Junkyard Rods Tow Truck by kenmo ()
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A hot rod styled tow truck.
Digitally created on my computer. I modeled the truck in 3D using Hexagon & rendered in Poser 11 Pro. Post work in Photoshop CC 2018, Topaz Impression and Filter Forge. The skull and crossed wrenches I created in Art Rage.
I was working on this image last night and ironically today I had to phone a tow truck as my Buick got t-boned in an intersection.
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T-boned is a example of situation awareness spun out of control. I set up my meetings with the unheeding the other way. With a motorcycle use just a bit too much back brake when someone intrudes into the projected collision space giving that awful scream of tires that anyone can fill in with the crunch of metal except it never comes. Then--- in a less maneuverable and less vulnerable vehicle like a Pinto station wagon --- think F-8! , yeah really big one! and now just the right amount of braking to stop a foot from the door of the unheeding surprised one looking back at you as he or she gets confused and stops right there. OK, I had professional help in setting this all up. A Missouri state trooper that stopped a mercury that passed me and he stopped then he suddenly whipped left to make a road block right in front of my new 1967 C-10 that had the first year of no asbestos content brake linings that would outgas as you approached the final halt and just creep unless your slammed them at the barely moving. The Canadien shield had been protecting us for decades but suddenly, yep! law suit and a forbidden material. The bike? It had just an edge on a stock Porsche in acceleration so if the Porsche tried to force a crash you could add full throttle and skip the joke. Don't try these at home. Do obtain maximum benefit on the public roads! My former wife has not driven my cars in 50 years and passed away in 2015 so I don't meet tow truck drivers anymore.