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  • Cropped Harley
  • Motorbike On Brushed Wall

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‘Ride This Hog’ is Jasmine’s ode to the iconic Harley Davidson – something she’s always thought looked cool but would never ever get on. Whether you’re a bike enthusiast or not, there is no doubting the quintessential design of the Harley, it is as recognisable as it is unique. This model is the starter model of the bikes and designed to reflect their traditional design. She decided to draw the base model as this is where most future devotees start and once hooked, they move up to fancier models from there. But this is where it starts. This piece is hand-drawn ink on paper using traditional shading techniques. It is signed and dated on the left corner of the piece. Drawing an engine was a very new and difficult process and Jasmine would be happy if she never saw a carburettor ever again.

The finish on this bike is chrome. This means it is a highly reflective surface which poses an entirely new array of challenges and difficulties when drawing. In some of the surfaces you can actually see the clouds reflected from the sky above and the shadow from the road below. It is these subtle details which gives the piece such a simplistic depth and utter realistic effect.

Ride This Hog

Jasmine Jones

AUD$4,500
Size: 114w x 84h cms
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Hand-drawn pigment ink pen on 100% cotton French Arches archival paper

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‘Ride This Hog’ is Jasmine’s ode to the iconic Harley Davidson – something she’s always thought looked cool but would never ever get on. Whether you’re a bike enthusiast or not, there is no doubting the quintessential design of the Harley, it is as recognisable as it is unique. This model is the starter model of the bikes and designed to reflect their traditional design. She decided to draw the base model as this is where most future devotees start and once hooked, they move up to fancier models from there. But this is where it starts. This piece is hand-drawn ink on paper using traditional shading techniques. It is signed and dated on the left corner of the piece. Drawing an engine was a very new and difficult process and Jasmine would be happy if she never saw a carburettor ever again.

The finish on this bike is chrome. This means it is a highly reflective surface which poses an entirely new array of challenges and difficulties when drawing. In some of the surfaces you can actually see the clouds reflected from the sky above and the shadow from the road below. It is these subtle details which gives the piece such a simplistic depth and utter realistic effect.