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Dear members,

I'm an automotive illustrator and I wanted to share some of my work on your forum to receive any comments...

I do personalized illustrations of classic, muscle and sports car.

If you ever wanted to see your own vehicle in an artwork, contact me and we will make it happen.

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Visit www.etienneart.net for more illustrations and details about my work

or email me for any custom work: info@etienneart.net

Cheers

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Nice work anyway, Barry, really. What did you order actually. I mean just a general image of this model in a scene with yacht or did you send him a real photo or what?

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Yes, he worked off of photographs of my 1:1 vehicles, not models. The trailer is a 1951 Royal Spartanette, the boat a 1956 Chris Craft Continental, the blue car a 1956 Continental Mark II and the Porsche's a 1955 Continental Cabrio.

Getting the scale right was the difficult part as the trailer is 35' long, the boat and Mark II, 18' and the Porsche at under 13'.

I smile every time I walk past it.:D

Edited by Barry Wolk (see edit history)

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So you´re the owner of it all... There are softwares able to deal with all these rescaling issues. Anyway, pic´s really nice. I have a bar here right near my house which I would like to wallpaper with "pseudo" posters like this...

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