HOW TO DRAW AN OPEL ASTRA OPC

Dear car enthusiasts and artists. We will show the viewers what you can draw on Opel Astra step by step. Opel Astra OPC step by step. Opel Astra is an affordable automobile designed and produced by Opel AG, a German firm Adam Opel AG since 1991. Astra (from Latin – “star”) is the continuation of the model line Opel Kadett that was introduced in 1962.

Step 1
All of our lessons in drawing cars begin with the basics of contours. Let’s draw them in this drawing tutorial on drawing the body of an Opel Astra. Drawing with streamlined lines, sketch the car’s body.

Step 2
In the front portion of the Opel Astra drawing sketch out the front bumper, radiator grill, and headlights that are somewhat similar to the headlights on Subaru Impreza. Subaru Impreza

Next, sketch out some big wheels, a tiny spoiler, and a side mirror.

Step 3
In the first two steps, we used light lines. However, from this point on, we’ll employ more clear lines. Then draw the grille, headlights, and logo in the middle of the grille.

Step 4
Just below the radiator grille, draw the bumper where the registration plate for the grille of the radiator, and fog lights are situated. At the same time, draw the hood.

Step 5
The next step is to add more details to the upper part of the Opel Astra drawing. Therefore, draw those lines for the windows the rear mirror, and the spoiler that is small.

Step 6
In our case, we will draw a two-door version from the Opel Astra, but you can draw a sedan or the four-door hatchback. On the door, draw the handle, then move on to the next stage.

Step 7
By using smooth, clean lines, draw large wheels and arches. If you’ve made mistakes, erase the mistake and draw it over again.

Step 8
The final step is where we create Opel Astra rims. We have drawn a complicated rim design however, you could make simple designs, such as the example in the video on the Cadillac Escalade.

Remember that you can check out the other drawing lessons within the class “Sars”. You can also join our social media accounts and make sure to share our drawing lessons to aid us in becoming better.

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