How to Draw a Fire Truck
This tutorial will break down the steps of how to start and finish a fire truck, as well as add a simple skyline in the background, in the hopes of assisting young artists with firefighter ambitions or those studying Safety Week themes.
Draw a fire truck and add details to the front and back. Trace with a marker and color. For the back, draw a road, skyline, and clouds. Draw two wheels with hubcaps and add wheel rims, as well as cab windows and lights.
How do we draw a fire?
In six easy steps, you can learn how to make fire.
- Step 1: Draw whatever is on fire, beginning with the base of the fire.
- Step 2: Draw the indication of flames curving around the logs.
- Step 3: Continue building layers of flames.
- Step 4: Add smoke and sparks.
- Step 5: Color your fire.
- Step 6: Adjust the color with a new layer.
Do all firefighters drive the truck?
The driver engineer or driver operator is primarily responsible for driving, pumping, and maintaining the fire truck or engine; however, other firefighters may drive as an “Acting Driver” when staffing requirements necessitate it.
How long is a fire truck ladder?
The extended ladder reach of the average truck is about 100 feet.
How fast is a fire truck?
As previously stated, RAND studies determined that a fire engine’s average speed was 35 mph, so most people, including ISO, use the K value of 1.7 as a constant.