The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Mar 2, 2017.
Great show today. I'm late, as usual.
Very nice boat Miky, looks like a swoopy Gar Wood is it scratch or kit?
Great clear coat too
Bob...your stuff kills
Thanks to all the artists who keep us amazed every week. The displays in Detroit were something to see in person. Hope all enjoy these shots from the show.....
I think you need to back up 10 feet and show us another picture, of the same shirt, on the same lady.
Yeay I love the COEs
Rusty...thats funny....my favorite time is filling in the dark spaces as well...it really makes the pic start to pop.
I almost forgot to post these, thanks for the reminder Davyj !
Many present and former FAS contributors in this photo at The Cobo Hall.
“Basement dwellers” include:
Cartoonist, Bill Stinson,
Photographer, Thom Metz,
Fink-toonist, Mark Thompson,
Pencil specialist, Ed Tillrock,
Hot rod Illustrator, Todd Jones,
'Cat'-toonist, Shawn Dickinson,
Flying eyeball jeweler, Unkl Ian Griffith
Scratchboard specialist, Bomonster,
Pulp illustrator, Max Grundy,
hot rod and honey rendering specialist Keith Weesner,
Hot rod Illustrstor, Chad Lampert,
Leather craftsman, Nate Henderson
Automotive illustrator/painter Lawerence Gardinerand more...
To quote Mark thompson’s Facebook post, “Might be the best “Artist Alley” SKETCH panel yet, My bud John Wells does this every year for his charity “ Helping Hannas Heart”, great cause!
Vintage Torquefest baby!” where it will be auctioned off for the cause. Personally, I want a do over...
At my booth with my wife, Jennifer and a customer (I’m the one in the bowling shirt.)
it was my first time at a major auto show . Detroit has been a long time goal, it was great to be there.
WILLYS??? Here's some...old and new...
Heck, I’ll add an old Willys drawings too...
Love the COE Ron, not enough of them show up on the FAS
Very not bad! It gives a whole new definition to the name "Iron Man".
Man, if all the shirts are the same, I gotta get one for the wife
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I'm disappointed to see that a piece of artwork was removed between yesterday and this morning. It
was a drawing of a horse and it's rider. I realize it was not "traditional hot rod" based but it was very
well done. I was hoping that it would survive because, after all, this is an art thread and art should
be encouraged. As Jigger noted in an earlier post, there are works (mainly photos) that ought not be
posted in this thread but would stand up in the basic discussions.
Since signing on at the H.A.M.B. I've been spanked twice for posting inappropriate photos. One post
was of a '66 Chevy 'wagon that had '90s era wheels on it, the other post had an earlier race car in
conjunction with the owner's '90s era Pro Stock drag car. I can understand the thinking behind both
deletions but I think we can and should stretch the limits a bit in an art inspired thread.
Had to go all the way to page 3 to find the FAS to go with my coffee this morning. Great work everyone, I look forward to it every week. To the top!
Thanks for the kind words Ron, I appreciate it ............
Thanks for these pix!
Always great to see the art stalls and world famous names plying their trade!
...now you're just tryin to get deleted.
"RATS! My car took off WITHOUT me, again".
Thanks, I appreciate that.
A shout out to Ron Funkhouser. I have to tell you Ron that I have enjoyed seeing your progress with your drawing skills. Why do I think you are having fun. Keep at it man, great job.
I love this thread, so many talented people so many different mediums.
I was just thinking the same thing
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