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THE BRIDE by badass-artist THE BRIDE by badass-artist
This is my 2012 Helloween tribute. It's a month late but I got it done. As usual let me know what you think.
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One of my brother's art school friends drove a hearse around for a while in Detroit as his regular car. Six-wheeled hearse might be exciting to steer. I like the organ pipes on the motor.
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badass-artist Dec 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you... It was fun. I took the traditional Frankenstien and the Munsters and through them in a blender. the dual wheels were an after thought. When I stretched the rod it looked kind of plain so I decided to do something different.
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Look: Everybody with a grade school education understands that a car with six wheels can grip the road better than a car with four. We should all be driving six-wheelers. Even bikes should have six wheels.
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badass-artist Dec 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
especially the way I've been driving lately.
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badass-artist Oct 31, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank You!!!!!
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you're welcome! :D
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Those are gorgeously drawn whitewalls.
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badass-artist Oct 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. It was a little trying to get them. Painting consistant ovals and circles (as I'm sure you know) can be a bit trying. Doing automotive is alway a challenge because of all the clean lines. The hard part for me is keeping the brush strokes consistant. Thanks again.
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kreepykustomz Oct 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Great job!
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