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Sharpie Art V-8 by PinstripeChris Sharpie Art V-8 by PinstripeChris
Had some time today and was inspired by a fellow artist (Max Grundy) to do another Cars & Sharpie piece. This was a great opportunity to practice perspective while including a very cool 1932 Ford. As is tradition, every single line was done completely freehand- no tape, rulers or guides were used to make any of the lines. This also a purely Sharpie piece- no additional airbrushing, acrylics, or tones were used. The piece is titled "V-8" because amongst the perspective pieces lies 8 pistons which would have been in the flat head V-8 of this era 32.

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Poetic-thought Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
wow
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PinstripeChris Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks!
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ChadReaser Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No guides or nothing? That is pretty damn impressive! You're lines are so straight and clean. I bet you learned those line techniques from pin striping,huh? If so, I would so start learning how to pin stripe, no matter how long it took, if that will be the product of my lining skills, Wow, so sick!
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PinstripeChris Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Professional Artist
Yes indeed- a lot of the techniques I use for my Sharpie art stem from how I do pinstriping. No matter what it'll always come down to practice, but some art types can prepare you for others!
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