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Background Information

Employment History

Masters Gallery


Position, Automotive Design Department

Subaru


Masters Gallery 4


JAAA Car Art Museum


JAAA - Japanese Automobile Artist Association


Web References(7 Total References)


Ferrari 166MM Line Drawings by Makoto Ouchi

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Artwork © Makoto Ouchi
Masters Gallery Makoto Ouchi Pencil Drawing of Ferrari 166MM Body by Makoto Ouchi Pencil Sketches of Ferrari 166MM Engine by Makoto Ouchi Pencil Sketches of Ferrari 166MM Chassis Frame by Makoto Ouchi Final Ferrari 166MM Line Drawing by Makoto Ouchi


1969 Nissan R382 Grand Prix Line Art by Makoto Ouchi

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Pencil Line Sketches & Artwork © Makoto Ouchi
Masters Gallery Makoto Ouchi 1969 Nissan R382 Grand Prix Pencil Studies by Makoto Ouchi 1969 Nissan R382 Grand Prix Pencil Drawing by Makoto Ouchi 1969 Nissan R382 Grand Prix Line Artwork by Makoto Ouchi


Master Airbrush Automotive Artist, Makoto Ouchi

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Makoto Ouchi - Airbrush Automotive Cutaways | Masters Gallery 4 | Makoto Ouchi
Makoto Ouchi - Airbrush Automotive Cutaways | Masters Gallery 4 | Makoto Ouchi Masters Series: Makoto Ouchi Photograph of Makoto Ouchi Masters Makoto Ouchi All Tutorial Text & Images - Copyright © 2011 Kevin Hulsey Illustration, Inc. I have had a long-standing admiration for Mr Ouchi's airbrush illustration work. He is one of a small group of great masters in the art of traditional Airbrush Automotive Illustration. The level of detail and precision in his airbrush artwork demonstrates a degree of craftsmanship and love for the art-form that is rarely seen today. Makoto Ouchi was born in 1949 in Mito city, Japan. He had a passion for cars since he was a young child. After graduating from Hosei High School in 1965 he embarked on his career path working for Subaru in their automotive design department. Expanding on his knowledge of automobile design, Makoto began to develop his skills as a technical illustrator and airbrush artist. Among his early clients were Yamaha Motor Company, Fuji Heavy Industries, and automotive magazines. In 1977 Makoto journeyed to Munich, Germany to continue his study of technical illustration under H.Schlenzig. In 1979 he returned to Japan where to this day he continues to work for some of Japan's leading automotive, motorcycle, and industrial manufacturers. Makoto starts out with rough pencil studies for various parts of the car (frame, engine, suspension, wheels, etc.). All of the individual detail drawings are drawn to scale and given registration marks. Using the registration marks as a guide, Makoto then transfers each individual sketch into a final line construction on illustration-board or scans them into Photoshop to paint digitally. Makoto's airbrushed color work is created by spraying Liquitex or Nicker acrylic water-based paint onto Crescent NR110 Illustration board. Makoto uses a masking film or masking sheets to cut each shape, which is sprayed using one of several Hohmi airbrushes. Makoto & Hulsey Photos in Japan 2007 Several of Makoto's more recent works have been painted exclusively in Adobe Photoshop. These Photoshop images include his Ferrari 166MM, and Nissan Grand Prix Car illustrations (above), and the Alfa Disco Volante (below). When Makoto works in Photoshop his image file size is approximately 20 inches (7000 x 4800) at 350 dpi. To view more of Makoto Ouchi's artwork please visit his own website or the Japanese Automobile Artist Association (JAAA) websites referenced here: Makoto Ouchi's Home Page or the JAAA Japanese Automobile Artist Association.


Technical Cutaway Illustration By Kevin Hulsey - Useful Links

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JAAA Car Art Museum - Makoto Ouchi
Ash Institute - Automotive CAD Design Sitepoint - Empowering Web Developers Since 1997


Master Airbrush Automotive Illustrators | Makoto Ouchi

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Makoto Ouchi
Makoto Ouchi Photograph of Makoto Ouchi I have had a long-standing admiration for Mr Ouchi's airbrush illustration work. He is one of a small group of great masters in the art of traditional Airbrush Automotive Illustration. The level of detail and precision in his airbrush artwork demonstrates a degree of craftsmanship and love for the art-form that is rarely seen today. Artist Bio Makoto Ouchi was born in 1949 in Mito city, Japan. He had a passion for cars since he was a young child. After graduating from Hosei High School in 1965 he embarked on his career path working for Subaru in their automotive design department. Expanding on his knowledge of automobile design, Makoto began to develop his skills as a technical illustrator and airbrush artist. Among his early clients were Yamaha Motor Company, Fuji Heavy Industries, and automotive magazines. 1969 Nissan R382 Grand Prix Car Makoto Ouchi - Nissan Cutaway In 1977 Makoto journeyed to Munich, Germany to continue his study of technical illustration under H.Schlenzig. In 1979 he returned to Japan where to this day he continues to work for some of Japan's leading automotive, motorcycle, and industrial manufactureres. 1949 Ferrari 166MM Barchetta Makoto Ouchi - Ferrari 166MM Cutaway Makoto starts out with rough pencil studies for various parts of the car (frame, engine, suspension, wheels, etc.). All of the individual detail drawings are drawn to scale and given registration marks. Using the registration marks as a guide, Makoto then transfers each individual sketch into a final line construction on illustration-board or scans them into Photoshop to paint digitally. 1960 Maserati "BirdCage" Tipo 60/60 Makoto Ouchi - 1960 Maserati BirdCage Tipo 60/60 Makoto's airbrushed color work is created by spraying Liquitex or Nicker acrylic water-based paint onto Crescent NR110 Illustration board. Makoto uses a masking film or masking sheets to cut each shape, which is sprayed using one of several Hohmi airbrushes. Makoto & Hulsey Photos in Japan 2007 Several of Makoto's more recent works have been painted exclusively in Adobe Photoshop. These Photoshop images include his Ferrari 166MM, and Nissan Grand Prix Car illustrations (above), and the Alfa Disco Volante (below). When Makoto works in Photoshop his image file size is approximately 20 inches (7000 x 4800) at 350 dpi. 1952 Alfa Romeo Disco Volante Makoto Ouchi - Disco Volante Cutaway Makoto Ouchi - Napier Sabre 24 Cylinder Aircraft Engine Makoto Ouchi - V8 Engine Makoto Ouchi - MV Agusta Motorcycle Makoto Ouchi - Yamaha Motorcycle Makoto Ouchi - 1946 Miller Indy Car Makoto Ouchi - Subaru Outback To view more of Makoto Ouchi's artwork please visit his own website or the Japanese Automobile Artist Association (JAAA) website listed below. Makoto Ouchi's Home Page JAAA - Japanese Automobile Artist Association


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