How to Draw
A Cartoon Motorcycle

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This easy tutorial will help you learn to draw a cartoon motorcycle! These fast machine are highly appreciated by their drivers but necessarily by car drivers! 

They can reach some really high speed in a matter of seconds! Let's try to draw one motorcycle in this seven steps tutorial using some very basic shapes... and a little bit of practice!

Step 1

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

First, draw two circles to create the tires. The distance between both shapes should be around one and a half of their original sizes.

Step 2

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

Next, add some rectangles to create the body of your motorcycle. Study carefully the image above to make sure your drawing is accurate and well-proportioned.

Step 3

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

Then, add a circle to illustrate the gas tank. You can also add two more rectangles to form the dashboard.

Step 4

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

Now let's refine our drawing! Work on the wheels and add a disk break and the rim.

Step 5

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

When you are finished, work on the body of your motorcycle. Don't forget to sketch the rear suspension, the tail light and the seat!

Step 6

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

Finally, work on the gas tank and the dashboard! You can also draw a small rectangle to create the front suspension.

Step 7

How to Draw A Cartoon Motorcycle

Add some colors and you are done! A nice and easy illustration of a motorcycle! Notice that even if the engine is not filled with details, the motorcycle is still recognizable and very enjoyable to the eyes! You are also invited to draw a cool bicycle using a simple tutorial made from basic elements. Enjoy! :)


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