Sunday, December 11, 2011

something something sometime

not a challenge just aaaa.......  my lame attempt at an entertainment painting.

Thursday, December 1, 2011


My take on the honda s2000, not yellow cuz that was sooo last year. 

Sunday, October 30, 2011


My response to the Alfa challenge. 

I wish this was a real package.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Freaky FCar!?!?!

Alright here is my shiny F40 re-imagination. A little bit of organic goodness too. Lets see some Ferrari love, since everyone is a Red Bull fan now.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Sketch off super battle.

My recipe: creates one serving.

2 Huge fenders,
1 whale tail,
2 round lights
and section to taste;

mix thoroughly and let water cool.

A recipe for success.

Well its my take on the 911, at least the 2035 version of it :)

Lets see some Porsche love, post em up.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Challenge accepted.

Ok well my take on the redo of the great toyota gt1. Everyone knows if its a legitimate Le Mans racer then it has to be dirty :)

Anyway i will extend my brother's challenge again. Its the week end end post em up.

Saturday, April 30, 2011


Well here are some photos from the show my three projects Alfa, VW and Bugatti, should have some better photos of the models soon.

 My brothers awesome show.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Finally done!!!!!!!

Well i have finally graduated, its been an amazing journey, and i could not have done it without all the amazing people and friends that have helped. Thanks Guys.

Sunday, March 27, 2011


 These are models I did based of the sketches and old photographs.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Lost archives: 1971 Type 105 ext.

The Type 105, designed by Akio Morita, a former Formula 1 aerodynamicist for the Honda team.  He led  the development of the car and insisted on using the latest material innovations and technological solutions.

The 105 showcased what is commonly referred to as the first carbon fibre monocoque chassis of any production car.  The carbon fibre structure weighed in at a very slim 500 pounds, the whole car weighed only 1700 lbs.

This low eight coupled with the advanced aerodynamics of the exterior body and wings allowed for incredible performance. This utilizing of Ettores philosophy of intelligent design, materials and low weight in the 105 was in essence a true return to the old bugati traditions of high performance road cars.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Lost Archives: 1941 Bugatti Type 74 extended

Ok I found some more photos of the
Type 74.  These show it on its launch
date June 12, 1940. It shocked the
locals who had never seen anything like
it. Unofficially posted a topspeed of
600km/h. These were scanned from a book:

The untold secret past of Bugatti.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011

Bugatti has sad.

A bit of a disappointing midterm, completely missed my vision for the car. lotta work in 3d now!