The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Feb 28, 2013.
Love those 53 Chevys....
MartinsMaia - incredible wood working, love the rods...
Love your 3D work...hope you do more magazine tutorials soon...
Spoggie - fantastic renderings...love the 62 Dodge...
exStreamliner - love the photos but the rocket rod is killer!!!
JohnnyAngel - love the Desoto...
GaryC - awesome & imaginative...
gyronaut - nice work...
Frogz - cool work...
jdustu - incredible metal working... love the F1 pickup...
40two = great photo
realkustom51 & rusty1 - nice pencil work...
Wild Willy - love the old Chyrsler and love Maine...
Everyone else...great show!!!!
Getting my contribution to the Torque Fest auction ready to ship back to Iowa.
I appericiate them giving me an apportuniety to contribute something. Hope it's good enough to make them acouple bucks
Great start gang, lots of wonderful stuff!
A hit and run from me for now, here are some line works on a couple "Dreamers" on progress
"Wanna be a Rock Star" (working title )
Good start guys!
Dutch - Great design! I love how you pushed the levels of a two color print!
Here is a design I did for shirts for our club. Road Devils are coming from all over the globe to come to the Roundup this year, so I created a design to be put on shirts.
Wow Rollie this as well as your pinstriping are amazing
Very cool work Ken .......
In case you don't know Squeeg Kustoms, they won the AMBR three years ago and the whole family treats me like a rockstar - even though they are real talents. The boy Doug wanted to do something nice for his dad Squeeg and wanted him to have a BOMONSTER original scratch. He sent me a 1962 copy of Hot Rod magazine with his dad's car featured and said "Do anything you want." I finished it late last night and sent it to him. He loved it. Don't tell Squeeg - it might be a surprise for later...
That is AWESOME Bomonster!
Rollie, glad to see you back posting. I'll need to get in touch with you in the spring/summer, I might have some goldleaf work for you.
It's been awhile but here is Doc's vision: "Shellby" The Flathead Turtle
Shot from behind......the view of all other racing turtles
I found 2 more customcory floor scraps.
Nice stuff everyone!!
Jigger - Those are sweet illustrations, Mark.
Bomonster - Awesome, man!
Hey all, haven't posted anything in a long time - been nearly deathly ill and not doing any work, but now I'm fighting my way back uphill. Here's the first thing I've done since last August. Not exactly as HAMB friendly as I like, but hey, who doesn't like a Cobra?
Acrylic on canvas, 4x7
I always get a kick out of the Friday Art Show.
It's not as easy as you might think to surf a van. They're more expensive than boards, surprisingly, sometimes costing thousands of dollars. Maintenance is more costly as well, as there are more parts and more fluids involved than even the most finicky wood boards require. The weight makes paddling out a Herculean effort, unless you can afford an outboard motor. Steering on a wave is more about hope and prayer than actual result. Rust is always a worry, and drying the lime shag after a wipeout can take weeks. But nothing can replace that look on people's faces when you wash up on the beach after hangin' ten in a van.
Thank you for saying so Ruben, It means a lot from the likes of you!
Nice scratch work BO
Ger, love it!
Like all your work S(teve)poggie!
MartinsMaia those are great!
1- shot slinger Beautiful!
I skipped some others and could keep going on the rest because there is nothing but brilliance happening in this place but I must get to work...
Here's another chunk from the Rock Star piece and another work in progress after that. I kinda like the way it's looking in unfinished form...
one more just 'cause I saw it and kinda like it...
..you're one of the reasons i love fridays most! your drawings have a unique signature, one day i'd like to have an original done by yours! great!
i esp. love your orbite, tentacle creatures, when they go hot-roddin'!
Nate arted a couple things this week including this wicked sketch of my truck!
GaryC, this creation completely blows me away, your imagination and talent for putting wild ideas on paper are incredible....WOW, I am lost for words!!!!
My 7 year old daughter had a snow day earlier is week so she came to work with me. While at work with me she drew this Rat Fink. I had a RF sticker at my desk that she used for reference. I think it looks pretty good!
Im late, but it looks like everyone must be gone this weekend???? Lots of good stuff from the guys who are here though.... All I have are post card size doodles this week.. Been doing so many T-shirt designs which require lots of key board time, I decided what I really needed was some good old paper and smelly pen time.. So I started doing doodles of what I love while watching youtube videos about Stanley Kubrik... turns out, folks like my doodles and I cant seem to do enough of them, so expect to see more... here are a few of them, most of them sold quick... but I do have some left and more on the way, on my ebay store... and for all you fellers that will be in Detroit, come say hi and bring me a beer
dang.. my favorite didnt show up right... while most of the rest of those are just famous cars, this one is my own creation... The Minotaur, custom Ford Econonline race/show truck... Gurney Eagle Ford mill, Mustangy side air inlets, insanely akward seating.. What might Shelby have built if weed was legal then???? I want this, I want to see it in person with my own eyes
Thanks Kenmo, Jigger.
That don't look like the work of an ill person. Beautiful skill.
Great show gang, my favorite this week is the photo of Gambino's f.u. 54 at the Sacramento event. Gold stars all around. Thanx all! ~sololobo~
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