Learn how to draw a great looking Police Car with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Police Car.
Police are "officers representing the civil authority of government." They typically 'maintain public order and safety, enforce the law, and prevent, detect, and investigate criminal activities.'
Did you know? "The first police car was a wagon run by electricity fielded on the streets of Akron, Ohio, in 1899." It could travel at 16 miles per hour (26 kilometers per hour) and go 30 miles (48 kilometers) on a single battery charge. Police cars became more common during the 1930s and 1940s.
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Police cars such as the one in our drawing guide are often used comically in animated films and television series, rushing in with sirens blaring. Police cars may be used to represent either justice or injustice.
Police cars were common symbols of television shows such as Cops, Columbo, NYPD Blue, Walker Texas Ranger and Law and Order. Recently, police cars have also been associated with the response to protests on social issues.
Would you like to draw a cartoon police car? This easy, step-by-step cartoon car drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you will need is a pen, pencil, marker, or crayon and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Police Car
How to Draw a Great Looking Police Car for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by outlining the shape of the police car. Use a long curved line for the top of the car, and overlapping curved lines for the trunk and rear bumper. Use another curved line to sketch the front of the car. Use inverted "U" shaped lines to indicate the wheel wells, and connect them with a straight line.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 2
2. Contour and detail the front of the car. Use two curved lines to outline the roof. use an "L" shaped line to enclose the windshield, and another curved line to outline the hood.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a straight line between the windshield and bottom of the car to outline the front of the door, and a curved line to outline the back.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 4
4. Use three straight lines and a curved line to outline the side windows. Draw a straight line down the center.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 5
5. Detail the police car. Use curved lines and rectangular shapes to sketch the grille and headlight of the car. Draw a curved line between the doored. Enclose a sideways teardrop shape on each door to form the door handles. Use a curved line to outline the taillight.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 6
6. For each wheel, draw an oval within an oval. Then, draw a curved line from the bottom of the tire to the bottom of the wheel well.
Easy Police Car Drawing - Step 7
7. Use curved lines to outline the wheels on the opposite side of the car. Enclose two irregular rounded shapes at the bottom of the window to form the mirror.
Add More Details to Your Police Car Picture - Step 8
8. Contour the hood with curved lines. Draw an elongated oval on top of the car. Draw a curved line across the bottom of it, and two curved lines across the middle. This is the light bar.
Complete the Outline of Your Police Car Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw a five-pointed star on one door and write the word "POLICE" on the other.
Color Your Police Car Drawing
Color your cartoon police car. In most jurisdictions, police cars are black and white in color. Their lights are blue and red.
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