Tag Archives: ferrari
Another car from Nick Mason’s Ten Tenths Collection. This was a beautiful Ferrari 250GTO that was up on jackstands being worked on. The GTO was between a couple of Bugattis and a Dark Green Ferrari 512BB. A great place to … 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
I did this piece a couple of years ago, thinking I’d take it through Adobe Illustrator and never quite got to it. Perhaps this summer…
My 2017 effort for Ferrari. Force India is next on my list of things to do…
The “La Ferrari” at the 2015 Canadian International Auto Show. I’m not bonkers about a lot of “supercars” but I think this is actually a very nice one – especially from this angle…
It will be strange to see a Ferrari F1 car without the Shell logo featured prominently on the side pod, but my guess is that with the addition of Haas as a sponsor that’s probably what’s going to happen – … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while – I like the nature of the subject because it is a little more abstract in flavour than what I usually do, in as much as the subject is “closed up” … Continue reading
One of the problems with rushing off the cartoons as fast as I try to is that sometimes you come up with another idea as you’re doing it – as I did here. In the end I liked this one … Continue reading
I was very fortunate to visit Nick Mason’s car collection in the Cotswolds back in 2006. An amazing collection of cars including this, Gilles Villeneuve’s 312 T3 from 1978. Sketched from a photo I took at the time.
A sketch of the Ferrari 512S as raced at le mans in 1970 – this is the Derek Bell/Ronnie Peterson SpA SEFAC Ferrari, which only made it to lap 39… Sketch is 10.5″ x 6.5″.