Learn how to draw a great looking Autobots Symbol from Transformers with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Autobots Symbol from Transformers.
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Autobots unite! You can label your vehicles and defeat the Decepticons when you learn how to draw the Autobots symbol from Transformers.
In the Transformers comics and cartoons, the Autobots are heroic, mecha-like alien robots that can disguise themselves as human vehicles. They seek to protect their own species and the galaxy from the evil Decepticons.
Optimus Prime is the most famous Autobot. He often appears as a tractor-trailer or semi-truck.
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He leads a group of other Autobots including Bumblebee, who disguises himself as a sports car and employs radio broadcasts in order to talk.
The Autobots symbol from Transformers outline looks very similar to the Decepticons logo. Can you tell the difference? In a time of battle, it could mean your life!
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: C-3PO from Star Wars, Draw R2-D2 from Star Wars, and WALL-E.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing the Autobots Symbol from Transformers
How to Draw a Great Looking Autobots Symbol from Transformers for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the Autobots symbol from Transformers outline by drawing the Autobot eyes. Use straight lines to enclose two open-ended pentagon shapes.
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 2
2. Use three straight lines to enclose a rectangular shape at the back of each eye. Then, draw a "V" shaped line between the cartoon eyes.
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 3
3. Use straight lines to enclose a rectangular shape below the "V," giving the robot logo a "nose." Then, use straight lines to draw an S-like zigzag shape beneath each eye.
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 4
4. Use straight lines to enclose a rectangle shape beneath each of the zigzag lines. These indicate the armored sides of the face. Draw a straight horizontal line below the nose, indicating the mouth.
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 5
5. Use straight lines to draw a partial rectangle shape at each side of the mouth.
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 6
6. Use a series of straight lines to enclose the mouth area, forming a shape like a letter "H." Draw a straight horizontal line below the crossbar of the "H."
Easy Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 7
7. Use straight lines to enclose a trapezoid shape below the last line in the previous step. Then, draw a large "V" shaped line across the forehead. Extend a short straight line upward from each side of the "V."
Add More Details to Your Autobots Symbol from Transformers Picture - Step 8
8. Draw an inverted triangle with one rounded side above the "V." Then, connect the arms of the "V" using a long curved line.
Complete the Outline of Your Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your Autobots symbol from Transformers outline by drawing two narrow, diagonal parallelograms on each side of the face.
Color Your Autobots Symbol from Transformers Drawing
Color your cartoon Autobots logo. We've colored ours red, but this symbol commonly occurs in a metallic gray or banded with red, white, and blue.
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