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Truck Guru Renderings and Design

Jun 11, 2016
Photographers: Mathew McDonald, Cris Payne
Cris Payne and Mathew McDonald started to collaborate on renderings during 2014 when Payne approached McDonald to create a rendering for a 2014 SEMA build, which resulted in a successful showing in the aftermarket bonanza in Las Vegas, which landed them a Truckin cover (Vol. 41, issue 10), and the rest is history. Now, the duo has moved into a full-service design and marketing business that boasts clients from the truck-building community, NFL athletes, and design projects from around the world. For nearly three years, their client roster has expanded, along with the range of projects. Between Payne’s wide-reaching industry contact list and McDonald’s immense graphic design background, they have pushed the envelope of vehicle rendering to include 3D renderings, and interactive GIF-based renderings in which lights turn on or vehicles are shown in different color schemes for comparison. To book a consultation for a graphic design project, or a rendering for your future truck build, contact Truck Guru Renderings and Design at truckrenderings@yahoo.com. To see some of their latest creations go to www.facebook.com/Truck-Gurus-356336937886829
Photo 2/3   |   01 19665 Chevy C10
Tim Lydon, the owner of Suspension Online, commissioned this ’65 Chevy C10 project as a rolling advertisement for his business. It’s being built out of the SO headquarters in Madera, California. McGaughys Suspension will handle the lowering, and an LS with a Whipple Supercharger and a Moser rear end will form the heartbeat of this looker. Inside the cab will feature Gabes Custom Upholstery, gauges by Classis Instruments, American Autowire wiring, and a Vintage Air set up. Dynacorn body panels and miscellaneous parts will make it easy to get a head start in the restoration game, and the C10 will roll on Raceline wheels.
Photo 3/3   |   02 2015 Ford F 150
This ’15 Ford F150’s aluminum body and bevy of aftermarket parts will be transformed when Hank Robinson, owner of Hanro Studios Engraving, sets to work using his Dremel-only technique. No doubt the Flat Metallic Blue will look amazingly different when it is ready for its debut at SEMA 2016. Along for the ride will be a McGaughys 6.5-inch lift kit with rear shocks, Anzo headlights, Paramount Automotive bumpers sporting a Rigid Industries 54-inch lightbar, sitting below a T-Rex Torch grille. The American Force wheels will go under the knife, or rotary tool, of Robinson before being bolted up, too.
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