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11-04-11 17:01
Billy Art
Daytona 675 front wheel drawing in progress

Here is a detail showing the front wheel from start to finish (This is from the Street Triple R print but that is really a 675 with no clothes on)

Whenever I got to this point in the Triumph drawings (T100, Thunderbird, Rocket III Touring, Speedmaster, Speed Triple, Street Triple R and Dayton 675) I knew I had about a 10-12 hour day to complete the art. I average about 1 inch an hour when I get to the detail areas

To give you an idea in the oil painting 'Triumph 100 Years' that was about 3 months work....

I just get up and get on with it - none of this 'When I am inspired' arty cobblers. Imagine your Triumph dealer when you take your bike in for its service - "Oh.... not really inspired to change oil today.... I want to look at the clouds and see inspiring pictures...."

I hope you like the art and do check out the Triumph web page and tell your friends please about my fine art prints;

More on the Simoncelli free download print later



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