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Greg
Minnesota
Technologically inept artist trying to post stuff.
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Ok, I'm back. I was being a bit indecisive about what to post the last few weeks. Today's post shows where I'm at right now with color and reflection. I've been avoiding this sort of thing because I don't know exactly how to execute these things. May as well put... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2019 at Greg's Art
Tonight I republished the posts that included pics. The changes were an addition of my signature with the date of the original posting and some search engine stuff. Other than that, the posts are the same as they were when I originally posted them. Why was I posting the pics... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2019 at Greg's Art
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Today I'm posting one of my attempts at perspective. I've tried drawing this way in the past, but it's never quite turned out. I'd like to add a bit more dynamism and life to my drawings, so we'll see where things go. The reason I pretty much gave up on... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2019 at Greg's Art
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No post last week, I was out of town. Also, I've been doing some research on Nash, Hudson, AMC, and Eagle. So there might be a few posts about those cars coming up. One of the things I've learned in my recent studies is that when Chrysler bought AMC Jeep,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 4, 2019 at Greg's Art
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Today's post is a design for a Honda Del Sol in 2019. I came up with this when I was wondering why Honda's up-level brand Acura seems to be struggling. I couldn't figure out why this luxury brand is having such a hard time in the marketplace. After doing some... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2019 at Greg's Art
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This design from my archives is of a Pontiac Grand Prix that I did back around 2005. If you recall from one of my earlier posts, by the time 2011 rolled around, I decided to switch the Grand Prix from "personal luxury coupe" to "supercar". This is one of those... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2019 at Greg's Art
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Today's post will be a Chevrolet Monte Carlo. When I first started taking an interest in cars, this one caught my attention. Montes have been a favorite of mine for quite awhile. There are many redesigns in my archives, but this is my most recent one. I was going to... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2019 at Greg's Art
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"Archives? You just started this blog. How can you have archives?" After quitting college back in the late '90s, I started purchasing sketch pads to get my ideas recorded. Unfortunately, most of them aren't signed or dated. There may be a drawing in a particular book that is dated or... Continue reading
Posted Jul 7, 2019 at Greg's Art
So my two week free trial period here is coming to a close. I know I haven't posted much, but I still plan to keep at it. As my first post mentioned, I've been interested in art and cars for quite some time. So if this is something I'm passionate... Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2019 at Greg's Art
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Happy 4th of July, everyone! Today I'll be posting one of my "could've been" designs. So back in 1980, Chrysler released a rear wheel drive, mid-size chassis referred to as the M-body. It was used for the Plymouth Gran Fury, Dodge Diplomat, Chrysler Fifth Avenue, and a whole lot of... Continue reading
Posted Jul 4, 2019 at Greg's Art
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Typically my drawings are done to a scale of 1mm = 1 inch. These Pontiac sketches are just in a notepad, so no scaling here. I may go further with these designs in the future. This posting is part of a larger GM lineup that I came up with back... Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2019 at Greg's Art
Hello, everyone and welcome to my blog! Here on this site I'll be posting mainly sketches of automotive concept art. What could have been, what should have been, what might be, etc. For the most part I'll be concentrating on mainstream or defunct makes and models or slow-sellers. I've had... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2019 at Greg's Art
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