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Instead of a sepia tone, I decided to stay with a realistic photograph of the vintage car. The background consists of a vintage map - and an old neighbors stamp. The substrate is cherry wood.
I may add some tacks or nails to the corners of the wood.
Posted on June 08, 2011 at 09:04 AM in Collage, Mixed Media | Permalink
collage, mixed-media art, old map, vintage car, wood
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In my opinion. it would be prettier if there are nails on the corners. But that one is already gorgeous! Some people might even use that for a post card and send them over to their loved ones. They would surely be glad to receive one! Btw, it's good you didn't use a sepia tone! ;)
Ivo Beutler |
June 29, 2011 at 04:38 PM
Beautifully made! I could display it on my living room.
classic restoration |
December 15, 2011 at 11:25 PM
You did right by sticking with the realistic photograph instead of going with sepia. Using sepia would have toned down the colors of the photograph, making it less dramatic. After all, the color of that car is absolutely stunning, and it would be a waste to just turn that into copper in the picture.
Delsie Maidens |
December 16, 2011 at 02:20 PM
Is this car still working? If it is, that would be great. Vintage cars like that are so hard to find, more so maintain. Well, it seems like it's in good condition. Even the plate looks in good shape. What city is that in the background? It looks a bit like Rome.
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