Demon Car!

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    2010 Dodge Challenger R/T

    Light painted a friend's new car tonight and had a blast doing it!

    Light Painting SOOC with crop or minor levels adjustments. Single Exposure.

    Ashton Sterling Photography, and 149 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Déjàvu © 44 months ago | reply

      Superb & mind blowing shot.

    2. chukos 44 months ago | reply

      Mike, tyres explode now! Funny pic :)

    3. Silvana Canto Carlos 44 months ago | reply

      Amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    4. Izzy Dog 44 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot.

    5. TxPilot 44 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much everyone! The response to this pic caught me off guard a bit! :-) I appreciate the comments and feedback greatly! :-)

    6. analoguedarkness 44 months ago | reply

      that is DIRTY!!!!! I freaking love it.

    7. Catch-light 44 months ago | reply

      hell ya thats burning

    8. Adam N. Ward 43 months ago | reply

      That fire effect is totally convincing on the "Medium" size version, I had to look at the large one to see how you've done it. Whoever worked out how to do that is a genius.

    9. TxPilot 43 months ago | reply

      Thank everyone!
      Adam, I can't take credit for coming up with that one. Dennis Calvert is sort of the master of the fire technique. Sometimes we just stumble across a specific effect that a particular light tool may create and sometimes it is planned. I think this one was a little of both in Dennis' case. Sure makes for one hell of a bad ass looking muscle car though! ;-)

    10. Adam N. Ward 43 months ago | reply

      Yeah you ain't kidding. I love the green smoke too, now I see that it's pretty mych the same trick to do that right? Perhaps the smoke would look even better if you also had (in addition to the one you used here) a slightly larger but less bright green glow stick that might add a bit of softness to the smoke effect and smooth it out a bit.
      You could probably hold them together somehow. Don't know really, just thinking out loud.

      You guys have a cool style going on. More please :)

    11. TxPilot 43 months ago | reply

      Adam, the smoke was created by waving around a coiled up length of Electroluminescent Wire (EL Wire). That particular color is pretty bright so I had to move quickly with it. I appreciate your comments on it. :-)

    12. GulliversFotos 43 months ago | reply

      Thats a great pic!

    13. Craigo // InTheBagPhotos 40 months ago | reply

      dude....your whole light painting set is simply jaw dropping! Such a delight to the eye! Keep up the simply fantastic work!

    14. ...Damian... 40 months ago | reply

      How did I miss this?? Absluteley 1st rate work man

    15. 54 Ford Customline 40 months ago | reply

      Wow, someone just showed me this and it's bloody awesome, well done!

    16. Tonx- 34 months ago | reply

      Wow that`s well cool! Great job!

    17. Pieterjan Hanselaer 29 months ago | reply

      awesome picture, it's really demon!

    18. TechnicolorLOMO 26 months ago | reply

      WOW! Great demon's car!

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