In this easy drawing tutorial, you will learn how to draw an Audi R8 Spyder! This is a cool guide for beginners and all drawing lovers.
We present to you another lesson on cars from Audi, this time you will go through a guide on how to draw an Audi R8 Spyder in step-by-step easy instructions. If you want to see other instructions for other Audi models, you can see them directly by the tag.
Audi R8 is primarily a sports car with cool powerful characteristics. They are also four-wheel drive vehicles that handle very well. In our variation you see the Audi R8 Spyder roadster, which by the way first appeared on the set of the Marvel Studios movie – Iron Man! These cars have very powerful engines with 500-600 horsepower motors. Can you imagine how powerful it is?
Let’s get you started drawing this super cool sports car that will look so cool on your sheet of paper. Happy drawing, friends!
Time needed: 33 minutes.
How to Draw an Audi R8 Spyder
- The outline of the body of the Audi P8.
First of all, let’s start by drawing the outline of the Audi R8 Spyder! Please note that the car has an open roof in the form of a convertible. You have to put it on paper.
- Draw the first details.
Draw the outlines of the headlights on the front of the car, the window line, and circles from the wheels of the Audi R8.
- Draw the door of the Audi R8.
To draw the door – you just need to draw the line shown in the example. After that finish the rest of the lines of the wheels of the car. Also, don’t forget to draw the side mirrors.
- Rims circles.
Draw another circle inside the wheel, which is smaller than the first. This will be the place where you illustrate the Audi R8 rims.
- Front of the Audi R8 and parts.
It was the turn of the front of the Audi. Draw everything shown in the example. You can draw the license plate in the form that is in your country, for example, in the form of a square.
Add details for the side and headlights to make your sketch more realistic.
- Depict Audi R8 Spyder rims.
Wow, how cool these rims look on this car! Try to illustrate them in your sketch in the same way, because attention to detail will make the final version even cooler.
- The finishing step!
Color the art if you feel like it. Use the coloring tools at your fingertips. For example, colored pencils or felt-tip pens. If you don’t want to paint, then hatch the sketch as in the example, or just add shadows.