Planet-Pulp puts out a monthly illustration challenge, and this month is was movie vehicles. Clearly, within my wheelhouse. However, I soon realized I’ve pretty much already drawn almost every movie car, so what would I submit? Then it came to me. Mad Max Movie cars. I like to imagine this is what would happen if Fury Road took place in Los Angeles.
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More Mad Max movie cars. This time, Breaking Bad, Akira, Fast and The Furious, Jurassic Park, Speed Racer, James Bond, Knight Rider and Arrested Development take a drive down the Fury Road. Who should I do next?
Got myself an Artstation profile - better late than never I suppose. Some new stuff there, like this scrapped Mad Max poster and some new personal illo’s and comic book covers. Updated my site with the same stuff while I was at it. #robertsammelin #illustration #artstation #madmax
Ok. I had to do one more batch of Mad Max: Hollywood BLVD vehicles. Just to get it out of my system. This time, joining the post-apocalyptic armada are the 1989 Batmobile, the Winchester’s Impala from Supernatural, Eleanor from Gone in 60 seconds, Herbie, The Italian Job Minis, Dumb & Dumber and The Homer. Oh. And my take on the Doof Wagon. I needed a large, heavy duty military vehicle to stand in for the Doof Wagon. And when I think large, heavy duty and military, there was only one way to go. Meet the Doof Walker.