Thursday, June 07, 2007

Still Standing


This is one of my favourite shapes, its a coupe and I owned one a long time ago. Of course I wish I had it now. This characters has appeared in a few paintings. Elasticize the molecular structure with a click.

16 comments:

newnorth said...

I love those things too. It looks kinda like the first car my little brother bought to fix up. Things got hectic and we used it to sell a house :p I think it was around a 41 Plymouth. I was so sad to see it go.

k. Madison Moore said...

All I can say is...FANTASTIC....again!
Love this.

Ron Morrison said...

I was sad to see mine go. Thanks, N.N.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Madison.

Michelle Smith said...

Nice.

Was it nice and shiny when you owned it? What color? It's sad to see all the classic cars disappearing from the road. They had style and character. You can't say that for most of the cars being produced today.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Very nice arrangment of molecules there Ron.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Michelle, my car was restored. it was rootbeer with wide whites.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Cara, its all about the molecules, really, in the end isn't it?

W. K. Moore said...

Beautiful colors on the car especially the fenders. I also love the 2 ravens sitting up in the right hand corner. CAW...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K., I didn't think anybody'd ever notice'em, including me.

Brothergrimm said...

Very cool work, especially the rust. Like a cadaver resting in the afternoon sun.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Grimm, that does deescribe it.

Naquaiya said...

Would not mind having it myself. I'd sit in there and reminiss?????

Ron Morrison said...

Well when you get set up maybe we could do a set piece on the property.

Tom Kidd said...

Spot on perfect.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Tom.