This easy tutorial will help you learn to draw a cartoon taxi! Of course, if you already know how to draw a cartoon car, then this tutorial should not be too difficult for you.
However, if you do have trouble drawing a nice looking vehicle like an automobile, then this is your chance to practice and get better at it! So just grab a pencil and let's get started!
First, draw a large rectangle to create the front of the car. Then, draw two small circles to form the headlights. When you are done, sketch another large rectangle to illustrate the bumper. Finally, draw a rectangle to create the grilles.
Our vehicle is drawn with a perspective. Draw two rectangles to form the hood and the side of the car. Then, add a circle to illustrate the top of the car.
When you are finished, work on the outline of your vehicle to make it more accurate and realistic.
You can now refine the side of your vehicle. Just add a small window on the side and draw a small line for the trunk.
In order to make your taxi rolling and pick up clients, you also need to sketch some wheels. Make sure that your wheels have some depth since we are still drawing a vehicle with a perspective and an angle.
For this last step, just add details like the taxi sign, the door and some reflections on the front window.
A taxi should always be yellow. At least that's the way they are often portrayed in movies (the one staged in New York, at least!). I hope you had fun drawing this simple vehicle and remember to keep practicing!
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