Final version of Wayne Butler's Funny Car (187K)
The Staging Light's Michael Beard -- I've been doing racing related graphics since
I first lettered my "Dust Devil II" Duster in 1992. Since then, I've lettered
about a dozen cars at my home track, and have branched out to graphic design both
for web sites and product packaging. The following are some of the projects
Software packaging design: DragStrip Plus
Some Comments from our client on the Black Book logo --
I wish to thank you for your great Black Book Logo. We are proudly
displaying it on our packaging and disk sets.
You were able to capture the excitement and color that we desired to
represent our product. Your logo has proven to be eye catching and
appealing to drag racers and others around the world. The thought and
talent you showed in the development of this design has ensured our
return to you for our future packaging development. Thank you!
- William Mulrine, President, American Software Design
Hand-painted lettering Dust Devil II
Turn Me Loose
Computer-generated paint schemes
Any trademarked names
remain the sole property of their respective owners. The images are otherwise
Copyright © 1996, 1997 Michael G. Beard
New! Steve and Scotty Dedman's dragster
Don Berry's Super/Pro RS Camaro
Ken Maltais e-mailed me, wondering if you could
apply VirtualPaint to a bike, like his sleek pure black machine. I assured him I
could, and did a quick scheme on his bike just for kicks...
see Ken's bike
Scott A. Bilger's Insinger dragster --
Mark Towslee's 1962 Belair wagon -- (actual photo)
Butler's Alky Funny Car -- (actual
Auto Imagery photo)
Nate Hackenburg's Street Mustang
One of my 'net buds, Eric Cary, wants to build a Pro Stock Truck, so I started
working on a Dodge Dakota for him....
I'll probably get some guff over this one, but it was a special request from one
of my other 'net buds... Mike likes to use it for his screen wallpaper sometimes.