Here's my latest painting: It's a 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo involved in a Hollywood-esque car chase from the perspective of A 1974 Dodge Monaco police car's interior. Again I tried to encapsulate 1970s Action movies, with car chases, gun fights and all. Instead of being the wheel man of the getaway car like I have often done in the past, I decided to seat you in the pursuer's perspective of the whole chase. To try and make it look like a police car interior, I added many fairly obvious details like the CB radio, The visible sleeve of a police uniform on the pursuer's arm, and the clearest giveaway is the Donut flying across the dashboard as he violently takes the corner at break neck speeds. The Monte Carlo is a very stylish getaway car which offered both elegance and aggression. Its robust stature, impressive power pretty much make it a battering ram in this kind of scenario. I'd also imagine that the cushy seats in the Monte Carlo would put you at ease as you try to getaway with whatever you did. In this painting, I also tried to give my motion blur "muscles" a workout, and the emphasis on that is prevalent in this piece. Overall, I'm pretty happy with it... Plus now I FINALLY have a Monte Carlo in my gallery, which was a long requested car by many people. Anyway, All Fast Lane Design artwork by Ryan Sardachuk.
Kinda reminds me of the game Driver for the PS1. Great job! ^_^
awesome Monaco!! i drive one!!
I like the style!
isn't this the perspective of the driver view (or close to it) in Midnight Club L.A?
I actually used a screen shot from driver SF as my reference photo. many detailed car interiors in that game
love these car chase pics they're awsome.
Neat! I love the perspective on this one. XD
Thanks. Motion blur is the biggest pain in the known universe to paint. haha
This is one your best painting imo. Gotta love that flying donut
My dad owned a 70' Monte Carlo. One of the best muscle cars IMO.
Very good I really like it