Author: Jake |
March 20, 2012 |
Reblogged this on The Enthusiast.
It's a great colour scheme, I like it more on the performance cars than the other stuff though. What about this?
It’s funny you should post about this today. I just got a new cemraa (a Nikon D40) a couple weeks ago and have been taking pictures like crazy. As if I don’t do that ALREADY. Since I started my knitting blog 3 years ago, it’s a rare day that I don’t take pictures of something, but in the last couple of weeks, it’s kind of exploded. And the last two posts I’ve written? I used my own pictures instead of stock photos. SO much more fun!
#1 #11 look good
Ford GT40. That is all.
Whoa. Wait a sec. I absolutely won’t get on board with the idea that wniorkg from photos is somehow superior to the alternatives. Or that artists who refuse to use photo refs have a distasteful motive for refusal.Working from life is a thousand times more enlightening…for all sorts of reasons too complicated to cram into a Blogger comment. Working from photos is an aid that too easily can become a crutch…if not a crippling weakness. I do it…but I do it very, very carefully.
#1 #11 #14 #19
my exact pics. im amazed how many cars look horrible with it.
Here is a picture of an Audo RS8 in Gulf colors.
The 91 on the door refers to his year of birth, thanx daddy for the car…
Not many it seems, not many at all….
#14 The BEST!! Looks great #1 love the plate
I love the idea of getting them tankilg about a subject they are very interested in. I think this would even work on adults who have a hard time posing for the camera. Thank you for the idea.
theTHROTTLE on Facebook