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Hot Rod Art Book app for the iPad – Click above to watch video after the jump

If you want to draw hot rods and learn the basics of drawing cars, then you'll want to check out the Hot Rod Art Book for the iPad. A combination of the text-only book and the videos you'll find at the book's site and Vimeo, it contains 100 pages of guidance and tips from 13 professional hot rod artists and 1.5 hours of videos. It's not going to instantly turn you into Hot Wheels designer Dwayne Vance, one of the contributors, but you'll know how to pen the Powell Motors Homer just like you've always wanted.

Follow the jump for a sample of the video tutorials you'll find in the book.

[Source: Apple iTunes]

Hot Rod Art Book Sample Video from Dwayne Vance on Vimeo.

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      • 5 Years Ago
      If you guys mentioned it was $10 in your article, I wouldn't have gotten as excited as I did.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Dude, $10 bucks is, what, a sandwich and some chips! Come ON!

        I skeptically bought an iPad (figuring I'd just sell it if it was no good) but this thing is GENIUS. I barely turn on my computer anymore. Touching and taping on stuff like this app are so much more natural (for me).

        Besides, if you're a car guy, apps like this are sweet and plentiful.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Totally stupid! It's a video tutorial showing you how to draw cars in Photoshop running on a PC!

      Might as well have the video playing on your desktop next to Photoshop/Your drawing app of choice..

      Autoblog + ipad fail.
      • 5 Years Ago
      iPad does not have pressure sensitivity, therefore is a toy.

      >goes back to drawing on 1024 levels of sensitivity Wacom Cintiq