|10-14-2007 03:13 PM|
Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop. It takes time to learn. I have been using these programs for 13 years now. The only training I had was an eight hour class in the beginning. Everything else came with time.
Thanks everyone for the comments.
|10-14-2007 08:31 AM|
Very nice work DV
I would like to ask what's a good program to get me started in my own artwork...photoshop? photochop?
|10-14-2007 01:57 AM|
Now that's a family hauler I like! Minivans, psh.
|10-12-2007 10:59 AM|
|DVierstra||I prefer the look of the '59. More interesting grille and front end.|
|10-12-2007 10:33 AM|
An existing illustration would be fine.
The 59 in my avatar is my 'weekender'.
My new project is a 66 Elky. Not really gonna go too far with it, as I intend to use it as a commuter.
Fresh interior and a manual trans and I will be good to go on that one.
I will continue working on it while I am using it.
Gotta give credit to those working on the 58-60 models, parts are scarce and reproduction is VERY limited.
|10-11-2007 09:46 PM|
|redsdad||Nice work. Miss mine. It was a 2 door.|
|10-11-2007 08:41 PM|
Thanks Brian. Yes, just about any car you can think of. Any color and modification such as wheels, etc. I think the sedan deliveries are very cool and unique too. Did you look at my portfolio on my last post? I know there are non there but I have plenty of references for 59's & 60 model years.
Are you looking for custom Ideas or just want to have an illustration of an existing sedan delivery?
|10-11-2007 08:19 PM|
can ya do that to a 59 Sedan Delivery??
|10-11-2007 03:27 PM|
1960 Brookwood- Wagons are in again
Did this for a forum member on BCWagonmasters
Started in Adobe Illustrator Imported to Photoshop and added filters for painting effects.