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The cutaway drawing and its artists

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Posted 07 January 2006 21:15

Inspired by the mention of drawings and cutaway drawing in the fairly recent Ford SCA thread, I find it timely a TNF thread is dedicated to this amalgamation of art and technology and the artists have provided us racing car so much technical insight and pleasure over the years.

The cutaway drawing perhaps did than anything to kindle my in the technical side of motoring in and racing in particular – informative and so to look at. I’m sure other may recognize that sentiment.

For it seemed to me that the cutaway was such an integral aspect of information and data concerning all motoring in general, and racing in particular. There was a time one could count on a number of drawings in numerous motor related publications to keep one over the off-season – they seem anywhere near as anymore, though Giorgio is still very active. I why that is: Is it due to the current and increasing resulting from corporate and megabudgets in all levels of racing, the of a lost art … off and not being or is

it because publishers believe current corporate customers and us will accept nothing than a fully rendered 3D graphic model? Thoughts,

My personal favourite is Tony who appears still to be active, one finds the right publications. In I find that his colour are without peer – simply Never the most detailed, but crisp and tangible with mathematical precision.

The cutaway drawing and its artists

For monochrome the late, great Jim Allington was the – the amount of detail he could was staggering, and he was an expert in combining and ghosting techniques. He seems to inspired the equally impressive Kimble, who does seem to go overboard on detail occasionally,

I’ve already mentioned – I wonder if Italians Rosso and the are still alive and active – all good at colour work, as the French Bellus – are they around?

Others that I can think of are Brian Hatton, Theo Bill Bennett – there more good ones in Motor, MotorSport and Autosport I can’t recall off-hand. of lovely line-and-wash work.

there is, and were, the more technical renderings – not so much – of Werner Bührer and Bob Freeman.

I’m others can add to the list – perhaps information on what publications the artists were and are active in and now!

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