The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GaryC., Jan 8, 2010.
Here's the first for the year from me...hope it is the first of many!
Thanks Ks...great work everyone.
That really stands out. The lace background is perfect to compliment the eye searing orange. I hope to see more of your art here soon.
Haha! Awesome little guy!
I know him - He lives in my basement - Right next to the waterpump.
Rob Schwager: Can't wait to see the rest of that when it's done.
Jeff Norwell: I love your lines in ink. They have so much life.
I have two quick things here to show.
I needed new promo stickers as I am down to the last couple from last time and I wanted something different. These are based on something I posted a week or so back of a 55 Poncho Gasser with some more refinement. I wanted to go back through and get the fenders to look more Pontiac and less general. Also added some injection stacks and some more trim (Yeah, I know that a real gasser would have less trim and no nerf bumpers, but I wanted it to say "Pontiac") These are 4" x 4.5" stickers Metallic silver and black on the left and khaki and brown on the right.
Sins of Speed was something I also came up with some time back. I think we are all a little guilty here. Sins are something you'd usually hide, but now you can take pride with a sins of speed T-shirt. Just printed up in black, wine, and army green with discharge ink so it won't come off.
jigger--- im a fan...i go to motorbug all the time to pep your stuff so cool...jalopy
Britt8m-----man you stuff is killer pops so hard
Rocy jr---wow super clean
Norwell------some day i hope to have stuff that clean
Wow great start to the show. Lots of great artwork. Wish I could post some of the artwork done as Christmas presents but...
Here's one done based on an old shot of the Moon sedan.
Wow, alot of nice artwork again!!
This is a photoshop painting I did last week.
Welcome Bugfink, nice first post
Here's my submission for the week. One I did for a friend of his Shay Ford.
Something else I was fooling with this week.
Pen and ink/Photoshop
my offering to the hot rod gods.......
Post 'em up! people gotta see those designs!
Great work everyone! Rubens I'm digging the photoshop painting, I may have to hit you up for some "how to" advice on that! Here's a painting that I did for my father-in-law's Christmas present. It's a painting of him and his father at the Bonneville Salt flats. His dad was a soldier in WWII and was part of the Normandy Invasion on D-Day. The number on the door "44" is for 1944 the year of D-Day. My father-in-law and his dad were both soldiers at one point in time, so I thought it would be a neat idea to use different images of them when they were soldiers and place them back at the origins of hot rod history..One of the coolest paintings I've cranked out in a while so I hope you guys and gals enjoy it!!~Mojodaddy
16" x 20" Oil on Panel
"Freedom Flight" - Detail
I'm very proud of Nick Sinclair's cover that he did for me. I love that bastard! I wish I was good as you guys here. You all rock.
Off to a great start in 2010 !!!!
Great work guys and gals !
You use a wiener to steady your arm?
That's a Bratwurst!
Outstanding show this week. here's my shit! Sorry it's a little off topic, but hey, I got paid to do it:
And a feature in Blacktop Graffiti issue #3......Thanks Randy.....get your copy today at www.blacktopgraffitimagazine.com today!
Hey....Happy Freakin' Friday!
Here's all I got....
i was snapping some pics of my neon '66 impala for an upcoming show, and ended up with this really cool shot.
you can see more of it here:
Wow what great show! Todd, Congrats brother! You do ROCK!
Here's a quick sketch I did of Jeff's Diamond Deuce. I wish I had gotten it done in time for Santa to put it under his tree!!!
The first drawing of the new decade!
Does he think he's a parrot?
HA! One of his cousins is in my shop.
This week's charity bike, a panhead called "Elbow Grease"
Ha cha cha chaa!
Can't wait to check out your stuff up close in Detroit again!
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