Artist Scott Wade draws unique and beautiful paintings on family cars which were left on the road covered with a fine layer of dust. In this case, limestone and clay from the road base- or “caliche” as the locals call it -of Central Texas, where Scott lives.
Having such a great canvas, Scott couldn’t resist drawing on the windows. His early drawings were usually funny faces; his dad was an amateur cartoonist, and Scott developed his own style of cartooning. He started experimenting with using a fingernail to get a finer line, the pads of his fingers brushed lightly to create some shading. Soon he was trying all his brushes to see what effects they could achieve. Here are some of Scott Wade‘s Dirty Car Art.
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