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This is a digital painting of Jenson Button... this one has taken a long time (alot of hours at least) to get the detail in the cars especially the 2012 McLaren with its reflective surface.

The cars are all cars that provided wins for Button. His first win back in the 2006 Honda, His first championship in the Brawn in 2009 and his most current win in the beautiful 2012 McLaren.

Pobb

Prints are available
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Digital portrait about 2010's Formula 1 World Champion, Sebastian Vettel.

Made in Ps CS5 with tablet(bamboo p&t A5)
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EditWhat better day than today to repost my Seb Vettel drawing I did back in May. Congrats to him on becoming the 2011 F1 World Champion

Sebastian Vettel

2010 Formula 1 world champion.

So this is my very first 'proper' digital portrait drawing. Man it was fun but it hasn't half taken me some time to complete.
You can see from the first wip, this was started last year.

WIPs -
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This was drawn in Corel Painter 11,
with just 3 tools -2b pencil, eraser, and blending stump (varying the size and opacity)- and in one single layer (I wanted to ake it as much like a pencil drawing as I could, as that's what I'm used to after all)

ps. I still prefer working in pencil, if only there was a 'Ctrl + Z' you could perform in real life it would be perfect.
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Felipe Massa, Ferrari, Bahrain
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SENNA

This is something I have been working on for hours and hours, I am finally finished, This is a tribute to one of - if not the - greatest formula driver in history!

This was done with nothing but a mouse and Paint Shop Pro and HOURS of time!

I am just pleased it's finally finished

Pobb
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This is a personal tribute to two heroes of mine.

The weekend of the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, held at Imola, is widely regarded as the blackest weekend in the history of Formula One and one of the worst moments in motorsport in general. It saw Rubens Barrichello knocked unconscious in a horrific accident on Friday; several spectators seriously injured when Pedro Lamy's Lotus collided with the stalled Benetton of JJ Lehto at the start of the race, spewing debris into the grandstands; and it saw a loose wheel ploughing through Lotus and Ferrari mechanics after falling off Michele Alboreto's Minardi as he left the pit lane.

And on Saturday it also saw the Simtek of Roland Ratzenberger spear off the circuit at over 300 km/h after his front wing collapsed. He died instantly. His death was the first at a race meeting since 1982 and it shook Formula One. Many prominent drivers, both past and present, met to begin talks about the resurrection of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association in order to promote greater safety at race meetings.

Ayrton Senna, one of the figureheads of these meetings and considered even then one of the greatest drivers to have ever graced the world of motorsport, was personally affected by Ratzenberger's death. It is said that before the start of the Grand Prix he behaved unusually. While it was a trademark of his that he waved a Brazilian flag in victory, that day it was widely rumoured that he stashed an Austrian flag in his cockpit instead in order to honour the memory of Roland.

Only the San Marino Grand Prix saw Ayrton become the second driver to be killed in as many days and arguably ultimately saw his death eclipse the whole awareness of Roland Ratzenberger in many people's minds.

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I sincerely hope that no one finds this inappropriate or tacky (or along those lines) - as I say, this is my personal tribute, but the last thing I want to do is cause offense.

Various photos were used in reference - most of the logos themselves regrettably were copy-and-pasted off the internet - I lack the skill to recreate them adequately. As it stands the proportions and perspective of the entire thing are probably shot to hell, but then that's just my pics usually turn out.

Comments and suggestions are very welcome! :)

All logos and trademarks are property of their respective owners, used without permission.

God speed, Roland Ratzenberger (4/Jul/1960 - 30/Apr/1994)
God speed, Ayrton Senna (21/Mar/1960 - 1/May/1994)
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Ayrton Senna's Helmet
Approximately 3 to 4 hours in Photoshop CS2.
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:iconmlptwilightplz::iconsaysplz: That car have 1200 horsepower against a pony pegasus, Surely he will win...
:iconpinkiepieplz::iconsaysplz: You can do this, Rainbow Dash!
:iconfluttershyplz::iconsaysplz: Way to go!
:iconrarityplz::iconsaysplz: What a beautiful car!
:iconapplejackplz::iconsaysplz: What in tarnation?

Surely he will win, IS THE BEST PILOT EVER!
If you don't know who is Ayrton Senna... GTFO FROM THIS PAGE AND NEVER RETURN TO MY DEVIANTATIONS AGAIN! :icongtfoplz: (I'm kidding, your noob! :XD:)

Oh wow, my best work untill now xD, well, I think is my best one.. Anyway, this is an especial for ~Bonaldo-Kun, Ayrton is his Idol xD. I love you dude xD

EDIT: Little fixes :)

Vectors:

Rainbow Dash: [link] By ~muffinshire
Pinkie Pie: [link] By ~Peachspices
Fluttershy: [link] By ~DumbFabric
AppleJack: [link] By ~BlindCaveSalamander
Rarity: [link] By ~Lextsy
Twilight Sparkle: [link] By *MaximillianVeers

About Pinkie Pie vector, I just remade it.. Easily done xD

Long description is long...
The rest of the description has been abducted...
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The last turn in the life of Ayrton Senna, Tamburello turn. San Marino 1994. The best racer in the history of Formula 1.
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I draw lots of F1 related stuff, but not much actual racing or cars. This is the closest I can get at the moment, until I get better at drawing that kind of stuff. :XD:

I'm enjoying using blur way too much right now...
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