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Hollywood Pinup 3D - Experimenting again with 3D (anaglyphs, actually), I went at this piece with some hefty ambition. With multiple layers of depth just about everywhere, I had a ton of fun in the smallest of details!

The image is, essentially, an anaglyph created using only one image. Starting with a pencil sketch, the original piece was scanned to Illustrator and re-drawn for use as a t-shirt... and now as a curiosity.
Tour Car - Rendering for the Street Rodder Magazine 2010 Road Tour Car. Essentially a tribute to a Bay Area car which won the AMBR award in 1952, based on an extended '27 T pickup (on '32 rails), and generally an updated traditional-style hot rod. (you can follow the actual car's build-up in Street Rodder Magazine, if interested)
T-Shirt Art - Self-promotional t-shirt and print art. Took a "crushed velvet" idea, and just ran with it for a new tee and print line...
Interior Render - Custom interior design for a '56 Chevy project. Full-length console, split rear seat bottom, one-off door panels and loads more.
Illustrator artwork following pencil sketch.
Blue Merc - Custom car design rendering for a client's '40 Mercury project currently under construction.
Pencil sketches with finished ink drawings.
Gonzo Prints - The finished prints of the Gonzo pieces... originally a mixed-media thrash -- screen print, stencil, airbrush and inks on Masonite -- and now a couple of prints...
Inspired while I was writing a blog, expressing my dissatisfaction with where my art was headed at the time.
Impala 61 - Custom design rendering for a dual-purpose (street and race) 1961 Chevrolet Impala. Full cage, tubbed, custom hood, cleaned-up trim, tail lamp treatments, etc.
Illustrator artwork over pencil sketches.
Scrapin' Homeward - Playing with a looser, more cartoon-y style on a client brief, I drew a '36 Ford pickup hauling a brutal '55 Chevy race car home, scraping the fenders off the tarmac...
Illustrator artwork, using scanned pencil sketches.
One Lap Tee - T-shirt design for the crew of the One Lap Camaro, participating in the One Lap of America race series. They will be selling the shirts to pay for gas and food along the route.
Extra Mustard - Hot rod design rendering of a client's '32 Ford hot rod project car, currently under construction.
Charger Rendering - Rendering of client's customized Dodge Charger and paint design.
Custom Van - Rendering of a modern custom van design. Layout includes a Viper driveline mounted mid-ship, widened fenders and quarter panels, chopped roof, sectioned body, lengthened doors, etc.
Impala Portrait - Rendering of a client's 1963 Impala. Pencil sketch scanned to Illustrator, re-drawn, printed and embellished with ink, pen and airbrush.
Final Art - Shot of the completed artwork for the '63 Impala portrait.
Detail Shot - Detail of the completed '63 Impala portrait. Sketch scanned, re-drawn in Illustrator, printed and embellished with marker, airbrush and pens.
Surfite Cube - A full-custom, surf lifestyle-oriented concept for the 2010 Nissan Cube.
I was heavily influenced by the car's asymmetrical design, and applied key elements inspired by Ed Roth's "Surfite" show car from the '60's to further play-up the theme.
Surfin' Hearse - I had been on a surf-inspired ride kick... I wanted to truly push the envelope, and create a car that hasn't been used as such.
In the name of "recycling" (ah, sweet puns!), I took a '63 hearse, and added a sliding rag top, wood panels, smoothie billet rims, and a sunset orange pearl paint job to emphasize the beach cruiser theme, and breathe some life into those long, flowing panels by playing with the light along the curves.
So-Cal Cubism - Another Cube lifestyle concept, this time I took a more subtle road, applying a Southern California cruiser theme. My goal (with this being seen by the engineering and corporate folks at NNA) was to emphasize the car's built-in customizing potential, and to push the envelope for aftermarket accessories.
A few key elements include the wind-out windows (windshield and rear door vent), sliding rag top, louvered fender, grille filler, lower grille opening bar and two-tone paint.
Hope you dig it!
Nasty Hornet - A pro-touring style AMC Hornet concept.
Numerous changes including new Challenger center hood insert, drilled, shortened and molded bumpers, slammed stance, turbo inlets in factory light bezels and more...
Custom Chrysler - Custom Chrysler concept. Drawn originally for Rod and Custom Magazine (January '09 issue), I worked with a client to make some modifications to a 1955 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe convertible. Pencil sketches scanned and re-drawn in Illustrator, final overlay of metallic paint and highlights with airbrush, following print.
Project Sick Seconds - Concept art for a drag car project client is currently building.
1969 Camaro for Hot Rod Magazine's Drag Week features a 2,000 HP engine, composite body, tube chassis, and, as part of the rules, must drive on the street... Client requested an action shot in race trim, and a static view in street trim (hence the bigger wheels in rear view).
Custom DeSoto - A 1956 DeSoto Fireflight custom that I had drawn for Rod and Custom Magazine (January '09 issue). Full pre-viz rendering for a one-off custom car. Ilustrator artwork over pencil sketches, printed, and highlights and shading added with airbrush.
Custom Rod Anaglyph - Took an original design I had penned for Rod and Custom Magazine (December '08 issue), and decided to create a 3D version, which, as it turns out is no small feat when using only one image. After too many hours to count, I offer you the fun of digging out your red and cyan glasses (red left, cyan right eye), and groove on a pretty killer final product. Illustrator artwork starting with pencil roughs, final compositing in Photoshop.
Unibody - Project rendering for Truckin' Magazine project vehicle. 1963 Ford F-100 nibody pickup, full-custom front and rear-end treatments, flamed paint (all Adobe Illustrator)...
Shine Runner - The original, non-3D version of my moonshine-running custom rod. It's a reworked 1953 Ford, with numerous body modifications, originally drawn for Rod and Custom Magazine, Illustrator artwork over pencil sketches.
Cabriolet - Promotional rendering for street rod body manufacturer. 1933 custom Cabriolet.
Tundra Project - First color version for a SEMA propsal... (final truck will be same scheme, new colors and wheels)
Illustrator CS2, starting with pencil sketches to nail angle, look and feel.
Scion for SEMA - Concept rendering for a custom Scion for Kicker Car Audio's SEMA Show booth.
Pencil sketch scanned in (once approved), and re-drawn in Illustrator.
Rod and (mild) Custom - A quick warm-up piece before working on-=site at a client's shop... A mean '33 3-window coupe hunches in the background, while a mild '50 Olds rests low up front.
Pencil sketch scanned into Illustrator CS2, and drawn w/pen tool.
Slick Coupe - A custom rendering for a client's project Chevy.
Fully customized, and rendered in Illustrator CS2 using pen tool over scanned pencil sketches.
Boat Tail - Rendering for a client's custom Auburn Boat Tail Roadster. A modern rework on a classic car icon. Pencil sketch scanned and re-drawn in Illustrator, utilizing pen tool only, no gradient meshes or filters.
CAB's Coupe - Illustration of a Model A hot rod for a skateboarding legend and talented fellow artist.
Starliner - Project rendering for a custom 1960 Starliner.
Denali M - Concept drawing, created for Truckin' Magazine to showcase the customizing potential of the new GMC Sierra Denali.
Project 56 - 1956 Chevy hot rod rendeering. Mild custom project pre-viz for hot rod builder.
Project Amnesia - A classic take on a new Pathfinder V8... an homage to the Trans Am winning Datsun 510's.

