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My First Auto Art In... Well... Too Long


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#1 Mike

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 06:24 PM

10 years ago, I lost ALL of my art (automotive and otherwise) in a flood that hit the city here. Anywho, I haven't drawn anything since. This is a sketch I whipped up tonight in a couple hours for a forum member over at Diecastlive. He wanted something with skulls, and flames, and he's kind of in to the whole Jimmy Shine thing. I added the smoke and flames to make it appear as though the back end is whipping around and into the exhaust flames. Anyway, enough blabbering, here's my first car art effort in years....

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Posted 05 May 2011 - 04:41 PM

I Mike!

I saw your website and your work congradulation it is amaizing.

I would like to know where you found your driver figurine in the amt ford snowplow ?

Thank you

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 07:57 AM

I Mike!

I saw your website and your work congradulation it is amaizing.

I would like to know where you found your driver figurine in the amt ford snowplow ?

Thank you


Sorry I don't make it here often enough. It was given to my by a fellow modeler in a trade. I believe it came with an Italeri Peterbilt kit some time ago but may be wrong.