Posts tagged drawing

Planning and plotting- mocking up mods for the Honda FT500 Ascot in the coming months. I’ve got my eyes on chopping that thing up a bit… the perfect platform for a dual sport. It shall henceforth be called… the Brat Tracker project.
[ Pinterest: Brat Tracker Project inspiration ] 

Planning and plotting- mocking up mods for the Honda FT500 Ascot in the coming months. I’ve got my eyes on chopping that thing up a bit… the perfect platform for a dual sport. It shall henceforth be called… the Brat Tracker project.

[ Pinterest: Brat Tracker Project inspiration ] 

Mucho Moto gives a lesson in the magical way a carb works.

Mucho Moto gives a lesson in the magical way a carb works.

Motorcycle girl illustrations from the very talented Xana Lucas in Lisbon, Portugal. Xana is a motorcyclist and tattoo artist.

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Girder fork motorcycle girl illustration.
(Source Arbres à cames et poils de martre)
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Girder fork motorcycle girl illustration.

(Source Arbres à cames et poils de martre)

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Awesome! Caju Batera sent me this totally awesome illustration based on a photo from the MotoLady Thruxton Series by Giles Clement. 
Thanks, Caju!
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Awesome! Caju Batera sent me this totally awesome illustration based on a photo from the MotoLady Thruxton Series by Giles Clement

Thanks, Caju!

[ see more motorcycle art | tagged Caju Batera ]

Motorcycle cat girl- “Seline” illustration by Otto Schmidt. 

Motorcycle cat girl- “Seline” illustration by Otto Schmidt. 

Post-apocalyptic / futuristic digital motorcycle illustration, “Best Taxi” by Calum Alexander Watt.

Post-apocalyptic / futuristic digital motorcycle illustration, “Best Taxi” by Calum Alexander Watt.

I love motorcycle drawings. Technical ones are the best. FACT.
Drawing from Darizt Design (blogspot).

I love motorcycle drawings. Technical ones are the best. FACT.

Drawing from Darizt Design (blogspot).

Incredible art by Dika Toolkit- MotoLady the graphic novel version. He calls the character Taz.

Follow his Instagram (@tookit04) and facebook. His work is amazing. I feel so honored to have been drawn by such a talented artist!

Not much tangible progress on the Monster Project as of late. Lots of planning and decisions, and small bumps in the road to completion (as usual). I spent a few hours yesterday working on my mock ups, emailing people and getting timelines taken care of. It’s looking like September (I know, I know). But in the mean time, I can stare at my drawings and drool. (And then fall victim to my slight OCD and erase and re-draw everything ten more times.)

Not much tangible progress on the Monster Project as of late. Lots of planning and decisions, and small bumps in the road to completion (as usual). I spent a few hours yesterday working on my mock ups, emailing people and getting timelines taken care of. It’s looking like September (I know, I know). But in the mean time, I can stare at my drawings and drool. (And then fall victim to my slight OCD and erase and re-draw everything ten more times.)

Crazy 80’s motolady illustration with a swerving sportbike, paraglider, rocket taking off, explosion… could it get much better?

Crazy 80’s motolady illustration with a swerving sportbike, paraglider, rocket taking off, explosion… could it get much better?

Check out my THUPER AWTHUM drawing for the Monster Project! …Okay but seriously, this is my doodle of the Monster 750 with 748 front end, tail chop and seat shape I’m going for. I’m using this as a base image on which to doodle the exhaust design and extra details.

Check out my THUPER AWTHUM drawing for the Monster Project! …Okay but seriously, this is my doodle of the Monster 750 with 748 front end, tail chop and seat shape I’m going for. I’m using this as a base image on which to doodle the exhaust design and extra details.

Motorcycle wisdom from motolady's white board at home… in other words, a personal note to self. 

Learn to adapt, expect less, be more aware.

Motorcycle wisdom from motolady's white board at home… in other words, a personal note to self. 

Learn to adapt, expect less, be more aware.

Is this an awesome Target ad or a slightly strange yet awesome illustration?

Is this an awesome Target ad or a slightly strange yet awesome illustration?