Project Panther - Illustrator artwork. Rendering of my current personal project, a hybrid of 1971 Nova and 1969 Camaro RS sheetmetal. Aside from the Grifter set (by the amazing Troy White) used in the background, this image was created entirely using the pen tool and a mouse, just to see if I could pull it off.
'32 Roadster - Comp for hot rod project design, 1932 Ford Roadster, radical wedge section through body, severe chop and lay-back on windscreen, no channel to presereve classic early lakes feel (floors will dip down behind outer rails, which conceal modern chassis). Idea was to convey the look of an early modified with the style of early European touring and sports cars, and retain an industrial feel through use of exposed hardware, and polished/machined parts versus chrome.
Lakester - Quick sketch of a traditional-style lakes roadster... Illustrator artwork, starting with loose pencil sketch from me sketchbook.
Interior Design - Design layout for a custom muscle car interior. Blending new touches to a classic Mustang interior, while retaining the original personality of the car was the goal of the project, currently in the final stages of completion.
Big and Blue - Custom concept rendering for a Kenworth project truck.
Funny Monte - Whimsical design for a Monte Carlo funny car. Was intended as a practice piece for self-promotion.
Armada GTR - Custom SUV Concept Rendering....
A just-for-kicks illustration of some Nissan GTR styling cues applied to an Armada.
Tiki Truck - Design rendering and sketches for a Tiki-themed hot rod truck project. Illustrator 10 artwork, starting with pencil sketches and refined drawings.
Bronco Boss 302 Concept - Concept rendering of a new body style Bronco, created from an Expedition and an extended cab F-150, on a mildly shortened chassis.The inspiration is derived from the new Boss 302 blocks avaialble, tied to design cues from the 1970 Boss 302 Mustang. Illustrator CS2 artwork using hand drawn pencil roughs.
Delivery - Project rendering of a 1946 Chevrolet panel delivery for a hot rod builder.
Flare Bird - Project car design proposal of a 1967 Firbird, created to mimic the Trans-Am race car style of the late 1960's.
Dream in 3D - I had been playing for months with 3D imagery, plotting to create a solid method for converting my illustrations to anaglyphs-- doing this with one image --especially an illustration-- creates a number of huge obstacles. Suffice to say, I'm figuring it out, and wanted to share a piece here, featuring a customized (my design) 1953 Ford being chased through the back woods in a moonshine era-inspired work. Break out the red/cyan glasses, and enjoy! Many more to come....
Green and Gold - Self-promotional illustration featuring a Bellflower-styled Chevy and free-form pin stripe design.
Custom 387 - A design sketch for a mildly customized Peterbilt 387. The goal was to bring a more "old school" custom big rig feel to the new Hybrid models.
Gonzo Prints - The finished prints of the Gonzo pieces... originally a mixed-media thrash -- screen print, stencil, airbrush and inks on Masonite -- and now a couple of prints...
Inspired while I was writing a blog, expressing my dissatisfaction with where my art was headed at the time.
Gonzo Prints - The finished prints of the Gonzo pieces... originally a mixed-media thrash -- screen print, stencil, airbrush and inks on Masonite -- and now a couple of prints...
Inspired while I was writing a blog, expressing my dissatisfaction with where my art was headed at the time.
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Comments (173)
  • Thanks so much! It's alays an honor to receive your praise!

