Variety is the spice of life. So if you haven't tried your hand at drawing a motorcycle, why not give it a try today with this tutorial from the book How to Draw Harley-Davidson Motorcycles: A step-by-step guide to drawing the steel, rubber, leather, and chrome of America's hottest motorcycle. Oh and if you are a gear-head or know some one who is pop on over the the brand spankin' new Motorbooks Blog!
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There’s nothing in the world to match taking a thrilling ride on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle—except maybe learning to draw one of these steel, rubber, leather, and chrome beauties! From a power-packed 1954 Model KH and 2009 CVO Softail Springer to custom bikes for police officers and firefighters, Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and apsiring artists alike will enjoy the diverse range of featured motorcycle drawing subjects. Full-color images, professional art tips, and fun facts, as well as a brief history about this American icon will keep young artists revved up and ready to go for miles. Go ahead—enjoy the ride!
Author Jickie Torres, of Southern California, has been a writer and
editor for Romantic Homes, Victorian Homes, and Cottages & Bungalows
magazines. She writes extensively in the areas of art, design, and
popular culture. Jickie graduated from California State University
Fullerton with a degree in communications.
An llustrator for more than 30 years, Tom La Padula has illustrated for national and international magazines, advertising agencies, and publishing houses. He has exhibited in numerous group shows throughout the country, and his paintings are included in many private collections. Tom holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design and earned his MFA from Syracuse University.