Eh, what’s so special about this car? The stance just isn’t there really, it’s just a big vinyl wrap that’s silly looking by the way, and there is hella wheelgap. Fail, right?!
What if I told you that over 800 hours went into this 8+ month old project. What project? Well, the whole car has been sharpie(d). Starting from fenders, to doors, etc!
Here is a quote from Slang’s blog.
I started this project about 9 months ago, i always wanted to sharpie a car completely but could never find the time or the right car to do. So a friend i work with just got done building his M3 and talked me into sharpien his car. I started with the driver side front fender and that was it. For the next 8 months i was drawing on this car, i wanted my project to really be WAY better than the only other car really that’s been sharpied, the Lambo from Florida about 3 yars ago. That car was dope but strictly designs no pictures and if you looked really close the lines were all fuckd up and not straight but still very DOPE. So i decided to do a few drawings along with my personal style of drawing. I picked only a few pics that i always liked and that were originally done by some of my favorite artist. It ended up being pretty much all pictures mixed with my designs, that’s why it took so long i drew everything freehand no stencils no taping no tracing all freehand, when i was finally done it took almost 600 hours to complete. I didn’t clear the car because i wanted it to look real and wanted people to be able to see that its really just your regular everyday Sharpie.
You can check out rest of the photos on Slang500‘s blog!