    13 years ago

  • hi. I know that I should not use words like this but - ITS F U C K N` GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what do You use to mage something like this???

    13 years ago

  • and again - great `32 ford.:):):):)

    13 years ago

  • suppah!

    13 years ago

  • nicely done.. love it :D

    13 years ago

  • Brian, This custom version definitely makes the Expedition cool. The 302 styling cues work well. DV

    13 years ago

  • Like the '56 styled graphics on the sides. Cool beach graphics.

    13 years ago

  • Nice '64 Impala Brian. Bellflower style? Does that have anything to do with the city of Bellflower, CA? That is close by to where I live. I was born in that city. A lot of lowriders there. :) Kool.

    13 years ago

  • Thanks! The Bellflower style has everything to do with Bellflower CA, and the custom car look that wass prevalent around there in the early '60's... It's a big part of what eventually became lowriders, and the Bellflower look is commonly associated with traditional lowriders... Low stance, custom paint, very few body modifications, and, of course, those cool tail pipes rising along tthe lower edge of the rear quarter panels!

    13 years ago

  • Brian! Love the Starliner! Great work!

    13 years ago

  • Thanks Don! Always a high compliment when comes from you! Thanks for checking it out, sir!

    13 years ago

  • WOW, that is excellent! What a cool looking car. The front wheel and the engine look killer!

    13 years ago

  • Brian Your artworks are simply stunning! Great technique and superb choice of vehicles. You are no doubt already aware of Don Vierstra's work, if not, please check it out at http://beachcitywagonmasters.com

    13 years ago

  • Thanks, Clint!

    13 years ago

  • Hey Gary, thanks! I know Don's work, and, in fact, found you through him! Small world!

    13 years ago

  • Great '33 Brian. The colors work well. Stance is perfect.

