I think I'll do the first one.Cold&warm said:I had a hard time to find this thread back.
As I have said before, I have quite a problem to wrestle myself away from the stone age. It shows very painfully when using the web with a forum like this one.
While I was searching for your artwork thread, all of a sudden, I do not know how it happened, there was a thread on my screen with all kinds of pictures of people, also yours.
It looks as if your main concern were the cars, for the picture is taken from far or with a wide angle.
I surmise the car you never heard of from the three we were dealing with in the "bestie" thread is the Graham Paige.
I obviously do not know much about cars, but my mum repeated the name from her childhood, middle or late 1920s - early 1930s, I guess. She said it was the only car that was around at the time. I must say that my maternal grandfather - BTW a devoted aquarist, animal (among others birds, deer) and plant lover - displayed an exquisite taste in whatever he undertook. He also had a marvelous bass baritone voice.
I cannot ask my mum anymore about the car, for she already joined her daddy in the place where no cars are needed anymore.
This one looks very good, I like the distinguished colors in the first picture:
Many thanks in advance!
Just finished the Duesenberg Model J drawing . I'll upload it and a couple others tomorrow.