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    Illustrations of current and vintage open-wheel race cars.
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'32 Ford with F1-spec wheels and tires.
Haas VF-16 illustrations of both team cars and detail.
 
Panoz DP01 ChampCar (2007) and Dallara IR-05 IndyCar Series car (2008) drawn as part of a project drawing all of Justin Wilson's winning cars for a limited edition print benefitting the Wilson Childrens Fund.

During my time at INDYCAR, I drew every single Verizon IndyCar Series car as a full vector illustration in Adobe Illustrator for every race all season long for use in the event spotter guides. See the "INDYCAR Spotter Guides" project for more details, these are just a small sampling.


Scott Dixon, #9 car, superspeedway configuration with vector outline composite.
Carlos Munoz, #26 car, superspeedway configuration.
Scott DIxon, #9 car, road/street course configuration.
Graham Rahal, #15 car, road/street course configuration.
Conor Daly, #43 car, superspeedway configuration.
Brumos Porsche (Hurley Haywood's last Rolex 24 ride) drawn for a short run of prints sold at a local Porsche event, along with vector outline comp.
 

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Parnelli Jones' 1963 Indianapolis 500 victory, I created a side-view illustration of his winning car, nicknamed "Ol' Calhoun," to create a limited edition of prints. The edition was limited to 98 prints (in honor of car number 98), 25 of which were signed by Parnelli himself at the famous Yard of Bricks on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway front straightaway.
 
While working on the Parnelli drawing, I was approached about doing a similar piece with the 1964 winning car, driven by A.J. Foyt, and I did a run of 64 of those.
 
Both pieces are all vector, with the only exception being the texture for the gold leaf numbering and lettering on the car (created using a scanned/photorealistic texture).
 
 
Parnelli Jones 1963 winning car illustration.
A.J. Foyt 1965 winning car illustration.
Parnelli Jones signs 25 prints on the Yard of Bricks at Indy...with the actual car visible in the background on track.
Mr. Jones poses with yours truly. Super nice guy...and he still does 80 pushups a day, so don't mess with him.