A fictional biker establishment. Everything drawn by hand.

2 colors.

dk@damiankingart.com

Available here: http://www.ShopDSF.com/product/superior-motor-works-tee

  • thefERs

    Looking good! Great Texture work.
  • bleet

    class
  • lazyeye

    "Superior" looks fantastic. Great texturing and the composition is refreshing too.
  • deekin

    Thank you so much guys...
  • johncarrington

    Great illustration.
  • Beyond_Ariel

    nice
  • JINGGAM28

    Love!
  • RRAL

    Layout and typo - very good
    Illustration - decent
    Accuracy info content - lazy, Cafe Races emerged in England in the early 1960's . Europe in 1945 was still engaged in World War II. Also with a quick search and review of a few pages on cafe racers, you would see the #59 has much more significance to the history of the culture and would be more appropriate for the number plate than the easy joke of "69".
  • deekin

    RRAL said:Layout and typo - very good
    Illustration - decent
    Accuracy info content - lazy, Cafe Races emerged in England in the early 1960's . Europe in 1945 was still engaged in World War II. Also with a quick search and review of a few pages on cafe racers, you would see the #59 has much more significance to the history of the culture and would be more appropriate for the number plate than the easy joke of "69".

    Thank you for your opinion man, your a sweetie... Haters gonna hate.
  • RRAL

    deekin,
    Yes, you are correct... my design skills SUCK! I am not a graphic designer, that's why I hire Mintees members to do the design work for my line as much as possible.

    My comment was not intended to be Ass-y but I certainly was not candy coating the feed back either. If you don't want someone to point out anything,that could be useful, why not state you are only interested in positive feed back and praise.

    Sure the shop could have opened in 1945... However even major car manufactures couldn't produce new "civilian" vehicles (or where very limited) because of resource rationing on materials like metal from 1942 - 1946 in the US and longer in Europe. Then you also say "when our troop began coming home" being from California I am guess you mean American troops. However Cafe Racer Culture was not happening in the US, until the 70's. The American motorcycle counter part in the 40's were Bobbers built in a similar manner and purpose but different styling. These lead to the continuing evolution of Choppers and ground up custom builds.

    For hating - I did praise you for your layout and illustration.
  • deekin

    This isn't the place for critiques broham... You've basically hijaccked my post with your nitpicky BS... Lame.
  • atomicchild

    This piece is stellar and your line work is perfect as always
  • deekin

    Thanks Jimbo!.. ;)
  • Omen~Automation

    Very nice! Love it!
  • EastEndFishermen

    sick!!

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