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post #16 of 66 (permalink) Old 06-10-2008, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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post #17 of 66 (permalink) Old 06-23-2008, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Just a quick sketch i did yesterday, maybe i will do a full scale drawing too...

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Fast drawing made in one day...
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post #19 of 66 (permalink) Old 06-27-2008, 07:07 AM
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I saw you over on the Ferrarichat. Very nice stuff.

You should sell prints. I like the first pictures style better. Track action paintings or just white background are what I think look the best.
Also always do the car as it raced back in the day, not as it races
now in vintage races(T33/3 Firestone tires and outboard brakes, not AVON
tires and inboard brakes). Maybe you could do a T33 series. I have some
very nice Alfa paintings from a guy in Europe who's style is alot like yours.

Very talented !!!

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Thanks for the comment much aprriciated,just a bitt of explenation about my drawings though, as you'we seen i mostly do two types of drawings, race scenes from the time period and car portraits, when i do the first i tend to get every possible detail corect as it was on the car when it raced, for the car portraits on the other hand i don't pay much attention on that aspect, i often use reference photos from historic car events, where cars are modified and not necesarilly all original, since the alfa drawing was done for myself primarly, i had no desire to make it as original as possible, but i do understand your point of view, i do sell prints of my drawings btw.

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Some vintage alfa drawings, that i did lately...
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Wonderful, just wonderful.

Love how you are confident enough to leave the rear of the T33 unfinished ... so much better IMO.
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Hi Miha, great drawings.
My compliments, i wish i could draw like that.

If i could, i would draw my beloved GTV6.

Oh well....keep up the good work!!

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I can't get enough of the 33TT3 , here is another drawing of it...
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These are simply amazing, think you could do one of my Giulietta race car? Its a period survivor... maybe we could work something out?


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i just took a look at your website... wow... seriously... wow



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Hi Philip

I am sure i could do it, if you are interested send me a PM and we can talk about it.

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You have a wonderful gift! Brilliant! Hope your work gets chronicled someday and you make millions!

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Alfa scribbles

I like the way you transition from pictorial to graphic representations.
Used to be an illustrator before computers.
This wasa cover proposal in Windsor-Newton guache and acrylics with my trusty old #8 brush on illustration board (old car stylist tools), then the Alfa Owner label textured and added in Photoshop.
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