how to draw a nascar race car
Step 1. How to Draw a NASCAR Race Car
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Uploaded: November 24, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Advanced  Advanced Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: June 7, 2010
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Well so far today I have submitted tutorials on how to draw a mushroom cloud, a Suzuki Katana, and a Mitsubishi Eclipse. For my forth tutorial of the day I will be showing you all "how to draw a race car", step by step. Now since I am not a humongous race car fan I had to go to my brother to ask him who the popular car and driver is and his response was “car number 48 which belongs to NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson who happens to be ranked number one in the NASCAR industry. I figured to myself “there are literally thousands upon thousands of drawing tutorials out there on the web, (even ones not from DragoArt), and from all my research I haven’t found one tutorial or drawing site that shows you how to draw one of these sports cars. So because of that I am giving you an awesome lesson on how to draw a cool looking race car. If there is anybody looking for this kind of drawing lesson, you will greatly appreciate it. Now, have you ever wondered what the word NASCAR stands for? Well it just so happens that I know what it means. The meaning behind those six capital letters stands for “National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing”. There are a total of three racing series sanctioned by NASCAR which are the Sprint Cup, the Nationwide Series and the Craftsman Truck Series. All three are the largest in the country of the United States. The sport started in the year of 1948 and the headquarters is located in Daytona Beach Florida. The sport has been admired by millions of people around the world. The car that you will be learning how to draw is car number 48 which belongs to Jimmi Johnson. He is a NASCAR driver who races down the track in a Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS stock car. This tutorial will show you "how to draw a race car", step by step. The instructions are easy to read and the steps are simple to follow. I will be back with more drawing fun so stay tuned.