The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeff Norwell, Apr 26, 2012.
Lets see your goods...and keep it on topic ...hell ya.
Trying to get some new stuff done for Torque Fest!
An old HD Flat Tracker hitting the turn sideways...
And Dirty Larry
That flat out piece is beautiful dude......
Thank you sir!
Gifted. It is 'alive with motion' Get in touch with the www.nationalmcmuseum.org They and Mr. John Parham will enjoy your work. Its just up the road (Anamosa) from the Torq Fest.
You could do this car a bunch of ways.
Through the years it evolved.
I did it as an early version.
Wow Josh! That's just great! I love that base plate.
Some of my junk.
hey! made the first page...kool!.. here are some T-shirt design I just finished up..hope you dig them!..johnny
As long as i,m wearing out my welcome, heres some more.
Done these three for HAMBer RottenLeonard
A variation of the T that wasn't used
Put some more touches on the Carrillo liner I posted last week.
Great show so far, Josh your are nail'n it again my friend
I am trying something a bit different. Ya, I know you have probably seen someone do it before. But for me it is a something I have never done before. Relief print onto textile. I am going to be using my linoleum block that I print posters with to print onto shirts. I have some layout ideas already brewing that you can look at below. I even did a test print tonight with my letterpress after I finished up some client work. To get a good contrast I and going to experiment with bleach to lift some color then hit it with 3 or 4 colors on the press. Don't know how the finished will work out or if the oil based printing ink will hold with multiple washed so I am going to start testing stuff when I have time.
These ideas are all with existing blocks I have cut for poster work I did last year. They are really close to size also.
Here is the test print on an old shirt from the closet.
My contribution to Torquefest art auction. See you there next weekend
Im building this POS
jdustu - One of your best yet dude!
KCsledz - I like where this is going!
OK- This is a commision & I shouldn't post it but I'm a nut.
18 x 12" of the classic Jesse Lopez '41 Ford. Detail shown. The full version of the artwork shows the car as it was owned by Danny Lares in the early fifties. Prints will include the Barris crest. I plan to do a version of this piece with details as per J.L's time of ownership.
Hope you dig it.
P.M me if you want a print..
Superb start everyone. Here are a few from this year's Lone Star Roundup and also a link to the full set on my LSR 2012 thread.
http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=691324&highlight=one more lone star
I draw'd up two for this week. Great show everyone.
Great artwork and photography again guys!
3-color T-shirt version of the House Bros. Handyman drawing that I posted a couple of weeks ago. The House Brothers Racing Team from Holland tours their extremely handsome hammered '55 Chevy in the European drag racing circuit.
Thats Jesse James A.S.S. (Outlaw Garage) roadster right? I love the colours on this! Those headlights too, i've seen them on a few cars, what are they, where are they from? new, repro or old?
Great start everyone, this really helps burn time up checkin' in on this thread!
Bonjour le H.A.M.B !
Have a nice show folks !
Here is a sculptural work in progress (Making it as a gift),A mid teens Jefferson board track racer. It keeps me busy during lunch break at work.
Here is one of a nice custom bobber I took out in CA
Was wondering when I'd see this turn up on the hamb... Lost it in a divorce a couple years ago... Great shots btw Dan!
its friday !!!!!!!! already some awesome work !
heres a art deco inspired one
i dont do much with lettering yet and a friends brother wanted his 55 chevy(early 55) dump truck to be lettered up for his buisness so here we go it took me forever to paint it !
50 degress windy and raining i was bundled up pretty good since it didnt fit in the garage
He was a happy camper and all i wanted to do was sleep lol
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