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Ferrari, just the name gets me excited! Drawing Ferraris is something I have done since many years back and I never get tired of it. For me drawing a Ferrari is like physically experiencing the car as if it was right there in front of me. I learn more about the lines of the car and see lines that I would normally not notice when just seeing a picture of a Ferrari.
My favorite Ferrari to draw is probably the Enzo or the 250 GTO, both very different cars from different eras.
Doing a Ferrari Enzo drawing is always exciting, because this car is so extreme and looks like no other. And because of the sharp edges it makes it a very challenging car to draw.
While a Ferrari 250 GTO drawing is very hard to draw correctly because of the beautiful curves this car has. Then again the reward of pulling it off is totally worth the frustrating hours getting those lines right!
A Ferrari F40 drawing is also very special to do, this car is so raw and its always a challenge to get that rawness to come alive in the drawing.
My best advise on how to improve your car drawings is simply to spend more time on them. For example if you are not fully satisfied with the front lights, donít just continue with the drawing and hoping that the lights will get better by some magical touch! No, look at the lights and donít give up on them until you are fully satisfied with them, then move on to the next part of the car drawing.
If you love Ferrari you should get your favorite pencil and sit down with a clean sheet of paper and just relax and start sketching your favorite Ferrari. Donít give up to quickly, just focus on the general shape of the outward lines of the car and you will soon see how the sketch is becoming better. Remember patience is the key to success when drawing a Ferrari.
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