This is nearly finished. It has been a good distraction from the heat and smoke and car work.
Love the detail on the seat cushion!
Wow, maN and boy that is nice!
I don't know why your thread title made me think of that old expression (of which I twisted the cases to fit the circumstances). I wonder how many here are familiar with it?
Regardless, BEAUTIFUL work.
beautiful talent! wonderful!
Stunning detail, Rich ! The expression on the boy's face says, "Can I drive it to town this time, Dad ?"
VERY nice, Rich!
Incredibly lifelike and excellent close in detail. Thank you for sharing your awesome talent Richard....I have a question: Can anybody explain to me how a set (4 pieces) of landau arms similar to your painting can be installed on a “3 legged” top socket as in your painting? I have the buggy looking top and iron landau set that I’d like to install on a ‘10 Maxwell runabout, which way should the long and short arms pivot? Thanks all
Do these help any?
These are Maxwells.
Perfect Richard !!
I can see by the gentle curve in the individual segments how they fold now and how they’re made rigid when the top is up. Thank you!!
Unbelievable talent Rich! Thank you for sharing with us.
A pleasure to see, Rich. Textures rendered so well you can feel them !!
Diddling with that button in the seat...
I think someone had said "A painting will transport you."
I've just been knocked about 40 years to the side.
Lots of things going on for everyone right now.
Blatant bump. :-)
Reminds me of the work of some of the Dutch Master's . Very fine work.
I always enjoy your paintings so much! Thank you for sharing them with us.
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Beautiful work Richard!
Thank you for sharing.
"You've been at it again!"
WOW, you have such a talent, I wish I could do that! Your painting have feel.
Still waiting for that "coffee table book" showing all of your wonderful art work!!!
I could not paint myself into a corner with a four inch brush! My hat is off to you, sir. Cheers, Bill