A rad off-road Bronco, and a Cobra kit that you weren’t afraid of going all sacrilage with...
Something like a 959. Sketched between meetings, conference calls, and a few other things. Sorry for the two posts, but they’re two very different endeavors.
So. It’s gotten to the point where I have to incorporate. I think I have a good name for the business. This afternoon I fucked around a bit with some graphic stuff. Not there yet, but a good start, I think.
So. Some major life changes in the past two weeks have resulted in: a new computer (love that smell), which is the drawing machine I’ve wanted for like 20 years, and the search for the right name for a new business is on. And a new client and a teaching/advising job just sort of happened.
IATA (International AirporT Abbreviations) quick sheet.
Early/mid-90s sketch of a rear-end treatment for the W220 S Class. Interesting how similar the treatment is to the 7-Series thast came 7+ years later.
Finally built a server today.
You saw one of these?
Went out to Circuit of the Americas again last weekend for a multi-group track day and parking lot car show. Lots of crazy hardware on display, but didn’t really get that many interesting pictures of any of it for various reasons. Here are a few of my favorites from the morning:
Quick pics with a real camera after a thunderstorm and a conference call.
Even more enamored.
Excuse the potato pics. Big storm this afternoon, and this literally just happened. Can’t wait to start modding. I’m pretty excited about this.
Super interesting. They all picked a different driver position.
Yeah. Don’t ever doubt that moms know their kids. For my birthday last week, mine sent me one of these:
June 30th, 2012.
Apparently some sort of driver error has bricked my desktop until I can connect a wired mouse. RF keyboard works, mouse (rf) and tablet (usb) do not.
First time in years that I actually get to watch Le Mans. Editing photos from COTA last weekend. Drawing cars and spaceships. Belly full of cheeseburger, and fridge full of beer.