Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by fraserb, Mar 7, 2015.
Latest machinery related one
The wifes latest
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Now that christmas is out of the way she can show some of her latest ones
Not ag related
@CORK never told us he commissioned a portrait of himself to mark his recent 50th
Some of the lads on here would happily buy this as a dartboard.
Same brand bike as mine but I’m much more svelte
Oh dear not another MAMIL,,,,,, ........
And another doodle
The horses seem popular at the moment, now that her christmas rush is over she has spaces for some commissions
Finally another tractor and a bit different this time
All those subject trucks is awesome such a talented person I wish I can do also something like that it was so nice and neat fully detailed and so nice to see looking forward for more ideas and other subjects of yours keep on drawing things you love great job. I wish you can draw subjects like flowers and picture perfect view of fields and waters also.
One of her christmas commissions.
That Ford consul I think it is, the chrome work is amazing for a drawing, some talent.
I thought it was a Triumph Herald??
I would say it is a Corsair as well.
First name from that era that came into my head was Consul but it is a Corsair, they were rare enough on the roads around here, the only one I remember had a V4 engine in it.
I'll say you guys are right!!!
An uncle of mine had a pale blue Ford Corsair , with a V4 engine for a couple of years , 1974-5 at a guess. 1.5 Litre I think. He fitted a gas conversion kit to it. PMPA garages sold the gas at that time. A rough sounding engine from memory. You stopped the engine turned over to petrol , and when it was running for a few minutes you could change over to gas . I think the mpg was poorer by 2 or 3 mpg on gas. Also , the gas tank took up the majority of the boot space.