Watts My Line?: The Life and Work of Editorial Artist, Lawrie Watts

Watts My Line?: The Life and Work of Editorial Artist, Lawrie Watts

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Watts My Line?: The Life and Work of Editorial Artist, Lawrie Watts by David Dixon

This is the story of Lawrie Watts and his amazing technical artworks, illustrations, and cutaway drawings of motorcycles, motorcars, aircraft, and farm machinery. He was drawing amazingly complex machinery with meticulous attention to detail way before the development of CAD. Lawrie is not just an artist; he's a designer too. An example of his designs was the Enfield-powered Dreamliner.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780954435776
Publisher: CarTech, Incorporated
Publication date: 05/01/2007
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

David Dixon was born in Dublin in 1933 and spent his early working life competing in motorcycle events of every sort. He moved to London to write for The MotorCycle, at the time the world’s leading motorcycle weekly. In the mid-1980s Dixon joined Murray Evans Associates, to work on motorcycle PR, becoming a spokesman for the industry and forming the All Party Parliamentary Motorcycle Group and the Theft Action Group. David is still an active member of the motorcycle fraternity and enjoys writing, painting, music, bird-watching and outings on his 1950 500T Norton.





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