The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by realkustom51, May 2, 2013.
One of mine.
Breaking in my new drawing table.
Tony Nancy's drag roadster.
Nice work boys!
With Torque Thrust this week end, I wonder how big a show we'll have...
Here's my submission for now...
There is art on there...
Wow....just Wow.....What a way to start the FAS! Nice work guys.....Centurion9
Great start as usual.
Just a selection of scans from my sketch book from 2008. I need to get back to doing more sketch work. Most graphic design firms here prefer efficiency so sketch work has been drummed out of me.
Also an AV-8 concept.
Ok I get to play this week. I always check out the show, most times keep my mouth shut.
For my wife's birthday recently I had a friend of mine flame her mixer. Not my work, mind you, but still awesome.
Something I started doing last night still have to frame it and stripe it before it is finished. V8 made of sparkplugs and welded to a stainless steel panel.
When The Night Calls .... by Rat Rod Studios, on Flickr
Nice way to start a FAS Vaughn! Here's one I scratched this week. BOMONSTER "Surfin' USA" Professional drivers on a closed course. Do not attempt.
Cool stuff dudes !
Bob : Very nice, it's one of my favorite !
Just a few bits and pieces from last weekend's Half Moon Bay Dream Machines and a Triumph two-fer. Love Fridays!
Drag race tree on an original White Rose Oil invoice.
I had posted this in another thread a week or sop back not realizing there was such a thing as the Friday art show. So, apologies if reposting is in bad form but this is something my wife did for me recently. It now hangs in a place of pride in my workshop, above the debacle that will become my Model A coupe.
Really old one for Emanuel Nilsson.....
and the model by Emanuel Nilsson!....
Good show guys, keep 'um coming. Bob, the "night" rod is killer! Here's an old photo of my Airflow and some of my work, when I still did oil portraits.
nice start. here's my junk.
1shot on vintage sugarcane cutter.
1shot on vintage '6 crosscut saw.
detail of crosscut saw.
and last but not least.
"RODney" the wonder dog.
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oh and I did this with the left over paint.
1shot on grinder post.
sorry i'll be quiet now and let the talented people post.
The first BD Sign Supply / Glen Weisgerber "Down and Dirty" event is in the history books. It's the only place on the planet you can learn from the guy that hand painted cars for Prudhomme, McEwan, Force, Blue Max, Pulde and hundreds more. Here's a few pics. And yes that's the famous striper Hot Rod Jen in the pics, who kicked ass all weekend!!!
Great group of talented painters, great teacher, great weather two 12 hour painting marathons and a funny car sitting in the parking lot. OH YEAH!!!
Heres mine for the week.. First attempt at lettering. Tried to letter the name of my Grandfathers old shop. I free handed the letters instead of laying them out properly.. Dont really like it but, it was a learning experience..
I striped up a set of 1939 Ford pickup hubcaps for a fellow car club member. And then airbrushed a beer fridge for the annual bike rally going on in late May
Cool work Gary....
Another masterpiece Bob...
1961 Chevy Impala on Route 66
Well, here is one from this week. I had my son pose for the driver. It is supposed to be a guy pulling out of his garage into the moonlight for a late night, high speed drive without attracting the cops.
My son posing.
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