The image you see here is what I'm all about...Family (in my Don Torreto voice lol). But, automotive design and customization is my other huge passion specifically creating digital renderings! I do like to get my hands dirty and mess with my own rides too! I've been into cars since I could remember especially the design aspect but I never pursued a career in it simply because I didn't have any interest in the academics required for it. In my opinion, that's turned out to be a good thing for me since I'm not restricted or controlled by "design rules" pounded into most design students. I'm free to do as I please with what I or my clients think looks good. And that's why I consider myself more of an artist than a designer because artists make up rules as they go and the end result is a one of a kind masterpiece! I work mostly with American brands but I'm not biased, I love all kinds of makes and models. I suppose I'm just naturally drawn to American brands because my childhood consisted of V8 powered Fords, Chevys and Chryslers many of which were owned by my old man. I will say however that making digital renders has really opened up my taste when it comes to appreciating pretty much anything on wheels. To me, the most important aspect of a build is it's quality and notable attention to detail because, in my opinion, that’s where the creator's passion shines through. I like to think that that's the approach I take to creating my renders whether it's for myself or a client. I genuinely enjoy the process of my work and seeing mine or my clients imagination take a big step towards reality is extremely rewarding. I'm thankful for all the support I've gotten from all the car guys and gals (especially on Instagram) as they have all helped me get the opportunity to work with some of the best in the automotive industry. And nothing has been more satisfying than watching one of my renders come to life! I look forward to seeing where this journey takes me but regardless of where I end up I truly am enjoying it every step of the way.
- Oscar Vargas