The Jalopy Journal
A little photoshop exercise I did on "What if GM had sold a lot of trifive Nomads and continued them in 58."
This guy was ahead of his time. From Reminisce magazine[IMG]
This would make an interesting rod! From a 1936 NatGeo
Found this photo in a flea market photo album. Some of the photos were dated 1919. I guess the biker guys always got the chicks!
I have a feeling the reposter comment was directed at me. I plead guilty by reason of senility. That's what I get for looking through my posts at...
Ken K, Thanks pal, when I get this finished there'll be a copy in your mailbox.
Thanks Ramjet, I got plans for him.
]This is a project I've been working on for quite some time. It's a graphic novel depiction of the "many lives of a 55 chevy" through the decades....
Sonome- Good looking lids!
HotRodDude- Great Signs!
Here's an airbrushed Wolf a did on a tire cover many moons ago.
The diversity of creativity on the Artshow is always inspiring.
jcjamey: Your framed beadroll work is a kick.
Detroit: You did "Shirl" proud....
They are beautiful words you wrote about your wife. It's obvious Your love for her is tremendous. I pray time will make it easier for you to...
This is a commissioned cartoon style portrait I created for a fifty five owner and his wife.
Willy, Thanks. I like your use of cross-hatch, very interesting!
Kenmo, Thanks a lot, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Here's an inked version of a pencil sketch I posted on the art show several weeks ago. A moment in time.
It was something like this, in the late sixities, for me.
Here's an airbrushed yard art Santa I created on 3/8" plywood.
Oh, and Merry Christmas to all and a Happy...
Thanks I appreciate it and I'm glad you could relate!
Jen, That's great leaf and stripe!!
I had a moment like this way back when.
Regarding my Maybellene sketch-
Thanks a lot ,CT1932 , I'm glad you enjoyed it I have a feeling you might be a little biased...
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