Howtodrawcars.net Offers Live Tutoring for Aspiring Car Designers
05/06/2016

Unique, Internet based model pioneered by award winning, ex-Chrysler pen

Online PR News – 06-May-2016 – Carlsbad CA – The Online Academy of Automotive Design launched “How to Draw Cars”, a new website that provides live, one-on-one tutoring for aspiring, young car designers, people who love to draw cars and want to improve and for anyone interested in transitioning from their current career to a new career in automotive design.

“This is a labor of love for me”, explained Michael Santoro, the award winning car designer and main tutor on the new site. “I remember what it was like to be 15 or 16 years old and just twisting in the wind when it came to getting help at designing and drawing cars. Cars are one of the hardest things to draw. This new site provides a place for teenagers or anyone else who is passionate about cars and design to have a place to get some real training and improve their skills”, Santoro stated.

The How to Draw Cars tutoring service allows people passionate about car design and drawing cars to move well beyond just watching videos on Youtube trying to improve their skills. Almost all other disciplines have some form of structured training for children and young adults. Car design and drawing did not. Until now. Sessions start at just $25.00 for a live drawing demonstration over work the student submits to the site. Students are given the theroy and methodology needed to take their skills to the next level. For more information, please visit https://www.howtodrawcars.net

About How to Draw Cars

https://www.howtodrawcars.net is the internet’s leading live, personal, one-on-one tutoring service for aspiring young car designers. The goal of How to Draw Cars is to make each student a better designer, give them a massive heard start on their peers, improve their skills far above their age and work with them to prepare a portfolio that will allow them to not only be accepted, but qualify for a scholarship to the design college of their choice.