How To Draw A Jurassic Park Explorer Vehicle

Learn How to draw A Jurassic Park Explorer Vehicle Quickly & Easily!

Drawing a car can be quite a tricky task, but if you follow all of our instructions and use the video as your guide, everything will be fine. This how to draw a Jurassic Park explorer vehicle tutorial starts with us creating some guidelines. They’re actually not that complicated but you’ll still need to keep the proportions right.

Start at the bottom left corner with a straight line for the front bumper (00 min 35 sec). The rest is pretty intuitive and looks more like a 3D rectangular shape than a car. Yet, it’s very important to do this before moving on to the next stage of this how to draw a Jurassic Park explorer vehicle manual. Once you’re done with the rough sketch, we can leave the pencil behind and use a marker instead.

The front lights come first (02 min 24 sec). Connect them with the lower part of the bumper by using the rough sketch as a guide. If everything looks good up front, move on to the wheels (05 min 21 sec). Again, let the guides help you get the size, the shape, and the position right. Obviously, both wheels look identical, except that the one in the back is a bit smaller (at least that’s how it looks).

After you connect them to each other, move on to the body of the car – the easiest stage of this how to draw a Jurassic Park explorer vehicle manual. (07 min 15 sec). Basically, you’ll have to follow the rough sketch and make the lines a bit smoother. The side mirror is a simple yet important part of the drawing (08 min 05 sec).

Don’t forget about the headlights on top of the car (08 min 53 sec). Once that’s in place, you’ll be almost done. The final stage includes adding those trademark stripes all over the car and writing “Jurassic Park” on the door (09 min 55 sec).

Before you learn how to draw A Jurassic Park Explorer Vehicle, did you know?

This is one of those iconic movie series that will always have a place in our hearts and minds. The first movie came out more than 2 decades ago, but even the modern-day generations love it. And this car is a great symbol of the Jurassic Park.

Some Things To Keep In Mind…

These tutorials are only here to guide you. Your drawing does not need to look "identical" to mine.

Start with rough but light pencil strokes that you can work into the shapes you want.

Once you have your rough drawing completed, go over it in a darker stroke for your final drawing.

Add shading and/or color to complete if desired.

Using this technique you will be able to draw anything after some practice... even without following step-by-step tutorials.

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