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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Flying Doctor Service flys high.

The Classics on Cowes collected more than $7800 for the Flying Doctor Service. Double last years efforts. Some great bikes and good people. Major thanks go to Ray Pobjoy and his tribe. We are all looking forward to next year. Cam Donald was also there to lend a hand.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Look for the Flying Doctor
There is only four weeks to the Phillip Island Grand Prix and the Classics on Cowes charity display. Last year was a great success and this year will be bigger and better. More unusual and rare bikes will be started and ridden. Get in close to some special machines that not often see the light of day. All proceeds will go to the Flying Doctor. Many motorcyclists owe this service in one way or another.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Long lost painting.

Where have you been? You have been gone for 15 years. It is like an old friend has at last returned.
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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Project Yamaha XS650

From a few boxes of bits a 1972 Yamaha XS650B will arise. It should not be too hard to get this dream machine from my past back on the road. There seems to be many places to get those inevitable little missing parts. Now just to find the time to get into the shed and make some progress. To see my gallery of paintings of classic bikes click - HERE.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Triumph Adventurer

The TR5T Triumph Adventurer was perhaps one of the finest 500 twins ever built. It was a wonderful trail bike with a light weight oil-bearing frame from the BSA singles. With long travel suspension, conical hubs and a polished tank this is a cool looking machine. To see more of my work go to the gallery - HERE.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Velocette VIPER

A magazine of the time commented that the Velocette Viper was good for sustained tireless performance while achieving 85-90 m.p.g. Also the Viper was good for a man who investing in a machine of near-Clubman's T.T. standard, seeks to use it for everyday purposes. To see more of my work or buy a poster please go to the gallery , click HERE.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Popular Norton Commando

Recently some enthusiasts have ordered A1 size posters, they have a turned a treat and a great size for capturing the detail in the artwork. To see more of my work go the gallery, click HERE.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Road to Ruin

My Goldie is a 1962 500 DBD34 Clubmans. The colour is Nutely Blue which was used on the New Jersey bikes such as the Cataliner scramblers.

All BSA Gold Star motorcycles were hand built and legend has it that this expense was a primary factor in the demise of BSA.

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Sunday, February 27, 2011

The World's Finest Motorcycle

The 101 Scout was produced between 1928 and 1932, it was noted for its handling and was popular with racers, hill-climbers, and trick riders. It is still used in wall of death stunt exhibitions. Enthusiasts have differing views on the replacement of the 101 Scout. Fans of Indian's technical achievements acclaim the 101 Scout as the pinnacle of Indian technology, while fans of classic Indian styling hail its replacement for bringing classic Chief styling to the Scout line. This Indian Scout was widely regarded as the best motorcycle Indian ever made. Wiki.
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

1966 Triumph Thunderbird 6T - Final

I have just added the Triumph Thunderbird logo and English flag to finish of my painting. This adds a bit of bling and info to set the bike off a bit better. To see more of my work click - HERE.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Triumph Thunderbird update - design.

The Triumph Thunderbird is now complete so it time to add some design, starting with the Triumph logo and the shadow under the bike; both these elements make the Triumph stand out from the white background.
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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Triumph Thunderbird 6T update - Tone.

I have added highlights and shadows to the colour of the Triumph Thunderbird. It is becoming a 3D object now. It looks too dark but when the background scene is created it will be OK.
I find the next crucial stage very difficult. What to put in the background? Definitely something that reflects the attitude of the Thunderbird 6T. Atmosphere and mystery are important to me so it will take some experimenting. To see some more finished works click - HERE.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Triumph Thunderbird art update 2

I have added a bit of colour behind the black line work. That was the easy bit and now comes the difficult and time consuming but fun stage of painting some life into this dead Triumph. I will create highlights and shadows that will transform this dull image into a living breathing
Triumph Thunderbird worth riding.
If only.
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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Triumph on the drawing board.

Here is the first stage of a illustration of a 1966 Triumph Thunderbird 6T, the last with the headlamp nacelle. The Triumph Thunderbird name was dropped in 1966, reappearing briefly in the 80s and later in the 90s with the 900cc Triumph triple. I will post further stages of the illustration as they are completed.
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