Triumphant Triumph #1

Digital collage of my Vintage Triumph Pastel

For this new piece, I’ve used Figma’s tools for images and shapes to create new refreshed artwork of one of my Pastels. This is a circa 1965 Triumph, one of my old time favorite British cars.

I love to challenge myself, using a limited set of tools pushing them around a bit, experimenting as I do at times with a limited paint palette or a simple pencil to see what I come up with. This piece is the first of 2 Triumphs I have created.

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