I was nine years old and I remember waiting in line at the movie theater to see Back to the Future on opening day. Time travel in the movie wasn't the only magic because time has travelled with me since that day and every ounce of excitement still remains when I watch it.
I was eventually going to get around to illustrating the Delorean DMC-12, but since @vector_garage did such a great job illustrating a couple of my own past motorcycles I got a jump on his request. Go check his page out and be amazed at his work!
Working on a side project with some other artists. We chose a movie that each of us had to choose a car from. This Reliant was just an extra in a scene about thirty minutes into Die Hard 3. You would almost miss it unless you were looking hard.
Gnarly truck, dude! You pulled up next to me at the bank in North Portland and you ran to the ATM in the rain. I grabbed my camera, snapped a few photos and handed you a card. You sneered, threw it in your backseat and roared off in a cloud of blue smoke and dog hair. I still like your Bronco, though.
Ya know I'm trying to get all of these Toyotas drawn and I tend to be a little single-minded about it. Need a little variety, so today we visit Rochester NY and check out one of @slammedfiero87 rides. I always wanted to own a Fiero GT fastback just for kicks, but never got around to it. I'll settle for living vicariously today.
New neighbors just moved in down the street and with them came a beautiful classic that I had never seen before. There are a ton of old Scouts running around Portland, but I don't think I've ever seen an International Harverster Travelall... especially in one that looks like it just rolled out of the factory. I'm going to carry a small framed print over and welcome them to the neighborhood.
I finally snuck this into my mix. My neighbor has this rad little stepvan and I never knew what it was until today. I typed in "aluminum delivery van" and it didn't take more than a few seconds to learn the history of these indestrictuble rigs. It seems that most of these still exist as they were designed to last for decades and the body will never rust. Neat!
Happy Halloween! I spotted this sweet Cotner-Bevington hearse a few months ago. I had to do my research to figure out that this was one of the lower-end offerings in the funeral biz, based not on the traditional Cadillac, but instead on a 1961 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight. I paced this sucker off at just a touch over twenty feet long. Color me jealous.