Author Archives: Bruce Thomson
Very cool and slightly beat up Land Rover from British Car Day this past September.
Apologies for the hiatus between work – I’ve been away and for various reasons was not submitting on the fly. Regardless – Evelyn and I were in Malaysia and Cambodia and I’ll start with the most obvious – a sketch … Continue reading
A lovely 1961 Corette I saw at the “Woodbridge Cruisers Hwy 27 Car Show”. The owner was very friendly and gave me a run-down on the car and all of it’s interesting quirks which was fascinating.
Evelyn and I were sitting on a Patio on the Lakeshore last weekend when this beauty pulled up. I yakked with the owner a bit and had a sit in the car – (the seats are much more comfortable than … Continue reading
More shirts! These are 3 different shirts (1 for each car) that will be available for purchase at https://www.blipshift.com/ on Friday May 31st. As ever, these are available for a limited time only, so if you want one, you’ll … Continue reading
I did this work about 4 years ago for a client who was writing a book about the Ferrari 330GTC and wanted a “cutaway drawing” as well as “Designer comments” on the car. I couldn’t have been more excited… and … Continue reading
While in Rochester, got to see this – a Frank Lloyd Wright house (the Boynton House) of which I was unaware. It’s not far from the George Eastman Museum. I sketched this at home as it is a private home … Continue reading
A sketch of the Lunar Camera (Actually, “Lunar Orbiter Photographic Subsystem”) on display at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. This thing is big – about 1 metre square, and massively complex. Built, I think in 1967. Today, … Continue reading
More development. I thought the last batch needed some “softening” in places in order to relate to the original E Type form – but I fear I may have softened these too much now and will need to tighten up … Continue reading