Before starting this project I gad never heard of overlanding was, but now that I've illustrated several overland rigs I'm officially intrigued. It looks like @overlandbound has really nailed the concept on its head. Today's drawing marks the 240th Toyota variant in my quest to illustrate all 260 sold in the US since 1958. Only twenty left, then I might take a small break since I've been pumping these profiles out daily for the past 410 days. Or, I might not. Thanks to @trailborn_yota for throwing me the line on this one.
Please don't blame me. I didn't build it, just drew it. Bagged, racked and lipped. Sounds dirty. Just one more Lexus left on my list and I'll have them all drawn.
Not easy to find a cleanly-modified first-generation Lexus RX300. So.... I was bored and wanted to do a crazy wheel I'd never done before. 28" chrome on blue Dub Da U straight up donk wheels with the appropriate rubberbandery not quite protecting the lips. Kaboom! Thanks for the source, acewhips.net!
Number 219 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota variant sold in the US, meet the identical twin of our friend the 100-series Land Cruiser. Follow this LX470, and it's many friends, explore California's forests over on the Instagram of @_working_classoverland.
My quest to draw every Lexus is nearly complete. It's not easy to find a tastefully-modified Lexicruiser, but after some serious hunting I finally found @ali___470's luxobarge. The front bumper is a little different than the US-spec, so I wonder if this is aftermarket or maybe just a different design for his market. No matter, I like it.
You nailed it, @greathim. You played the daily Sneak Peek game, won five guesses and had your choice of a free illustration or a goodie pack, and chose the former. Here's your badass 4Runner immortalized.
Holy shitballs this thing is ridiculous! I can only imagine the horror when another Toyko resident peers into the rearview mirror and sees the slab of painted steel called a bumper. Ginormous 26" SFO21s and a nosebleed-inducing lift won't go unnoticed. This knocks the Sequoia from my list.
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.