Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Assembling the interior of the cars, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- All the cars throughout the entire painting…have windshields like real cars,…and when you get in close you start…to see inside of the cars, right?…So, even on the other side, you see…in the car and you start to see the dashes inside,…and the mirrors, and all the different parts…that make up the insides of the car.…So let's see how those insides were created,…because there's a very specific way…of going in there and just trapping it all in there.…Let's just look at this Volkswagen right here.…Now, again, I only create the parts…that I'm going to need, so when we look…at that Volkswagen Jetta, you notice this big hole here,…because you don't really see any of that.…
I just concern myself with what I'm going to work with.…Now, usually, I will create the cars starting…from the far left, whatever this little car…is right here, it's an Audi.…It was the first car, so I knew what…it would hide from the next one,…which I knew what it would hide from the next one.…So I knew exactly what to put in position.…And the way I planned this was that…
- Making reflections in windows
- Building the grill and hubcaps of a car
- Creating a boat interior
- Making a rope pattern
- Creating a bicycle
- Creating a bike's tires, seat, chain, and gears
Skill Level Intermediate
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