:||August 25, 2009|
There is so many cars and SUV’s out there that are freakin awesome and I love drawing the ones that are all about luxury. One of my favorite SUV’s is the Ford Explorer. I love these trucks because they are simple and stylish and can be very comfortable and they drive like a dream. The truck that I want to get for myself is either a 1999 or 2002 Ford Explorer that has an eight cylinder and a 5.0 engine. Even with that said, this is not the vehicle that I will be showing you how to draw right now. Instead I am going to teach you “how to draw a Lincoln Navigator" step by step. The Navigator is manufactured by the Ford Motor Company and it’s first release was in 1997 with the 1998 model. These models that were made in the nineties are considered to be the first generation Navigators. They were built to compete with Fords other SUV model the Ford Expedition. The Lincoln Navigator provided style, luxury, comfortability, and it was also Lincoln's first SUV truck. Their starting selling price for a standard factory edition was around forty seven thousand dollars. The Navigator seats eight people with lots of room to move around and relax for the ultimate ride. The reason why Ford decided to manufacture this particular model from the Lincoln line is because they saw a high market with Hollywood stars that liked to modify their vehicles to their liking. Although the Navigator looked a lot like the Expedition, there was noticeable differences like the standard leather seating, wood grain inserts, unique styled headlights and taillights, a clean chrome cascading style front grille, and other special features that the Expedition did not have. Later in the following years Cadillac came out with the Escalade, and GMC came out with the Denali to compete with the luxury Lincoln SUV model. The second generation Navigators now have more style, luxury and class. The one that I drew is the 2007 model and I know that this vehicle will be a big tutorial hit. I have to go because there is a lot more work for me to do. I hope you have fun with this lesson on “how to draw a Lincoln Navigator step by step”. Peace out gang and happy drawing.