Car drawings

Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by TVR&Ferrari_Fan, May 1, 2003.

  1. JacoJa

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    This thread has become extremely quiet over the last year. Hopefully there will be lots of new work posted here in 2018!

    Here's what I'm currently working on... a Celica ST162, one of my all time favourite cars. This was a friends car which was has now been scrapped, as it was involved in an accident last year (after he had owned it for over 20 years). :( A beautiful car well worth a drawing.

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  2. noname269

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    Wow that's amazing. Can't wait to see the finished product.
     
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  3. noname269

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    Before I show you my(not so great) attempt at coloring, I would like to show you my road-going Porsche 919. Slightly customized to be not as extreme in terms of aero, mainly. Anyway, here it is.
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  4. noname269

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    Now. This is my GT3 class Lexus LC500. This is my second time cross-hatching, the first being the 919 you see above. Its not great, but its a start. Like they say, there is a first time for everything.
     
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  6. Lameonade

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    Not sure if it's a drawing? But I made this for a friend who had an avatar of the same car, but done in Microsoft Paint. Decided to upgrade it in Illustrator.

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  7. noname269

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    I think this counts?
     
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  8. ProjectWHaT

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    I was on spring break and had nothing to do so I decided to draw again

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  9. noname269

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    Forgive me for asking a stupid question, but is that a Renault Alpine?
     
  10. ProjectWHaT

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    It's the new Alpine A110

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  11. Snikle

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  12. titleguy1

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    Some sketches I had recently done.
     
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  13. BurntBreadz

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    Some of my drawings on a lower resolution NOVA2THUMB0.jpg GORDTHUMB0.jpg V8THUMB0.jpg
     
  14. Sage Ages

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    I suck.

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  15. Lameonade

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    I'm guessing this Rendezvous crashed and burned. Is this just from memory or a picture reference?
     
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  16. Snikle

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    Just a picture of a working Rendezvous.
     
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  17. JacoJa

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    Getting... there... painfully slowly!

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  18. TexRex

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    I never was much good at drawing, but I've been kicking around ideas for a little two-seat streamlined hot rod influenced by '50s grand prix racers, powered by an air-cooled Volkswagen engine in front, and I just wanted to get something on paper:

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    I originally drew heavily from a Connaught Type C with its fin-like posterior but decided to button it up with an integrated fuel pod hanging off the back in lieu of a spun aluminum tank held on by straps.

    The insert line that mimics the overall shape designates a body panel inset by about 1/16" to do more with the dead space and also denotes the point where the body begins to curve heavily top and bottom or gradually front and back.
     
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  19. titleguy1

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    Revisiting digital as a medium.

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  20. Volksauto

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    The sketch is roughly 3cm squared.
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  21. Snikle

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    Hand-drawn, AI-colored backgrounds I made for my phone and computer:
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  22. phillkillv2

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    Got an audible "Wow" from me. Please share the finished results.

    Something about the colors give me a comforting memory of the 1990s. I'm liking your style.

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    This is a project I've only put 3-4 hours into. It's apart of a larger series on the Paris - Dakar rally during the 1980s. It's pretty time consuming, especially when I'm trying to stylize it while keeping an accurate look.

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    This one isn't really a car drawing, but a little logo I made for fun. It may possibly be used if I can fund it. I'd love to run a small moving company, and considering I'm looking to import a Suzuki carry from Japan, as well as a Cappuccino, it could happen.

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  23. GrantRM

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    This gave an idea for a gift to my uncle who recently retires and their wedding anniversary is coming soon. He got some good photos like that and it would cool if I could turn one into like that. I'll be helping a buddy installing the brake pad and dually wheels on his Superduty this week, He's a good Photoshop user so I think he can do that.
     
  24. TonyBarracuda

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