Nissan Skyline GTR Doodles

17th October 2014

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When her boyfriend bought a used Nissan Skyline R33 GTR with intentions of respraying it Midnight Purple, Allison offered to draw on his front bumper to conceal a few scratches as a temporary measure:

While I chose a color scheme, I let my girlfriend draw over a scratch on the front bumper. it didn’t matter.. I was repainting it anyway…

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Hours later, with the sun coming up, the couple felt indebted to the car to carry on. A full fifteen hours went into the front bumper alone, and the rest of the car followed suit, as these amazing pictures show.

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According to the forum posts, drawing started on 16th January 2010 and took several months, racking up hundreds of hours and who-knows-how-many Sharpies.

Interest in the project grew, with several forum members asking about paying Allison to draw on their cars too. As the designs progressed, all notions of a respray were set aside and the entire exterior of the car became Allison’s canvas. Her drawing spread and now covers the entire car.

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It’s hard to believe that this project began with a (relatively) small cover up, before taking over the whole car. Here’s the very start of the doodling, and a short time-lapse video of that first night’s work on the bumper.

Nissan GTR doodle - the beginning

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