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    Lagonda M35R

    This is one for the petrol-heads - a bit of fun with a fine old lady. It is not meant to be a serious piece of work but I would appreciate your views.Lagonda M35R

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    I think it is a fun treatment for a fine old lady. Nicely projected.

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    WAUU, what a lovely treatment of a Lagonda M35R.
    From an owner of such a car.

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    Thanks Henning. Do you mean you own one of these fabulous cars? I would be interested to know its history.

    I have posted another image of my old lady below. She has an interesting history as she is a 1935 model registered in November 1934 and used by Lagonda as a demonstrator. I was lucky enough to find this car outside a country pub in the Hambledon Valley and through the secretary of the Lagonda Club I have made contact with the owner and spent a very enjoyable morning viewing his fine collection of vintage cars.

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    This is one for the petrol-heads - a bit of fun with a fine old lady. It is not meant to be a serious piece of work but I would appreciate your views.Lagonda M35R
    I don't usually like this sort of treatment but this one appeals to me a lot. How did you do it?

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    I'm glad you posted this, because I have a nice shot of a Lagonda, but I didn't get the model of the car, and I tend to do close-ups of cars. But seeing your full profile shot it seems to be the same from what I can remember. It's certainly a beautiful car.

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    This is one for the petrol-heads - a bit of fun with a fine old lady. It is not meant to be a serious piece of work but I would appreciate your views.Lagonda M35R
    Hi Chris,

    It is an interesting treatment, but I'm not keen on a few angular processing lines; mainly on the far tyre's inside edge. The shapes should all match the car's beautiful curves.

    Good concept and composition though.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Lagonda M35R

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Chris,

    It is an interesting treatment, but I'm not keen on a few angular processing lines; mainly on the far tyre's inside edge. The shapes should all match the car's beautiful curves.

    Good concept and composition though.

    Cheers,
    Yes agree with Dave; exactly my thoughts.

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