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woodward-vinsetta-garage
Dusk 'Til Drawn

I’ve had this shred of paper hanging over my desk for as long as I can recall, and the words on it have always proven true: “All things are delicately interconnected.”

I was but a toddler when Steve Lisk’s brutal ’71 Hemi-powered Challenger (it was originally a 383 car) prowled Woodward Avenue, yet that car carved a place into the foundation of my car guy-ness. And forty years later, it reenters my world. All things are delicately interconnected indeed.

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learn-to-draw
Dusk 'Til Drawn

Ever wanted to learn the basics of creating your own Problem Child Kustoms-style rendering? Today, we’ll lay out the basics, and give you the tools needed to start creating your own drawing of a slick 1967 Chevelle.

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tom-fritz
Podcasts

Coming soon to the Round Six Podcast: The gearheads sit and talk painting, composition, postage stamps and infected nipple-inspired colors with legendary artist Tom Fritz. What, did you expect some dry, “Art in America”-type interview from us? Hold your breath for that.

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chad-reynolds
Podcasts

The Round Six gearheads sit with Chad Reynolds from Bangshift.com and talk project cars, racing, events, and even liberated custom refrigerators. It’s all in there, and then some.

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kuhni-hot-wheels-art
News

You probably don’t know the name Otto Kuhni, but you know his artwork. Up until the mid-1990’s, he had created artwork for the original blister card and many of the collector’s buttons, play sets, and accessory packages for tracks, curves, jumps, loops and double loops and more.

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history-revised
BlogDusk 'Til Drawn

History always begs to be rewritten. Being a physics aficionado, the theory of multiple dimensions holds a special place in my brain. Couple that with a love for all things science fiction, and my synapses light up with boundless ideas and tales of the bizarre. Taking the above into consideration, behold the final iteration of the winningest Thunderbird on the opposite side of the space-time bubble.

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drawing details
BlogDusk 'Til Drawn

In my line of work, time is the enemy. There’s never enough of it. You can only create so many pictures in so much time, and time keeps slipping away from you. Oh, sure… you go at the day with the greatest intentions, but by noon, the day’s half gone (or even less on some more marathon days), and you’re three hours deep in rendering headlamps or hair.

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bellflower-herb-alpert-album
BlogDusk 'Til Drawn

I like looking at things from a decidedly different angle. I am often inspired to seek out the inspiration behind a trend, or a particular style. Such was the case here once again. This time, the path leads us to Bellflower, California.

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ingenuity goes kustom
Dusk 'Til Drawn

Each day I’m confronted with the challenge of bringing unique ideas to a project, and in some cases, finding ways to stretch a budget, and draw in some wicked little details to set a car over the top. It’s a matter of using what’s there in front of you (and occasionally what doesn’t exist!) in a new or different way, and then getting it all to flow.

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rendezvous-inspired
Dusk 'Til Drawn

Claude Lelouch’s Rendezvous remains the original street racing viral video, and for all intents and purposes, it’s perfect. And it has been one of the major inspirations in my art since seeing it nearly thirty years ago. That’s some staying power indeed.

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