Here's my latest painting completed in under a day. It's a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 speeding along the Interstate 10 through the vast arid plains of west Texas. The sun sets on the Pecos Promenade, as this beautiful black Mustang roars along with a choir of 8 cylinders singing, and it's black paint job acting as a natural canvas for the hemi orange sky reflecting on its smooth, yet wild curvature. When it came to painting this, It was fun, but it had its painful moments. One of them was painting the Mustang black. In general, when it comes to painting black cars in this type of lighting, you come to realize that there is hardly any black on it at all... In fact, it's just a massive conglomeration of different shades of orange, yellow, red, and brown predominantly, which makes it a tough, but very satisfying challenge to take upon yourself. I'm happy with the location I chose as well. The view from the Interstate 10 as it meanders through the heart of Texas is a breathtaking one, and it was about time that I incorporated this landscape into an automotive painting. Anyway, all Fast Lane Design artwork by Ryan Sardachuk. Click the link to become a fan on facebook: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign
Cool lighting effect!
I can just imagine myself there.
This is stunning!
Really cool drawing! Great reflections!
awesome! I love the lighting!
One of your best! The lighting is fantastic!
Amazing job, this mustang is one of the best models too!
nice work!!! sunset does look nice and how it reflect's on the car..
nice I like how the sunset reflects off the car.