The Jalopy Journal
Yup, it would look nice next to Lee's Nomad perhaps sitting in a Mel's
Drive In somewhere. If I remember right the paint took about two weeks to...
Ryan Find yourself an almost new 1956 Chevrolet and we could make it happen.
When I said "amateurish" I meant many of the hot shot painters of today would consider it amateurish. Most of the show cars at that time would be...
Thanks Ryan for getting a bit more information out on one of my all time favorite paint jobs. I say "paint job" because that is what made the car...
This one is called "Main St. Salinas 1959".
One more. My daughter Edie bought a Pontiac. So.........
I still can't figure out how to make the pics post larger.
I haven't been on here in quite a while. This is one of my new pieces.
I did this sketch in 1960. I decided to try it out on some of my paint Stix.
I always liked this one.
This one is close to 30 years old. It is small for a show sign. Combination of wood and plexi. Alan Smith again. This was before vinyl.
I like Plexi signs. Here's one Alan Smith and I did about 20 years ago. It is 1/2" Plexiglass painted & step shaded on the back and striped &...
Here's a few more.
Been away from the Art Show for a while. This is my latest Paint Stix piece.
Here is some work in progress I am working on for Santa Maria next week.
You are right about that not being flake as we know it today. It was "glitter" like you find in the craft stores. Glue was brushed on the area you...
You are going to like this place.
Happy Birthday Ryan!
Mark & I will be by. See you soon.
Some more for this week.
Here's one I did a few weeks ago.
Did some horizontal Stix this week.
Here's something I found about the Stilletto on another site.
Thats the "Illusion".
I have been away from Salinas and haven't had the opportunity to do much "art". I am home now and got back to my studio last week. Just finished...
Welcome to the HAMB Danny.
Yeah, my pal Andy kind'a slipped up on that one.
That is Eddie Johnson's 57 Plymouth. He was from Petaluma. It had extended fins rolled pans and Joe Wilhelm had just finished painting it in...
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