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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. Ryan
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  2. chaddilac
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    That's Freakin Cool!!!
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    "win the roadster show with a soap box derby car."

    hahahaha that thing would be amazing if built!
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    Here's one I did for Cody when he was looking at paint options for the '57.. not too radical

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    I'm also working on Brandon's Rambler, hoping to have it done soon.
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    that has always been one of my top ten HAMB threads, and find myself looking back at it on occasion.
    thanks for bringing it back up, Ryan.
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    Anyone know who the guy that does all the Kanter concepts is? Some of the drawings he does are great, I'd love to see a book or collection of all of those...
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    I love concept art.
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    That drawing reminds me of the Tether cars my Brother-in-law races and collects. It would be cool to see on life size.
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    Tim Conder has some crazy ass ideas. I love it!
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    I remember the 1 Wrench Wench rendering! I was floored when I saw those drawings for the first time.

    Didn't the same artist do a crazy fricking wagon/ push vehicle with the most amazing scallop design on the top & hood?? I think that I have that picture at home, I'll try and dig it up.

    - Joe

    EDIT: I found it... but I think that it's a different artist.

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    Here's some tractor roadster pic's....

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    I've done alot over the years, but the one I'm most proud of is the one for our Bonneville project we are building... (Tshirts available starting this friday!)

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    One I did about 10 years ago for the Boyd/Hot Rod Magazine contest. I placed in the top 6.

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    A Chevy I'd like to do but most likely never will...

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    You guys amaze me.
    Awesome stuff.

    I cannot wait to see the "Hill & Tully Special". When will we get to see some build pics?

    Where has Conder been anyway? I enjoyed reading his posts. It seems that sometime during the Heaven & Hell dragster builds he faded away from the HAMB and I now that project came to a halt.
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    1947 Buick Sedanette concept for hamber palosfv3, interior + exterior:

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    There are a few pics on our site. Click on HRCC below. Haven't worked on it much lately as customer work comes first.
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  18. I have no hope, you guys are art Gods.
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    Ford '32 B400 style roof on a '39 Chev four door.
    Body has been channelled, sectioned, chopped & shortened.

    & finally something futuristic
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    This Steve Stanford brainchild needs to be done lifesize.

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    Makes me wish I could draw
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    Conder's cool, he does bikes too!

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    Awsome...I'd love to have that talent...
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    Here's one I did for an old modified project that's been pushed in a corner...

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    Thanks for reviving the old concept art thread.....

    Here is one from my old collection. A Starliner chopped, dropped, pie-cut and floating. One of these days I will learn to do artwork that is small enough to fit on a scanner. For now diagonal is the only way...

    Keep them coming....

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    That was awesome, very fine art, thamks.
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    Another slice of Conder Pie...

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    sign me up for a tee shirt thats freekin cool
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    Django, I remember that contest. Were you at the finals? We might have met. I did the 49 ford retractable and the Cuda concepts.

    Chopt 34
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    Some great work guys! I'll give it a go trying to post some pictures for the first time. Some old sketches & renderings I've done in the past... (p.s. the phone numbers & web address listed in the images are not valid anymore)

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