Sunday, February 1, 2009

Some process






Here is a little bit of the progression of the bike. I was a little surprised by the amount of work that went into it, but i think the extra time paid off. I really try to stay away from stencils, though i use shields to get crisp edges, I think that free handing gives me more room to play with the piece and not get bored.

6 comments:

Oliver Dominguez said...

That is SICK MAN!!! Your work is getting better and better. Love this one man. Keep doing what your doing.

Cheers,

Oliver

Watts said...

These are awesome bro! I love what you're doing with zee airbrush!!

Matt said...

Hello WIll,

Firstly my friend Carly, whom you've met at the Illustration Academy, told me to take a gander at your work. And I am glad I did! You have some mad skills with the airbrush. Great to see. I just did my first airbursh piece ever and it is cool to see what someone who's good is doing with it.

Dustin dArnault said...

Dude the work is looking awesome!!! How have you been brother? I miss the crew so much man. What have you been up to besides bad ass airbrushing?

Duncan Barton said...

The octo-1 is looking amazing. Whenever I get a new bike I'm totally going to road-trip down to see you and I wont leave until it gets a Ralston paint job, lol. Hope the year is going well for you Will, keep up the good work!

Pedro Garcia Millan said...

ALERTA!

La estafa automotriz mas grande en el territorio Mexicano…

Para MAS informacion pinche:

http://expoautos.blogspot.com/2005/06/expo-autos-estafadores-morelia.html

Gracias