    13 years ago

  • Thanks, Don! Quick little project that came out alright.... Always look forward to your comments!

    13 years ago

  • Brian, I remember that Datsun. I like the detail you put into this one!

    12 years ago

  • Clean image Brian. Love the paint reflections! Is that a deep burgundy?

    12 years ago

  • Cool Deuce Brian.

    12 years ago

  • Thanks, Gary! ...and a big thanks for looking in!

    12 years ago

  • Thanks Don--- yep, a DEEEEEEEEP (in your best James Earl Jones voice) burgundy.

    12 years ago

  • Thanks, Don!

    12 years ago

  • Very dramatic angle, and powerful render! nice work!

    12 years ago

  • Hi there ! Did you make all of this artwork? It is just awesome! You are really good...

    12 years ago

  • Thank you so much!

    12 years ago

  • Wow... thanks! Yes, all of the artwork is created by me. Thank you for the glowing comment!

    12 years ago

  • This is great. I love the loose style and subtle shading.

    12 years ago

  • Thanks, Scott! It was a quick piece that just came together... The softer tones were an experiment, and I'm glad you like it!

    12 years ago

  • for real man, your projects, your portfolio, that '32 Roadster ... are amazing ! You've got skills, I love your work. And just like Mr Don V. you are as good as Chip Foose ....

    12 years ago

  • Amazing project! As Mr. Doru says: You are good as Foose!!! Congratulation.

    12 years ago

  • Fun!

    12 years ago

  • Cool pick-up Brian!

    12 years ago

  • Thanks! Great client with a TON of creative freedom. Glad that shows in the piece! Thanks for looking and commenting!

    12 years ago

  • Stunning technique, you can sense the lustre of the paint job. Great job Brian!

    12 years ago

  • Thank you so much! I've been trying to bring more depth to the painted surfaces in my work... getting there slowly!

    12 years ago

  • WOW! That looks amazing! Great job! That is one cool ass car too.

    12 years ago

  • Love the detail and composition.

    12 years ago

  • This is nice. I would rock this any day

    12 years ago

  • I am diggin this one Brian, this is evil. Man I can't believe I have dropped out, fell out, left this game...I gotta try to get back into this... Thumbs up man

    12 years ago

  • Thanks!! Me too! Fun project, and making minor changes to such a design icon was like treading across sacred grounds at times! Thanks for taking time to comment!

    12 years ago

  • Thanks, Mike and Kahren! ...and Kahren, your work is astounding... GET BACK IN IT!! Thanks again for the kind words!

    12 years ago

  • RETRO CHIC ~

    11 years ago

  • Thanks!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for checking it out!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, Jeff and Tejas... This was a fun project, and once the details started, well... it was hard to just quit.

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, everyone.. wow... those are some big shoes to try and fill, Allexander and Luciano... Much appreciated!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks! Gary-- it was a fun project... normally, I'd rather remove elements from a car to get a "clean" look... but this was fun to draw all of the accessories. Tejas-- thanks!!

    11 years ago

  • Mike-- I hear ya. The project brief was to try and bring the excitement to the "new" model (it was new then, anyway!)... and even after cutting it up as I did (mild top chop, flush-fit glass all around, eliminated pillars, shortened and molded bed, new front and rear treatments)... it's still, to me anyway, a "new" truck. Tejas-- thanks, man! I appreciate you looking in!

    11 years ago

  • great feeling for chic one ~

    11 years ago

  • sensible taste of retro style ~ good luck 2 u ~

    11 years ago

  • Stunning visual Brian! Got to agree with Mike though, having had regular use of an SRT-10 some time ago, nothing really felt like it would last much longer than a few years - I guess they just don't make 'em like they used to.

    11 years ago

  • greaaaaaaaaat !~ good luck 2 u ~

    11 years ago

  • looks very comfortable and warm !~ good job bb and best wishes with love ~

    11 years ago

  • oooh so good !!~ great job and color~

    11 years ago

  • seeing like must-have cars' collection~ good luck ~

    11 years ago

  • I think i recall seeing this in R&C. Very well detailed, great picture composition and clever colour selection. Would love to see the original sketches!

