1964 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk.

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Mark Crowel, May 29, 2009.

  1. Mark Crowel

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  2. Mark Crowel

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    A few months ago, I finally built a 1964 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk the way I originally intended. This was built for a fellow Studebaker enthusiast.

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  3. Zathros

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    You have a unique way of styling your cars, and I have to be honest, at first I wasn't too sure, but now I really like them. This is your style, The Studebaker looks great! Kudos to you, going at it your own way! :)
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    Zathros, my friend, thank you for appreciating my work, and being a continuing encouragement to me.

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  6. Zathros

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    You modeling reminds me "cubism". I think the photo below would serve as a good template for figures for your vehicles, which would bring them alive. You are creating cars in a cubism art form. I think you could make people. Just an idea. :)


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    Nice models, Mark Crowel, with a very own style. Thanks fro sharing! The Blue Studebaker is something special!

    Mauther
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    Terrific work! I think your style really complements the subject matter (1950's vehicles) really well. Your models remind of a certain style of drawing from that period -- I guess what Zathros calls "cubism."