The Jalopy Journal
Haven't done a photoshop in awhile, but did this photochop for fellow hamber lucky444... He was contemplating chucking the 51 for a station wagon,...
great photos dude!!
i'm jealous! =)
Whatever your dad says... don't take it personally.
What you don't see is the personal attempts and failures that led up to him saying things...
I love point and shoots, but I agree - you have to know its limitations. Thankfully, most car shows are done in bright and sunny weather, so you...
congrats jason! hittin the bigtime! ;)
your truck is bad ass
you know what your ride is pretty dope already. i almost think you could get away with hitting the body with a pearl white and rocking some...
It's not easy to make a satin car gloss and vice versa. It pretty much involves rebrushing the entire car because of the reflections and such.
The irony of course is that when Art Deco was in full swing during the 30's, the early moderns HATED it. To them, it took the visual sound bites...
meh, sorry it's so late, my rendition of casny's sled. caddy wires on some vogues, lots of shaved thingies, chopped roof, frenched olds taillights...
ah what a beaut. lucky you.
ah thats so sad. imo one of the more ground breaking guys to ever lay paint on a car. sure there were scallops before larry watson, but no one...
here's one I posted recently to the los boulevardos forum, a 62 ford squire.
As in Doug Dutra?
If so, I bought a set of Dutra Duals from you a few years back.
I love Valiants, particularly the 64-66's.
chee.. hawaii ... ftw!
stay safe over there.
I think this is fresh as fuck.
I could do without those doodads near the tail. And I would have simplified the decorative additions to the car....
my best advice.....
put your portfolio together... tighten up that resume...
and then look for any job that will offer you a measure of...
i'd like to see more of that elky
that's the best shit i've seen all year
who needs traditional when you can have billet and street rods
I think it looks fine the way it is.
that's more or less how i do it.
whenever i do scallops, i want to make sure i'm not subtracting detail from the original paint job, if you just...
A few tips for a really good photochop:
1 - be careful not to oversaturate color changes. if the color looks too disney and the rest of the photo...
Hmm, not really Watson-esque, but I thought I'd try my hand. It's been a good while since I did a photoshop.
Pretty sure it is.
Dave's site Roadsters.com is one of the best trad hot rod sites on the web.
the red mystery car...is it an edsel? it looks like something i saw in an issue of TRJ, but it was so long ago.
that is some really great work. keep at it.
that brown 5 window is hott
(i just stole all your pix) :)
aside from beautiful work, you have an incredible sense of design with that machine. stance,...
i've never chopped a roof, but, i'd think that if u removed the same area from the door, the curve would match the ones in the pillars.
that's the photo. notice also the tires and ground are purple.
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