Idea for a T-Shirt, of course without the blue background. Done in Adobe Illustrator.
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Created on the iPad using Procreate App and a Adonit Touch pressure sensitive stylus.
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Recently I have seen a YouTube video making the round where a guy talks about driving a VW Passat in Europe and getting an incredible 65mpg even with a car full of people. Apron retuning home he went to a local Volkswagen dealers to buy one of these Turbocharged Diesel Fuel Injected (TDI) Volkswagens only to be told the US won’t allow the car to be sold here.
Funny how no one should take the word of a car salesman, but this takes the word of the salesman that the US is preventing VW from selling a fuel sipping car in this country.
Of course like all these conspiracies the facts are far less nefarious. For one the US government doesn’t tell an automobile company what vehicles they can and cannot sell, other than setting the regulations for things like emissions and safety, with which the manufacturers must comply.Read More
I started this in Adobe Illustrator just because I hadn’t used it in a while and wanted to keep my skill level up, Later I imported it into Photoshop for some “Tweaking”.
It is said Henry Ford had wanted a Ford to win at 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race since the early 1960s. He got his wish by building the Ford GT, later to become simply known as the GT-40 which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four consecutive times.
My painting shows the 1967 car. It was showdown time. in 67, Ford versus Ferrari. Ferrari all-aluminum V-12s with dual overhead camshafts, fuel injection and 450 bhp against the classic American booming 7.0-liter cast iron V-8s with pushrods and carburetors making 465 bhp. The driving done by A.J. Foyt and Dan Gurney (Note the “Gurney Bump”, a small bubble in the roof of the car necessary to clear the helmet of the tall Dan Gurney). Managed by Carroll Shelby.
The Mk. IV ran in only two races, the 1967 12 Hours of Sebring and the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans and won both events. The only truly all-American victory in Le Mans history, American drivers, team, chassis, engine and tires.Read More