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Some recent doodles and whatnot:

Mustang I rendered for the TV show Search and Restore (reveal was this past weekend on Spike TV's Powerblock):



...posters for a local truck/pre-show party:



...new skate deck:



...and a truck headed for Vegas, frst week of November:

 

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What medium do work in? By hand on paper, on the computer in photoshop? I am curious because I am impressed.
 

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Thanks! Everything starts on paper w/pencil.... how it's finished depends upon the look I'm after (or the budget/schedule). Many pieces go from pencil sketch to getting scanned, and re-drawn and color-blocked in Illustrator. From there, I'll ether output to Photoshop for some work, or simply print, and go at it with marker, ink and airbrush. The Mustang above was airbrushed extensively.

First part of my drawing process is outlined here: bit.ly/draw-a-hot-rod, if interested.
 

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great stuff as usual - wish you'd post more!

- chuck
 

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Thanks, Chuck... Will do. (especially after I can release some artwork I just completed for a calendar loaded with more L4P-friendly cars!)

Here's a few more drawings making the transition to the "real world"...

...both the truck and the wheels:



...and another SEMA-bound ride with some AMG/Buick hubcaps (2 of 'em)-inspired wheels. Here's a peek at the refinement processs:



...and why not, another SEMA-bound ride:

 
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