Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

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    Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

    Well, it's not a GM car, but it could be GM powered!



    I haven't worked on an art piece in a long while. I've been busy with design projects and a graphics design/marketing job elsewhere. I've been doing much more digital work lately, so I decided on a digital artwork compared to the colored pencils I used long ago. I wish to try some different styles rather than what I've done here, but I at least have more artwork planned.

    This artwork depicts a '32 Ford hot rod sitting in the Bonneville Salt Flats. The car has some of my own custom bits on it, such as the engine panels and side exhaust pipes. The render was done using a stylus pen and pad so that I can sketch it out traditionally. No photo manipulation was used.

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    Re: Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

    that sure looks wicked & you got good talent keep it up, she is the same color under coating I put on my new car

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    Re: Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

    Nice ! I especially like the way the scenery compliments the body and color of the car, which are EXCELLENT !
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    Re: Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

    gorgeous! well done

    Great concept too as others have said
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    Re: Bonneville Stretch - Digital artwork ('32 Ford)

    Thanks everyone.

    Though, I honestly don't feel too satisfied creating automotive artwork digitally. If it's a car design, digital medium is the best way to go, but if it's just artwork I'm working on, analog medium is more respected, and quite satisfying to work with. But, digital medium allows for a wealth of different options analog mediums can't allow. I wish to try more digital artwork, but for most of my car designs, those will almost always be digital.

    Thoughts on digital vs analog for pure fine art / artwork?
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