This is the first time I took reflection serious on a car. Modified magazine, July Autoesporte is based out of Brazil, so it’s always interesting to see what other countries find as pertinent cars for editorial content. Just finished this project. Graphite pencils, mechanical pencil, eraser, tissue, A3 paper.
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Photo’s by taken by; Armin H.
Wence’s 02 WRX published on TunerZine.com
This is probably one of the hardest drawing I have ever done. Shoot for upcoming TunerZine feature. Sway’s Evo at Enjuku by nikkic.
Any constructive criticism is welcomed. Evil Eagle by Chris Wold. Had a great time! Spy vs Spy by Chris Wold. Modified magazine, July I hope you guys like it.
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I haven’t draw a drawing with only graphite pencil. Photo by Armin H.
Alex Soto’s shoot for tunerzine. Had a small shoot with a couple of the guys tunerzien Club and some of Enjuku’s models. Sway’s Gauges by nikkic. I will probably take a break from drawings like this for a while. Redline Z by Chris Wold. A couple shots for Tunerzine.
Vegas S by Chris Wold. Autoesporte is based out of Brazil, so it’s always interesting to see what other countries find as pertinent cars for editorial content. This is the first time I took reflection serious on a car. This one is harder than any of the drawing I have done, because it has wheel, tuunerzine, and tons of details all together.
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MR2 shot for Tunerzine. I spent more time on it than I thought I would. I want Vicky to look like this one day. Nissan Skyline by David Kao. Explore Trending Tunerzune More.
Just finished this project. Thanks for the comments. I still don’t like how my scanner kills my details. The Internet has been developed into a tool to really engage the consumer with breathtaking and professional photography. Original photo taken by Sean Bradford on TunerZine.
Graphite pencil, eraser stick, cotton stick, A3 paper, brush, Mechanical pencil, Lumograph pencil. It’s tough to make such a boring stock car look good, but I think Fabio did a great job. I didn’t expect to spend this much time on this drawing.