Motorcar Painting No.8 Remote Controlled Cars

Motorcar Painting No.8 Remote Controlled Cars

A painting produced by only using remote controlled cars with tools attached and without seeing what they was creating. Again created using a strict system of random decisions regarding number of layers, tools, colours etc. Visit my website at www.markchadwick.co.uk or follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/markchadwickart. Thanks for viewing!

Posted by markchadwickart on 2011-12-21 17:38:21

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Painting with Toy Cars Process

Painting with Toy Cars Process

Here’s a police car at work on Motorcar Painting No.1 made in 2006. It’s a bump and go toy car so when it hits the sides it just backs up making a continuous process until the brush runs out of ink. The car door is broke due to an incident with a paint brush.

Visit my website at www.markchadwick.co.uk, or follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/markchadwickart. Thanks for viewing!

Posted by markchadwickart on 2011-12-21 18:19:48

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Red Jaguar Mark 1: Chrome “pouncing Jaguar” statuette on front of the hood, plus badge on hood

Red Jaguar Mark 1: Chrome

The owner of this car posted a comment describing it thus (with added links to photos of what’s being described):

Hey Guys, thanks for noticing my car! 1958 MK1 3.4 Auto. I did add spoked wheels as the pressed steel rims were warped and not safe. I could not find originals and I like the spoked better. The cut away spats are in fact original to the 3.4 model, the earlier 2.4 had the full spats. I am sure the MK2 spats do not fit this car. I have the chrome for the front and rear windscreens but I think the prior owner put the wrong rubber seals so at present cannot be installed. The doors/windows are completely original and not the same as the MK2. Thank you again, she has had much suspension and breaking work and is cruising around with ease.

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Red Jaguar Mark 1: Parked in front of the garage

Red Jaguar Mark 1: Parked in front of the garage

The owner of this car posted a comment describing it thus (with added links to photos of what’s being described):

Hey Guys, thanks for noticing my car! 1958 MK1 3.4 Auto. I did add spoked wheels as the pressed steel rims were warped and not safe. I could not find originals and I like the spoked better. The cut away spats are in fact original to the 3.4 model, the earlier 2.4 had the full spats. I am sure the MK2 spats do not fit this car. I have the chrome for the front and rear windscreens but I think the prior owner put the wrong rubber seals so at present cannot be installed. The doors/windows are completely original and not the same as the MK2. Thank you again, she has had much suspension and breaking work and is cruising around with ease.

Pasting then from Wikipedia: Jaguar Mark 1:… Read More