Friend in Need
All of us know that dirty cars aren’t so charming a sight. So the sooner they are cleaned off the dust and washed and wiped to sparkle, the better. However Scott Wade thinks differently and uses dirt covered cars as the canvas for his awesome drawings.
The Dirty Car Art begins with a dirt filled background which are usually the dirty windows of a car. With initial strokes and thereafter the commencement of details, the artist waits to allow more dust to build up on the artwork. The accumulation of the dust allows the artist to achieve the layers required for the picture to have the necessary depth and highlights. When complete, the wonderful drawings do prove to be an exceptional feat, no less than a painting or a pencil art, achieved with mere dirt as you can perceive.
If interested in seeing more of his artwork, then you may zoom off to the dirtycarart gallery.
Mona Lisa/Starry Night