Saturday, February 17, 2007

Pontiac in the Trees















This one was close to home.
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10 comments:

W. K. Moore said...

Hey Killah! I mean Rajah... good bleep'n job! Great background technique with a green wash. That's not easy to do without bleep'n it up... and you bleep'n pulled it off like the journeyman you are.. Oh the car rocks too... Your bleep'n amigo.... bleep

Michele Beaulieu said...

Colors rock and love those drippy evergreen against the black. Missing headlites look like eyes. This car looks like ron howard to me. you know how it goes--if it were a person it would look like. Yep, it's a ron howard.

kee said...

Nice different greens and subtle red family in them.
Your paintings is conjuring up my old airbrush days when I did a lots of car paintings also.
Great piece!

rob ijbema said...

i like how you managed to fit the car in the scenery and let it still stand out...lovely greens
well painted!!

ron said...

Thanks W.K., I didn't realize how green my paintings were until I started this blog thing. However "going green" is all the rage up here-environmentally speaking. So I guess my paintings aren't polluters? Maybe they're not crap after all ...maybe they're GREEN!!!

ron said...

Thanks, Michele, Ron has always been a friend I never really knew.

ron said...

Why thank you, Kee, call me Mister Green..I never realized...all that green. And the comical part is I don't think I own a tube of green. But apparently green is my favourite colour. The things you learn about yourself. For the Daily Painters, they wanted us to describe all of our paintings in our "gallery" -subject, colour etc.. Mine were in the "cars, trucks, trains, transportation" category most often, of course. However in the colours department, it was green all the way. Thats when it struck me-"Ive gone green! Arnold would love me!"

ron said...

Rob, you talented chap you, thanks for stopping by! I will say hello on your site.

Robin Weiss said...

Awsome auto Ron! If I wasn't color blind I'd say it was green.

What I mean is its a clean green machine. I agree with ya. The best way to make green is without using any green.

ron said...

Robin, I can't help it, I've gone green.