thank you. i start differently every time. that depends on perspective and what kind of car i am going to do. mostly i start with the shoulderline or the complete outline, then define more and go on with the wheels.
thanks man, for cars i would start with easier perspectives, such as the bottom two. there it's more like a sideview but u still can see a bit of the front or back of the car. i usually don't, but if you start with the wheels and get them right, you're pretty much done and the rest will be okay, too. i start using only very very thin ballpointpen lines then and then later define the more important lines i want to make more important or i just like more. so maybe just look at real cars and their proportions and where usual lines end up or start. for the markering, well just look at photos, ee how real objects reflect and then copy that moreless, using shadow and light. u should upload some sketches, then i could tell you more where your problems are or what u could do better cheers
sweet man thanks so much for the tips! is there a certain distance you should give between wheels? Yeh definitely, when i get some spare time ill sketch something out and upload it! thanks for the watch
drawn the lines with black ballpopint pen and afterwards i went ofer that with markers (Chartpak AD markers) in 2 tones of green, a little bit of warm grey 1-3 for the wheels and some softpastels in green mixed with babypowder for the shading between the markerstrokes. that's pretty much it, and of course practice practice practice