|Uploaded:||December 5, 2009|
|Updated:||June 10, 2010|
Well, that will do it for today with the animals. I want to now submit a lesson on another car that I do not have in my sports car collection of tutorials. As you know, I like drawing some of the more popular or well recognized vehicles for lessons. I know I have a bunch of drawing on some pretty cool cars and some of them look better than others. You can definitely see the growth my art work skills have taken over the past three years since this site has been up and running. For a week now I have been fascinated with a certain car and I think you guys know why. It is a brand name that comes straight from German manufacturers, and they are luxury and upper end cars that you see a lot of lawyers, doctors, or actors drive. Or basically anybody with a ton of money. I want to show you guys "how to draw a Mercedes-Benz”. Mercedes-Benz has been making luxury cars, buses, coaches, and trucks since 1926. What makes this brand name car so darn popular? Well, maybe it's because this luxury car company has maintained a “quality control” standard as well as an excellent level of durability. The Mercedes-Benz has improved over the years so much, that it went from being a middle rated car, to being a car that falls in the top five of “most luxurious cars on the market”. Drawing cars step by step is a great way to get your creative juices flowing because you can color, design, add, or basically modify anything you want a particular model of car to have. For instance, cars like the Mustang or Corvette, maybe you always wanted to see what a certain spoiler would look like on the back end of the vehicle, or maybe you would like add some decals that these particular cars don't have an option for at the point of purchase. Since Mercedes-Benz has such a high level of quality that goes into the building of every car they make, they are prone to last longer than most luxury cars that can also be found on the market today. The new 2010 Mercedes-Benz models start at around forty nine thousand dollars for the E-Class Sedans, and close to sixty thousand dollars for their new 2010 E-Class Coupes. The car that you will be drawing is that of a E-Class Sedan. I think this vehicle is beautiful, and one day in the future hopefully I can buy one of these awesome luxury cars. Anyways, that is all I have to say about this tutorial description on “how to draw a Mercedes-Benz”. Be sure to join me again with another fun filled lesson that will be coming your way shortly. Peace out people!