Cars

For someone who can’t tell one make of car from another, it’s surprising how many cars I draw. When I drive a car, it’s something that takes me from point A to point B. Hopefully it has low gas mileage, and if I’m lucky both the air conditioning and the radio work.

But when I draw cars, they are characters: some happy, some sad and battered, a few tiny, many monstrous. And they’re all very much a part of the American landscape.

Like these cars parked at a local shopping mall lot.
parking_lot

Or this monstrous SUV with it’s menacing grill.
big_suburban-cars

And then there’s this firetruck that looks like a giant kids toy: all bells and whistles and shiny bright colors.
firetruck

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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3 Responses to Cars

  1. Wendy Kate says:

    I am car-blind too! No idea about makes of cars only what colour they are…you have captured them really well, lovely sketches :-)

  2. bill pepper says:

    Nice drawings, keep them coming.

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