Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Mark Crowel, May 29, 2009.
A few months ago, I finally built a 1964 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk the way I originally intended. This was built for a fellow Studebaker enthusiast.
You have a unique way of styling your cars, and I have to be honest, at first I wasn't too sure, but now I really like them. This is your style, The Studebaker looks great! Kudos to you, going at it your own way!
Zathros, my friend, thank you for appreciating my work, and being a continuing encouragement to me.
Last two photos.
You modeling reminds me "cubism". I think the photo below would serve as a good template for figures for your vehicles, which would bring them alive. You are creating cars in a cubism art form. I think you could make people. Just an idea.
Nice models, Mark Crowel, with a very own style. Thanks fro sharing! The Blue Studebaker is something special!
Terrific work! I think your style really complements the subject matter (1950's vehicles) really well. Your models remind of a certain style of drawing from that period -- I guess what Zathros calls "cubism."
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