Number 221 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US. Japan resident @akio0530's Toyota Windom was purchased before Lexus existed in its home country, but is identical to the Lexus ES330 here in the states.
Number 213 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota, Lexus and Scion ever sold in the US. Just seven Lexii left on my list after completing @mattmatuszak_sucks's second-gen ES. I've always thought that this was by far the most handsome early Lexus design and Matt isn't standing still... I like his third-gen front bumper conversion, football-lace-style!
Eight Lexus model variants left to illustrate now that I've finished @andynotwarhol_'s ES250. I usually choose modified cars to draw, but there just aren't that many first-generation ESs to choose from so I went with the cleanest one I could find.
To Fukuoka Japan we go today, where @ghunchan rolls properly tucked in his bagged 5th-gen Lexus ES350 on Infinitewerks BRs. Number 196 in my obsession to draw all 260 Toyota models sold on our shores.
Once upon a time I owned a big-body Lexus and was shopping for a used ES for my girl. It was a tiny little shadow of the LS400. But wow, have things changed. The new ES is sleek and long and low and modern. Today's example is owned by @daniel_shi37 and wears some of my favorite modern wheels, Avante Garde M540s. Drool.
I love finding cool IG pages and I wasn't let down by the gritty photography of @tlhv. His third-gen ES300 isn't so gritty, though. I'm taking a wild guess that he might have a Platinum Series, exclusive to 2000, and rolling on what looks like some Infiniti G35 wheels? Am I right?