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Discussion in 'Art Archive' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. Centurion9
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    You guys are both ridiculous! I'm thinking that I'll try laying on the floor or in my yard and staring into the Sun to develop some skills of my own.....Centurion9
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    Snap I made at ASS today

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    Man I'd love to win one of these!
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    These 'new school' flames look good when done with real style, as these are. They pop fight off the suede.

    Thanks folks for kind kommentz.
    Thanks N. Ozols

    Cory, that Olds rocks. I want a copy.
    Dankyd- like the light, and the paint's alright!
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    Thanks for the comments yall. Ill relay them to Cory as soon as he surfaces. Heres two more. Andy.


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    Happy Fathers' Day to all who qualify...and to those of you who don't think you do, but aren't sure!

    Keven, your work is phenomenal!!! And that self-portrait....'dead' on, pal!!! Be well.

    Jen, your talent is mind-boggling, and your work is exquisite! I am in awe every week...and your dedication is extraordinary and, I hope, contagious!
    I just can't believe that surf board...WOW!

    Bill Stinson
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    Superb work of art, Bob!
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    Some amazing work this week! Love the pedal cars and the type 3 ghia painting, and, well everything else.
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    Nice work, plus it's a WRV (Wave Riding Vehicles)
    board from my hometown of Virginia Beach , VA.


    Well done on all fronts.



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    Great friday artworks and cool stuff all around,thanks for all comment to my works.
    Yoo
  13. Trashed & Hammered
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    Boy Dubie you did a fantastic job, real flames normaly look corny. Nice!
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    Wow! man thanks so much for the words i will keep you in the loop as soon as i have some ready.. BTW ..dig the scketch... to kool!.. johnny
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    Sweet,..love it

    -loco
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    Great work, love the layouts and the colors

    -loco
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    T-shirt design for Fresno Underground Art

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  18. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Thank you Dan .........
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    I couldn't say. I can't afford to buy HRM or any other mags so I use the internet for inspiration. I'm not even sure where I got the original pic from!

    But thanks for your comments.
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    My mailbox.

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    Here's Alex Tremulis' recollections of his brief role at Graham (Thanks to Ford Motor Company's Oral Histories Project):

    "Our (Cord's) prices escalated to the point where you could buy two Cadillacs for the price of one supercharged Cord. That was the beginning of the end. When the Cord empire collapsed, the Cord tooling was sold to Hupmobile and Graham who felt that front-wheel drive and V8 engines were too expensive, and that off-the-shelf, six-cylinder engines were the way to go with rear-wheel drive and that they could cut the cost in half. I was retained because of my experience at Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg by the president of Hupmobile as a consultant. Consulting is a very precarious position to be placed in--you have only two options: number one you tell the client what he would like to hear, or, number two, you tell him what he should hear. I chose the latter, which was a calculated risk. I strongly recommended that he spend $150,000 for a one-piece roof, and all his tooling men agreed with me. He retaliated by stating, "I'm not interested in saving money, I only paid $40,000 for the Cord dies." My answer was, "You just bought yourself $40,000 worth of junk." I was paid off and fired on the spot after three days! The lesson I learned was that if one must break necks, one must do it very, very gently. It's a shame that both Graham and Hupmobile failed in their venture as both cars were very beautiful, and they had the reputation of having very loyal clienteles of satisfied owners."
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    Out of this world...just amazing work! I'd love to have something like that on my wall.

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    Ive always loved this image. Have you done any prints of it?

  24. Wreckingball
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    Hope I am not too late for this week's show.
    And what a great show it is.
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    Wreckingball, if there is no other post, yours is the perfect close for a fantastic Show.
    I believe you have captured the essence of the timeless beauty of the 36 Ford coupe.
    Spot on!<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("postmenu_7873050", true); </SCRIPT>

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