Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Gran Torino

This past weekend we went to the movies to see Gran Torino, the new Clint Eastwood movie. I must say it was a good movie. I think it says a lot about people, families and is very entertaining. If you get a chance you might want to see this. Have a bag of popcorn and coke. Yep, you wouldn't be disappointed. I have never drawn a car before. Cars are necessary evils to me. I can see why it takes so long to dream up a car. There is a lot of detail in a car.

12 comments:

fengyebingxueer said...
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Teri C said...

Wow, you did an excellent job on this car. I have tried doing them also and they ARE difficult.

Also, thanks for the critque, I thought it looked good also. I like Clint.

soulbrush said...

i love clint. he can 'make my day' anytime. would never dream of trying to draw a car, this is an excellent rendition. HAW to you.

Artist Unplugged said...

Good job on the car! Clint is so good, my husband and son saw it and said it was a good movie.

SandyCarlson said...

I was thinking of a movie this weekend! That will be the one!

Judybec said...

nice sketch! I really love the perspective on this... makes the car look really cool.

marianne said...

Wow Lisa I wonder if there is anything you can´t draw/paint......
This looks great and the perspective as well.
Love Movies with popcorn!

Margaret Ann said...

I think that world could use some good old "vintage Eastwood" these days...thanks for the recommendation...and by the way ...that is an awesome car illo...really great!!!

steviewren said...

That is a great journal entry. I saw the movie last weekend and thought it was very good. It had a lot of symbolism in it and a provided lots to think about when it was over.

Julie said...

Great car painting, I must say! Awesome!

coffee said...

Gran Torino looks like a potentially good flick for gun enthusiasts

SandyCarlson said...

I saw it last night on your recommendation. Only Eastwood could be delightful as a bigoted old grouch, and only Eastwood could deliver the heart of his character as he did. What a great movie.