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More Classic Car Pictures Available to Buy and Licence

1935 Aston Martin MkII Long Chassis Tourer on display at the 2016 London Classic Car Show

New Classic Car Pictures Available to Licence and buy as Wall Art and Gifts

I have added more classic car pictures to my portfolio. The new classic car pictures are from the recent Classic Car Show in London.

The London Classic Car Show is a great event with so much to see, its difficult to get around in a single day. This was my first visit to this show and it turned out to be quite surreal. There was a Comic-Con event on in an adjacent hall and there were hundreds of extravagantly costumed people walking around! I dont know if the events are usually on at the same time, but it was a great unexpected surprise. The lengths some of these guys n gals go to emulate their heroes has to be seen to be believed!

Anyway, back to the classic cars! As with a lot of these events, the halls were heaving with people. As mentioned earlier, you really need two days if you want to see everything. I loved talking to the owners in the Owners Club hall. Some of the restorations are an absolute credit to their owners and I love it when they want to engage with photographers and tell their story. Perhaps that is the reason I need two days to get around cos I spend too long gassing!

Many of the pictures from the show will be used as base material for new digital art pictures (see below for more details) with a selection made available to licence via Alamy.

British Classic Cars

Some classic British car designs including Jaguar, Aston Martin, AC Cars and Gordon-Keeble

American Classic Cars

Here are a selection of some classic Corvettes and a great Chevrolet pickup.

Classic Car Digital Art

I have recently been working on some digital art pictures featuring various classic cars. The two digital art pictures below have just been added for sale to the wall art and gift collection.

The first is a Marcos Mantis followed by an Austin 16/6. Alongside each picture is a closer in view of the finer details of the digital art effects.

More classic car digital art pictures will be added over the coming weeks so why not subscribe to the newsletter to hear first about the updates? If you are interested in licensing any images then follow the link to see my full classic car portfolio on Alamy.

Thanks for looking and feel free to comment below

Cheers

Gary

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