Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Traditional Art / Student Premium Member Ryan SardachukMale/Canada Groups :iconclassiccarlovers: ClassicCarLovers
 
Recent Activity
Deviant for 4 Years
12 Month Premium Membership
Statistics 318 Deviations 827 Comments 32,984 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

Favourites

Critiques

Activity


The Lovable Loser (AMC Pacer Painting) by FastLaneIllustration
The Lovable Loser (AMC Pacer Painting)
Here's my latest painting, and very late Christmas gift to you all. It's a painting featuring a 1977 AMC Pacer, a lovable loser of the malaise era. After waiting all morning for the Methadone Clinic to open followed by a visit to the tree lot, the owner of this AMC Pacer is now getting some last minute Christmas shopping done. I set this painting in the early 1990s, since this is the last time that Pacers were truly abundant on the roads before being scrapped closely to the point of extinction so to speak. And this Pacer pictured above demonstrates what kind of condition that most AMC Pacer's would have succumb to circa. 1994. After many years of neglect and abuse, the owners have received: 
12 years past warranty, 
11 part time jobs, 
10 back seat puke stains, 
9 parking tickets, 
8 failed relationships, 
7 fender benders, 
6 three AM trips to the 7-Eleven, 
5 blown piston rings, 
4 engine rebuilds, 
3 attempts to sell, 
2 transmission swaps, 
in a Pacer that's somehow running. 
For my long time fans, there's an "easter egg" within this painting somewhere that you might have picked up on. Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Glen Sardachuk. Click the link to join the official facebook page:www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or go to the official website atwww.fastlaneillustration.com
Loading...
Scrapyard Ambush (Painting) by FastLaneIllustration
Scrapyard Ambush (Painting)
Here's my latest painting titled "Scrap Yard Ambush".  I decided yet again to emulate the dramatic lighting often seen in older crime thriller movies.  I also included heavy downpour, and a hitman overseeing the area preparing to what he was paid to carry out.  I hope you all like it.   Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Glen Sardachuk. Click the link to join the official facebook page: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or go to the official website at www.fastlaneillustration.com
Loading...
Optimus Prime Painting by FastLaneIllustration
Optimus Prime Painting
Here's my latest painting commissioned by a client as a Christmas gift for his son.  It's featuring Optimus Prime, a Peterbilt 379 Series truck from those Transformer Movies.  I situated it in an action packed sequence for maximum dramatic effect.  hope you all like it.  Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Sardachuk. Click the link to join the official facebook page: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or go to the official website at www.fastlaneillustration.com  
Loading...
Ran Great When I Last Parked It by FastLaneIllustration
Ran Great When I Last Parked It
Here's my latest painting titled "It Ran Great When I Last Parked It".  It features a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge that has been massively overvalued for the condition that it is in as it rusts away in the yard of the mildly insane cat lady and her deadbeat son.  This was based off of many relatable encounters with car hoarders overvaluing their cars because of the skewed values of automobiles that we see in renowned car auctions like Barrett Jackson, when we see examples of mint condition Pontiac GTO Judges selling for quite a pretty penny.  I composed this piece keeping those ideas in mind, but also having fun and diving into the box of white trash stereotypes that I could smear extensively into this scene.  The Nuclear Power funnels as well as the Ford Aerostar with the failing pet grooming business crudely advertised on the side are the icing on the cake in my book.  Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Glen Sardachuk. Click the link to join the official facebook page: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or go to the official website at www.fastlaneillustration.com
Loading...
Terminal 6 Turmoil (Action Painting) by FastLaneIllustration
Terminal 6 Turmoil (Action Painting)
Here's my latest painting as well as the latest addition to the Dramatic 70s/80s Painting collection that I've been producing recently.  I've titled it "Terminal 6 Turmoil", and created a fast paced action foot chase shot of a heated altercation involving a briefcase full of money unfolding in the loading zone of Los Angeles International Airport in the year 1979.  I've left it open ended so that you can construct a whole narrative out of the Imagery here, so go ahead and do so.  Much of the inspiration was extracted from movies like Bullitt, The Seven Ups, The French Connection, etc as I tried to really grasp an understanding of artificial lighting that would be common in a setting like this.  Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Sardachuk. Click the link to join the official facebook page: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or go to the official website at www.fastlaneillustration.com
Loading...

deviantID

FastLaneIllustration's Profile Picture
FastLaneIllustration
Ryan Sardachuk
Artist | Student | Traditional Art
Canada
Current Residence: calgary alberta canada
Favourite genre of music: classic rock and country any day of the week
Favourite Artists: Ralph Goings, Chip Foose, Thomas Kinkade, Ian Guy, Dave Snyder.
Favourite style of art: Car Art, retro, photorealism
Interests

I've been thinking lately about my artwork. I've enjoyed making this Life Story Of A Chevy Chevelle Series so far, and I feel that It'd be cool If I started another life story up for a different car with an entirely different story too. Feedback? 

77%
48 deviants said Yes, I'd Like to see another Automotive Life Story after this one.
19%
12 deviants said Yes I'd like to see another automotive life story, but please make some different unrelated paintings along side it.
2%
1 deviant said No, One is enough for now. Another one would be a bit redundant.
2%
1 deviant said No... It was bad enough of an idea to do one life story of a car.

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconjlfurry:
jlfurry Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014
Sorry the delay, Happy Birthday! :D
Reply
:iconswiftysgarage:
SwiftysGarage Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014
Happy birthday!  I hope your day's been a good one filled with family, friends, and lots of cake & cars. :)
Reply
:iconthedirestraits:
thedirestraits Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Happy happy birthday!:D 
Reply
:iconjames-dark-blue-wolf:
Happy Birthday
Reply
:iconhaydenhester:
haydenhester Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  New member
Happy Birthday!
Reply
:iconhaydenhester:
haydenhester Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  New member
I love the Life Story Of A Chevy Chevelle Series! Its great! I actually have a 72 chevelle that came from California. Chevelles are great cars!
Reply
:iconmecengineer:
mecengineer Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014
Happy Birthday
Reply
:icondenver44:
Denver44 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday, Ryan!
Reply
:iconlouiseugeniojr:
LouisEugenioJR Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday.
Reply
:iconnikon-ninja:
Nikon-Ninja Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Happy birthday!

Wondering when the estimated release date for the Chevelle Story book is... really excited to get me a copy, and would love to read the detailed in-depth descriptions of the car surviving Hurricane Andrew, being vandalized by Eileen, being stolen, being dumped in Grand Lake, and Kurt living in it.
Reply
Add a Comment: