Finally I have finished the front wheel of the Norton Commando.
It took a while to get that cast aluminum look.
about 1 year ago
that's cool! Is it a handmade or did you use any plugins?
You really have to make these one line at a time - there are no plug-ins that can do this look right.
Very Laborious - just like real motorcycle restoration.
Wow,Very intricate stuff. Busy trying some contour cross hatching now for a project im busy with, not for the feint hearted! Feels like im back at school trying to understand the maths teacher explaining complex Algebra
yes it is a real brain ache sometimes - I guess that is why you don't see much of it anymore.
Unreal man, semi-reminiscent of the early 1900's Sears and Roebuck Catalog line work. Can't imagine how long it took to put one of those books together.
How did you do this? Looks fantastic.
lots of practise - it is all vector in illustrator.
part of a series of screen prints.
Wow! Damn details!
Amazing talent - "wheely nice" detail
How bad do your eyes hurt haha. Sweet details man. @David Cran
This is impressive, I guess because of all your uniquely hard work and practice. Think it's worth noting that if you're really not using plug-ins it might be worth looking into.
by David Cran
Final Engine detail on The Norton.
Part of a screen printed poster series of vintage cars and bikes.
about 1 year ago
Amazing! Love the way you've done the shading and the details are nuts.
I can stare your stuff for hours. Great work!
10 months ago
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