|Uploaded:||January 7, 2010|
|Updated:||January 8, 2010|
How many of you have seen that shiny emblem on the mudflaps and grill guards on those mack trucks that you see flying on the highway? Well, believe it or not but, that very shiny silver emblem has a name, and that is what I will be giving you a lesson on today. I am going to show you "how to draw Trucker Girl, step by step". Trucker girl is a name that was given to the silver silhouette of a woman that sits quietly on the mudflaps, grill guards, and even seat covers of most truckers and their rigs. This sexy silhouette is also often called Mudflap Girl, Trucker Lady, and Seated Lady. But who designed and created such a concept that we see on big rigs across the world today? Well, it was a man by the name of Bill Zinda, and he created the female icon sometime back in the 1970's. He was based out of Long Beach, California and originally used the exotic female to promote a series of truck and car accessories. Like many creations of emblems, and logos, the inspiration for the sheik chick came from a very popular dancer back in the seventies named “Leta Laroe”. Nowadays you can see similar designs of the Mudflap Girl holding a book, or sitting back to back with another female. Not only can you see Trucker Girl on mudflaps, she is also on t-shirts, trucker hats, jackets, hats, jewelry, shoes, and much, much more stuff. I think you “guys” will like this tutorial on “how to draw Mudflap Girl, step by step”. Seeing how its only a silhouette, how hard can this lesson be right? Anyway, have fun and join me again for another fun filled drawing!