This 1959 Ford Thunderbird Emblem artwork is drawn in a new program I started using recently called Affinity Designer.
This is a photo of a 1949 Olds 76 Fastback Town Sedan that belongs to John Gillis. John purchased two posters a while back, one of which was the 1949 Cadillac Club Coupe. He told me he was pleased to see that someone had done a print of a classic GM fastback and that he had a 1949 Olds fastback.
I did this spooky design for Dandy’s Drive-In, find out more about it.
The idea behind this wrench artwork came about one day while I was working in the garage. I had my tools out, and the sun’s rays were landing across a wrench on the floor. In a moment of inspiration, I imagined this could look cool as a print.
If you are into cars like me, you are probably interested in all kinds of machinery.
As some of you may know the artwork I offer is professional printed. The printer just started offering metal prints. These prints are made from aluminum and come in various sizes. I decided to try out their curved metal print, the curved design allows the print to stand on a desk or shelf without the need for mounting hardware or an easel. The artwork I choose to use for this was the 1970 Chevelle Convertible drawing. I am really impressed results, it looks just like the printed version and has a nice high gloss finish.
This week I received an email from an automotive concept artist in Canada who had a question about how to get exposure and possibly sell their artwork.
I replied but my email came back as failed. I think the email address was entered incorrectly on my contact form. I thought I would post this so hopefully he’ll see it and know I did try to reply to his question. Continue reading How to Get Exposure For Your Artwork
New drawing! 1970 Chevelle Convertible.
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