Another project I’d started a while back and returned to several times until finally returning to in December 2018. I give you the most iconic Land Rover, seen here in series III guise.
Progressing no more than several slightly different prototypes, the gullwinged C111 coupe was Mercedes short lived venture into using rotary engines.
This drawing was based off another drawing I had a commission for. The Clubman fronted 1275GT.
“Goldfinger…. He’s the man, the man with the Midas touch…” Surely the Aston Martin DB5 as first seen in the James Bond Movie “Goldfinger” is the most iconic car of the movies? One for my #Moviecars theme, this time drawn in a more art-deco style. I love the more simplified drawings of certain cars and … Read moreAston Martin DB5
As featured in the Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt”, this Ford Mustang was probably more of the star of the movie than Steve himself.
With this drawing I was trying to recreate an advert style image. They had a reputation for breaking and rotting but I still like that style. If only the build quality was better, it could have been a wonderful car. At a later date I was asked to draw a “poverty spec” SD1 – Wheel … Read moreRover SD1 Vitesse
Originally conceived as a flat and an almost “art deco” / French 1930’s auto poster style (see below), this MX5 had extra detail added to give it a more real-world look and feel.
Another one of my top 5 cars, the wonderful Ford GT40. Designed and built to beat the Ferrari’s at their own game after the same of Ferrari to Ford fell through. This one was drawn in a flat “poster style” with a limited palette of colours. This particular car was used in the Steve McQueen … Read moreFord GT40
OK, so it’s not a car, but just a wheel. in 2018, Jaguar announced it was to build 25 of the iconic D-Types. These 25 cars will use the original catalogued chassis numbers that were never used in the original run. The whole car is a masterpiece work of art but something attracted me to … Read moreJaguar D-Type
This was the first “proper” image I drew since I had my Affinity Designer software. As my favourite car, it was always going to be my first choice of a drawing. Like most of my drawings, they are based on a photograph and this was no exception.