The a-pillar needs a lot of work. So does the back door.
just a quick note, try designing the entire car then draw in both wheels one right after another to keep them in the same perspective. The rims and tires always take some work to get them to look like they belong. Whether your chopping or drawing it will come with some practice.- I like the front end lines diving off to the rockers- good concept
Ya know, It's gettin better. Def. better that some of your earlier work.
You're taking the right steps though, you keep drawing...and that's one of the most important things you can do to get better. Just keep glancing at other peoples work and real life pictures to get hints and whatnot on your own drawings, and try to go into a drawing with what you want to produce in mind. Thats a big thing for me. I don't know exactly what i'm looking for, and usually just end up getting frustrated and quit. (I've had some serious drawers block lately, that's why i havn't posted in awhile.)
So yeah, keep it up. You def. get better with each drawing. Don't be afraid to experiment, and post often for more constructive critisizm. Also, one last little hint, use a straight edge when needed and go over "shady" lines to pronounce them so it's not just vague sketchy lines.
Keep up the great progress!
1991 Pontiac Firebird (5.7)
1993 Chevy Caprice Classic Wagon (5.7)
1976 Cadillac DeVille (8.2)
1985 Yamaha QT50 Moped (.05)
Hasta la Victoria Siempre!
Reminds me more of the Citation than the Chevette.
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