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Post by Wookey on Sat 28 Oct - 17:20

In the golden age of advertising in the 50's, brands paid good money to paint well placed walls along roads. At the time, the owners of those houses were often quite happy with earning this money. Then some people objected that it ruined the landscape, so the practice stopped. I've seen these slowly fading all around the countryside, along old roads that nobody care to drive anymore as newer roads have been pierced. There is a lot of nostalgy when I find some that are still recognizable.
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Post by Cristian Luis on Sat 28 Oct - 17:36

Wookey wrote:In the golden age of advertising in the 50's, brands paid good money to paint well placed walls along roads. At the time, the owners of those houses were often quite happy with earning this money. Then some people objected that it ruined the landscape, so the practice stopped. I've seen these slowly fading all around the countryside, along old roads that nobody care to drive anymore as newer roads have been pierced. There is a lot of nostalgy when I find some that are still recognizable.

Hi, Wookey!

In what books could I find similar information like this? Is there any book about Formula one sponsors?

(Sorry for the off-topic.)

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Cristian Luis.
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Post by De Lacrowe on Sat 28 Oct - 20:40

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Post by Wookey on Sun 29 Oct - 10:15

Cristian Luis wrote:
Wookey wrote:In the golden age of advertising in the 50's, brands paid good money to paint well placed walls along roads. At the time, the owners of those houses were often quite happy with earning this money. Then some people objected that it ruined the landscape, so the practice stopped. I've seen these slowly fading all around the countryside, along old roads that nobody care to drive anymore as newer roads have been pierced. There is a lot of nostalgy when I find some that are still recognizable.

Hi, Wookey!

In what books could I find similar information like this? Is there any book about Formula one sponsors?

(Sorry for the off-topic.)

Regards,
Cristian Luis.

I'm sorry, but the book is still in my brain Sad just the memories of a soon to be 60 yo grandpa lol! There are groups on FB, in French however.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1455870094694783/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1567963096564230/
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Post by De Lacrowe on Fri 3 Nov - 9:43

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Post by Luigi 70 on Fri 3 Nov - 10:20

Something tells me that Marie has some good material for the 1986 season scratch
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Post by De Lacrowe on Fri 3 Nov - 11:15



@ Luigi

It starts by taking a very similar car, it recovers one of the car drawing that you want to create, you change the size of the car you are going to make, you use a chassis color of a MOD beta and change it to fit the new car. Add new tires, suspension set, engine, seat with driver and steering wheel, and after all this he is accomplished rendering for those who appreciate these historic cars. This technique is not new, and certainly many people do the job differently, but I felt right to explain what's behind some of the cars I've posted.


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Post by Wookey on Fri 3 Nov - 15:04

splendid !
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Post by Reco21 on Fri 3 Nov - 17:39

Perfetto!!!!!!!
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Post by De Lacrowe on Fri 3 Nov - 21:18



maybe my tutorial liked it for someone


A perspective without any graphic effect for those who want to see the car naked


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