Reference sketches

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The Blower.  Pencil and digital paint.  Study through drawing allows the final art work to flow naturally.
The Blower.  Pencil and digital paint.  Study through drawing allows the final art work to flow naturally.
The Blower.  Pencil and digital paint.  Study through drawing allows the final art work to flow naturally. The Original Bentley Continental GT.  Study in pencil for the Continental GT sculpture.  A celebration of the beautifully styled car which elevated this iconic brand to new heights. The Blower.  Study in pencil for The Guest of Honour.  The drawing process enables the artist to study his subject in greater depth. The Birkin Special.  Study in pencil for The Dream of Speed. Sir Henry 'Tim' Birkin with his single seater Special.  Study in pencil for The Dream of Speed. On March 24th 1932, Tim Birkin raised the lap record at Brooklands to 137.96 mph. The Flying B.  Study in pencil and digital paint for the new Flying B Sculpture.

Reference sketches

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To develop an idea, it is helpful to explore different approaches through drawing. Sketching allows a theme to be considered and refined before committing to 3D. Many alternatives can be worked through, allowing ideas to be recorded visually and discussed. Once a satisfactory impression has been formed, it is time to explore the concept in 3D.