Thursday, July 19, 2007

Bewick

This here is a Buick, don't let anybody tell you different . Elucidation from magnification with a click.
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17 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

Looks like there's some junk in that trunk!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Ooooo...I like this - those low dark clouds and that classic blue on the car - very nice.

k. Madison Moore said...

I like the cloudy sky and the drama in this piece. The lower rust on the car is a small detail that adds it's own statement. The blue is "perfect" against the sky.

bj said...

This one is rustified 100% correctly. That's exactly where old Buicks begin to crumble. A classic!

newnorth said...

this one looks so nice, even thought the car is falling apart...the ceiling falling in and all :)

W. K. Moore said...

My pick of the week for auto works. The sky blue on the car is visually appealing. Strong on all accounts.

W. K. Moore said...

low clouds on the mountain are awsome too.....

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grimm, yes there is/was.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Cara, this car appears later in a coupla pictures.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Madison, it was this colour in real life.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks B.J., I will have a glow on all weekend knowing that I rustified correctly.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks N.N., its a beautiful wreck.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks W.K.,I'm desperate for stuff for the DPs, I may actually have to paint something. Nah, I'll just go take pictures of my paintings that other people have.

Michelle Smith said...

Love the fins. Why don't they design cars with fins anymore? Nothing gives a car more character than fins! 50 years from now I doubt there will be anyone painting the cars of today. They're just so BORING!

At least you can keep the memories of cool cars alive in your paintings. Good job.

Joan said...

I love the color of the car! Great sky!! I guess she's going to get a good shower.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Michelle, the old ones are fun to paint, when I started it was mostly 30's stuff, now I have moved up through the fifties and a little 60's.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Joan, colour provided by W/N cerulean blue.