For as long as we can remember, we’ve been drawing pictures whenever a piece of paper ended up in front of us and there was a writing implement nearby. Most of the time it’s just to pass time in meetings about project charters, TPS reports and lengthy discussions about what “we actually do here,” but we enjoy it regardless. Realistically, the final product is never anything worth writing home about because we never figured out how to properly draw anything worth hanging on the fridge – but that’s about to change. The I Draw Cars Sketchbook & Reference Guide is a walk through the important steps of automotive design using a format we understand – templates that use basic shapes bound in a Moleskine-style notebook. It’s got all the reference information you need about proportions, perspectives and common packages and it’s fleshed out Learn-To-Draw style. You can finally prove you could design a better Batmobile.