A Lithuanian man refurbishes scrap cars with expandable foam and cardboard stencils. They start out looking like regular junkyard cars, but when he’s done…WOW. Here’s how he builds his masterpieces according to Diply:
First, you have to start off with an old, beat-up Mercedes-Benz
CLK-Class, like this one. Check out his sweet fur coat! You know
this project is going to be awesome. Note: those rims are 30″.
Once you’ve acquired the vehicle, now you lay down some
expanding foam. I know this looks like a disaster…
but bear with me.
Time to carve out your vision. This is the hard part…
Post-sculpting, you’re starting to see a new shape. I know this
doesn’t look like much, but we aren’t done yet.
Good ol’ cardboard to stencils help the car really take shape. Next,
it’s time to smooth and detail the exterior.
I promise you this is NOT the final color. We’re still in the
Who drives a robin’s egg blue car around? It gets better.
Looks alright, I guess…but we’re not nearly done.
Dream cars have curves. The difference is in the subtle nuances.
Headlights are also 100% necessary but surprisingly simple
Finally, we see a pretty shape. But it’s still so…
…unfinished and blah.
LIKE I SAID – WE AREN’T DONE YET!
Mixing up more product! What happens next will blow your mind.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that. Kinda like a secret recipe
from grandma…only you should not try to eat this stuff. Trust me.
But wait – before we bring the exterior to it’s final glory – we can’t
leave our interior untouched!
After all, dream cars beautiful inside and out. Sort of like the
person you want to fall in love with someday…
“The sculptor” starts his work:
Again, the difference is in the details. Your car is an extension
of your home. Make it nice.
Boom. The gloriously restored interior. The (c)artist’s attention
to shape and size really shines through in this work.
The exterior with a fresh coat of gloss.
I told you it gets better.
h/t [Diply] via [news.distractify]
It’s hard to believe that with a little expandable foam and a lot of hard work a junky old car can be transformed into a sports car like the one above!