Today we are going to draw a nice vehicle that you can compose in a city, around a home, on the street and more. Before playing with these compositions, you have to learn how to draw one car, bus or truck. Here, we chose nothing less than a monster truck. So, let’s go ahead and see what all we need.

  1. Get a Reference Picture and Supplies

  • It is always important to start with a reference picture.
  • Grab one clipart or icon of a monster truck for simplicity.
  • Get your pencil, sharpener, and eraser.
  • Get some rough papers from old used notebooks or something like that.
  1. Draw the Head of the Truck

  • So, all kindly note the clipart and see how the head of the truck looks like. The windshield is a rectangle with a broader bottom. The roof is also a slanted rectangle. So, lets us draw some rectangles.
  • Draw a rectangle with a broader bottom and shorter top.
  • From the top corners extend two lines and make a slanted rectangle for the roof of the truck.
  • Extend a vertical line from the end of that and meet with another line from the first rectangle.
  • Draw them, extend them and complete to make the carriage area of the truck.
  1. Draw the Side of the Truck

Now that the roof, head and the carriage area is done, we will draw the side of the truck. As you can see that this is a rectangle with semicircles for the big tires that will go there. So, we draw them now.

  • Extend a line from both the ends of the truck, the front and the back carriage.
  • Draw some short lines and a complete rectangle to form.
  • But, erase some small part near the front and back.
  • Draw a semicircle at these two places, which must be the same in size.
  1. Draw the Bumper of the Truck

Now, we go to the front side and draw the bumper and the hood of the car. This bumper will again be another rectangle with rectangular or circular shapes for the lights.

  • Draw a rectangle like a tube at the front.
  • Keep it a bit curved at the sides as if covering the sides of the truck too.
  • Now, extend the front portion to make a cuboid shape that acts as the hood or bonnet of the truck.
  • This will join with the windshield of the car.
  • Draw the windshield and windows by drawing doubles lines running inside the previous rectangles.
  1. Draw the Big Tires

Take some good look at the tires which are like small height cylinders.

  • Draw two big ovals.
  • Extend two lines and complete a cylinder.
  • Repeat the same for another tire too.
  • Make some marks on the tires to make it look real.


  • Your monster truck is ready in no time.
  • You may use an iPad and Apple Pencil too.

How do you make a big monster truck?

Start by drawing a small horizontal line with two bumps along the way for wheel wells. Now let’s draw the rest of the body of the cartoon monster truck. On the left side draw a line up and over for the hood of the monster truck. Then continue the line diagonally up, over and down to draw the cab where the driver sits.

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When did the megalodon monster truck come out?

How do you draw monster truck video?

This giant shark (fossil remains suggest a length of 59 feet/18 meters) concept was developed into a Monster Jam truck in 2016, making its competitive debut in Nashville, Tennessee on January 7, 2017.

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What is the name of the shark monster truck?

Which monster jam truck looks like a shark?

Rick Steffens drove the truck on the Samson chassis for the 2020 International Tour.

Tiger Shark
Owner Holman Motorsports (truck), Xtreme Monster Sports Inc. (truck), Hot Wheels (name)
Drivers Bobby Holman, Ty Cornelius Jr., and Rick Steffens

Who owns grave digger?

Megalodon is a custom 3D shark body monster truck owned by FELD introduced for the 2017 Monster Jam season. The truck is primarily driven by Justin Sipes, Jack Brown, Austin Minton and Cory Rummell, with Adam Anderson and Tristan England temporarily joining the team for 2021.

Who drives son of a digger?

Grave Digger (monster truck)
Owner and driver information
Owner Feld Entertainment
Driver(s) Adam Anderson Morgan Kane Charlie Pauken Randy Brown Krysten Anderson Brandon Vinson Tyler Menninga
Home city Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
Truck information

What happened to Bigfoot monster truck?

Son-uva Digger
Owner FELD Motorsports (naming rights + team management), Anderson Boys Racing (chassis)
Driver Ryan Anderson
Body Style 1950 Willy’s Panel Truck
Engine 540ci World Products Block

What happened to Grave Digger The Legend?

Bigfoot ceased running events for the Monster Jam series in 1998 due to a dispute over involving licensing of video footage and pictures, and has not returned since.

How much horsepower does son of a digger have?

In late 2015, Adam announced he was moving to Grave Digger starting in 2016. The truck’s chassis was converted to Grave Digger 32. In 2017 for the 35th Anniversary encore a modified Legend body was run on a normal Grave Digger chassis.

How did Grave Digger die?

Despite its massive weight, all-wheel-drive, and massive tires, still smokes its rubber while it launches. Once it hooks up, Son Uva Digger is properly quick, almost keeping up with a 600-hp purpose-built drag car.

How much did Grave Digger cost?

Last weekend, Dennis Anderson, driver of the Grave Digger monster truck, sustained injuries after a crash during an event in Tampa, Florida. According to, Anderson was taken to a local hospital after the crash.

How much is grave digger worth?

It rides on tires that are 66 inches tall and weigh 900 pounds each. It’s powered by a 565-cubic inch supercharged Hemi engine that produces 2,000 horsepower and came out of a funny car. It has crushed buses and combines, and it cost roughly $280,000.