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My auto art...

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Some of these are full on finished works, some of these are sketches. You should be able to tell the difference (I hope) The finished stuff was usually drawn for a purpose, where the sketches are more of me thinking out loud with a pencil or colored pencils.

I did this one because i had an Idea of dropping a Honda S2000 drivetrain in a Track roadster

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This one I did for Corvette fever magazine in 1995. I had peek at a 1997 Vette, but no camara. As you can see I came pretty close considering the prototype I saw was a year and a half from production.

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Here is a early concept drawing for a model I should have in progress soon. It will look almost nothing like this, but the attitude will be the same, as will the chrome side scoops.

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This is an Update of the "California Kid" I like to call it the "Carolina Kid" as I lived in NC at the time. This was painted in Photoshop from a pencil sketch.

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Someday I will build a model of this Prowler Woody...

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Just playing with stance...

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I must have a thing for pink custom Mopars...

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...I'll end this post here so it will open sometime this year for dial up...stay tuned for part two...

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Darin,

I was not aware it was you who did that sketch. Can I send you my CF copy for you to sign? :(

Thanks,

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Darin,

I was not aware it was you who did that sketch. Can I send you my CF copy for you to sign? ;)

Thanks,

I'd be honored to. shoot me an email at darin.bastedo@gmail.com

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Harrys' illustrations are indeed GREAT!!!!. But, Jarius, you are still my hero and guru..................

bob :shock:

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