    11 years ago

  • Im a big starliner fan, and this does the car great justice. Love the background - really makes it stand out.

    11 years ago

  • My favourite here i think. Love the yellow purple contrast. Brilliant details in the bay and on the number plate too. Brilliant.

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, guys! Michael, thanks for the kind words! I'll round up the preliminary sketches and get them posted-- the design took a few twists and turns, thankfully we kept it pretty mild (there were a few "out there" ideas, especially considering that we started out to do a wild show rod before hitting upon the Chrysler... you can imagine where our heads were at the start!)

    11 years ago

  • Great!!! Love your style!!!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you all! Fun project with a great, open-minded and fun client!

    11 years ago

  • insane!

    11 years ago

  • insane!

    11 years ago

  • nice!

    11 years ago

  • nice!

    11 years ago

  • PHWOOAARRRRRR!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for checking it out!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks guys... fun to do a couple of "stockers"... the detail stuff was a fun challenge!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks guys! I had a blast drawing this one, it was an honor to be involved in that whole project!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, Easterson! Yeah, Gary, I agree... there's just something about an older truck w/a metal dash, no headliner, rubber mats for flooring... Just feels like, well, a truck.

    11 years ago

  • Thank you!

    11 years ago

  • Thats a pretty wild concept. I presume the headlamps would flip from behind the grille? Love the rear lamp and stamped lettering details. And those flames are sick.

    11 years ago

  • I wish there was more of this in the world!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks! Yes, the headlamps would be flip-up models... In fact, the grille shell is based on '67 T-Bird parts, shoved into the factory truck opening. Thanks for the kind words, and those flames were a load of fun to draw... I got wrapped up in it!

    11 years ago

  • Me too, Martin... what a fun place it'd be! Thanks for checking it out and taking time to comment!

    11 years ago

  • Well slammed Brian!!

    11 years ago

  • Super clean ride!

    11 years ago

  • Ace pro-stock door slammer Brian!

    11 years ago

  • insane!

    11 years ago

  • hot!

    11 years ago

  • insnane!

    11 years ago

  • sweet!

    11 years ago

  • nice detailing!

    11 years ago

  • ohhh!!!that is so hot!

    11 years ago

  • looks realistic!insane work man!

    11 years ago

  • hot!

    11 years ago

  • insane artwork!

    11 years ago

  • hot perspective!

    11 years ago

  • love this one!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you! The details were a fun part of it all...

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for looking in!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for taking time to check it out!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, guys! This was a labor of love in the details... Thank you for checking them out!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks, Michael! I love these cars as well! Roshan, thanks again!

    11 years ago

  • Thanks! I wanted to make the conceptual art appear as real as possible to draw more attention to the modifications... and your comment proves it was worth the time! Much appreciated!

    11 years ago

  • Glad you like it!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you... I'll have to post the updated version!! (it's even meaner!)

    11 years ago

  • Thanks! I was hoping to create a look reminiscent of old photography, yet keep a modern look with it coming out from the frame... Thank you for the kind words!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you! I gained a new appreciation for such large-scale subject matter!!

    11 years ago

  • Gorgeous Auburn Brian, I love these old glamour cars as they were all about the celebration of coachbuilding! Ever tried your hand at a Cord or a Duesenberg?

    11 years ago

  • Yet to find anything that I didn't like Brian!

    11 years ago

  • brian S !! You did great job !!~ a lovely retro styled car ~ adorable ~ good luck 2 u!! @@!

    11 years ago

  • The "teeth" are great.

    11 years ago

  • i love the composition and its presentation, its a nice reference for me :D

    11 years ago

  • Thanks so much guys... The fun part was laying it all out. I had a vision in my head of some old menu at a diner, and I think it shows a bit in the final composition. Again, thank you for the very kind comments!

    11 years ago

  • love it...insane work!!!awesome renders....nice layout understanding!

    11 years ago

  • Thank you! Glad you like the work, and I sincerely appreciate your kind comments!

    11 years ago

  • Awesome!!

    11 years ago

  • Sweet render!!

    11 years ago

  • Looks hot!!nice design too!

    11 years ago

  • very unique shape for great functionality ~ !

