Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Tony's Chev Simplified Version














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7 comments:

W. K. Moore said...

Really like this one. Always a sucker for misty whispy fuzzy colors. Looks like the kind of scene you'd find some lovers doing execises.. jogging of course!

ron said...

Of course.

kee said...

This is very nice Ron. I just love classic cars.
Every now and then I will go to Classic car show at the Pomona Fair
My favorite is 1939 or 1940 Ford truck and maybe throw in some throaty hemi engine(I know some might say sacreligous!). I love that hemi's beautiful sound.
You might want to check out Robert Townsend's work that I ran into the other day at the Michael Hollis gallery. He does big watercolor of cars.

www.michaelhollisfineart.com

ron said...

Thanks Kee, I'll see if I can find a 39 to do for you.

W. K. Moore said...

I find the work on DP to be very "Sunday painter" these days. Guess some amateurs slipped through and some talent left. Not very flattering to the ego that my stuff has not done well in the click dept. Maybe I'm a Sunday painter too! ;-) Still looking at the DP traffic flow to see if I'll do another month. roger -

Michele Beaulieu said...

The background and foreground are perfect for framing this star--dark in back & light in front. Funny with this rear view this car looks sort of lonesome, kind of like a wailing country song (bass voice of course)

ron said...

Michele, I like doing them simpler so that they become more patterns of light and dark and then they shift into the things you mention.