    11 years ago

  • one of my favourite Don...the mix between "Magnum PI" and "Ghostbusters"... FRed

    11 years ago

  • your new style makes me get moved!~**

    11 years ago

  • COOL! I never see Hornets anymore.

    11 years ago

  • Wow! I luv your auto renderings, love em!

    11 years ago

  • great layout

    11 years ago

  • so good! looks great!

    11 years ago

  • one of my favs!

    11 years ago

  • You are genius! Liked it and all your great works :-)

    11 years ago

  • Custom vans are on for a revival in my opinion! This looks perfect. Great colour scheme, some nice touches like the front diffuser and the vented roof. Not sure id want it with those modern wheels on, but thats just me!

    11 years ago

  • These renders are actually amazing! me likey :)

    11 years ago

  • Thanks so much!

    11 years ago

  • Me too... the timing is just ripe for the comeback! Thanks for the kind words and for noticing the details... I agree on the wheels... but it was for a major magazine, and sponsors like seeing their wares... Sincere thanks for the comment!

    11 years ago

  • contrast and composition is sick man. love your work

    10 years ago

  • Thanks, man!

    10 years ago

  • speechless...........

    10 years ago

  • awesome work!

    10 years ago

  • love the style, fascinating!

    10 years ago

  • Super prospect like.

    10 years ago

  • You just made me cry:)

    10 years ago

  • This is tight!!

    10 years ago

  • wow. gorgeous!!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks, man! That's a killer story, too... I wonder if they'll ever do anything with it? (they ran my van render as part of one of their "VS" columns... it'd be killer if they built it... using your Dad's van! What a connection...

    10 years ago

  • Wow... thank you so much! It was a fun project, and nice to just get lost in the littlest of details. Sincere thanks for looking in and taking time to comment!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks so much for the comments and time to look. Been experimenting lately with some techniques, and this one came together late one night. Sincerest appreciation for your kind words!

    10 years ago

  • Thanks, David! Will do.

    10 years ago

  • Cool!

    10 years ago

  • wow that is awesome.

    10 years ago

  • Very clean, crisp and descriptive presentation technique. fabulous sheet.

    10 years ago

  • tooo...gooooddd......did u sue photoshop......

    10 years ago

  • Thank you! No Photoshop... I sketched this in pencil, then scanned and completed in Illustrator. Everything you see was created using the pen tool (it was almost a Zen exercise at the end!). Thanks for the kind words!

    10 years ago

  • this stuff is making me sick it is soooo perfect!!!! you are a god!

    10 years ago

  • awesome

    10 years ago

  • Thanks so much!

    10 years ago

  • Looks great Brian! Keep experimenting every day!! So crucial to growth. :)

    10 years ago

  • Thanks, Joe! Experimentation has the been the order of the day in the studio! Thanks for your time and the comment!

    10 years ago

  • phenomenal work brian

    10 years ago

  • Thank you, Niklas!

    10 years ago

  • awsome.....

    10 years ago

  • Extreme Mod,.......Extreme cool......n insane graphic art!!!

    10 years ago

  • Great Work!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks so much!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks, guys! I loved being free to just go nuts on the flames... many, many hours just layering and doodling. Thanks for looking in!

    9 years ago

  • :O no words.

    9 years ago

  • Wow, thanks!

    9 years ago

  • cool...damned fantastic!!

    9 years ago

  • Great!

    9 years ago

  • Thanks!

    9 years ago

  • Absolutely killer design and technique.

    9 years ago

  • Thanks, Marc! Fun piece, and even more fun to see it become reality, and drive cross-country!

    9 years ago

  • Awesome

    9 years ago

  • Thanks so much!

    9 years ago

  • Very good ! Congratulations !

    9 years ago

  • Fernando and Jason, thank you both!

    9 years ago

  • very nice illustration

    8 years ago

  • Excellent work Brian.

    8 years ago

  • Mind BLOOOooowinG....!!!

    7 years ago

  • Thanks so much!

    7 years ago

  • Great artwork! I dig the 3D images :D

    5 years ago

  • Thank you, Chris! Those 3D ones kept me awake many a night... Glad that you dig them!

    5 years ago

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Brian Stupski
Illustrator/Automotive Designer Phoenix, AZ