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Art & Inspiration *******EL VIERNES ARTE SHOW*********(friday art show)

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  1. stroupedesign
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    Clysdale, 57 Corvette Bob.... Awesome stuff!
     
  2. Broman
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  3. Tom davison
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    Thanks for not listening to him...it's a beautiful piece.
     
  4. 1- shot slinger
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    AWESOME SHOW AS ALWAYS!!!

    Here are some tins I did this week, the photo shoot for "The Horse" is next month, be looking for it later this year.

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  5. Choptop
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    Billetproof Washington 2010 t-shirt artwork. Illustration by the great and wonderful Jeff Allison. I did the layout.



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  6. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Killer photo Dan ...........

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  7. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Gnichols, Slim Pickens, Stroupedesign ...thank you guys, I appreciate it.
     
  8. fortypickup
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    Thanks Mark!

    Great show guys!
     
  9. Da Tinman
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    Needed something to hold my drag plaque in style, so I whipped this out.

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  10. stroupedesign
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    BEEEuuutiful! What media?
     
  11. JBurt
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    Dan. Thanks. A serendipitous shot. Caught at the end of a photo shoot consisting of 15 vehicles during 40 mph winds. The sky colors are from dust in the air.

    Gone for the weekend. I'll have to catch up Sunday Nite.
     
  12. MNRacer
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    Hey thanks!

    Well, even though I started my illustration career way back in the pre-computer gouache and acrylic days, this one was done with a tablet and stylus. Not nearly as involving as slinging real paint, but it does allow me to fix my mistakes alot quicker than back in the 70's. Unfortunately, the art directors I work with in these modern times would freak if I didn't provide a layered digital file. Inspiring to see the beautiful "old school" artwork on here...I think I still have some gouache somewhere.
     
  13. Deadender60
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    Couple of shots from last week's opening night for Visual Mechanics II art exhibit here in Salinas...

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    One of Flip Hayes' (Flip on the HAMB)

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    Abraham & Will putting up one of Abraham Ortega's pieces.

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    Rat Fink by Rod Powell (RodP on the HAMB)

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    Some of our photography getting ready to hang.

    -Juan
     
  14. stroupedesign
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    Ok, maybe a little off topic. But I'm adding this one because she loved cars more than any person I've ever met. She couldn't wait to get her nose in the wind.

    The one year anniversary of her passing is coming up so I'm working on a bunch of paintings in her memory.

    I miss you Poet!

    18' X 24' acrylic on canvas
     

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  15. bbdiamond
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  16. stroupedesign
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    I came up in the same era, doing the same thing. Even though I've been working on a Mac since the first version of Photoshop I wish I could take some of their computers away and see how "skilled" they really are. The computer has become a crutch for otherwise mediocre talent.
     
  17. Dan Greenberg
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    Superb Bob as always. Thanks for your comment as well.

     
  18. Slim Pickens
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    ??? This is an Exhibit of art by some of the most talented artists I have had the pleasure of sharing my art with. Computer assisted or not. Save the negative vibes for some other site. Slim
     
  19. Mad Mark
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    Oh, hell yeah!
     
  20. SanDiegoJoe
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    Nicely done!

    - Joe
     
  21. stroupedesign
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    Please don't take my comment the wrong way. I wasn't calling out anyone on this site. I was referring to the "art directors he works with". I can relate to his comment.

    Kinda like the difference between someone who runs a CNC machine and someone who uses, a mill, lathe, files and hammers.

    Doing the old way is a dying art. And something that doesn't get a lot of respect from the younger generation.
     
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  22. ToddJ
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    Killer freaking show this week!

    Buick59- Killer photo, man! I cant wait to see the completed book!
    GaryC- That Gremlin is sick. Every time I think you've turned and oddball body style in to a cool rod, you come up with another twist! Very cool, man!
    jdustu- the "Maestro" is very cool
    Clysdale- David- you work always amazes me! I dig everything you do man!
    Spoggie- Cool watercolor!
    KScooter- Awesome! Just...Awesome!
    BOMONSTER: WILD!
    RodP...always a master! Incredible work!
    Kustom Linez- Holy Shit!
    Drewfus- Very cool!
    Dutch- Killer Flathead
    aceuh- Very nice!
    SlimPickens- Bad Ass!!!!
    1320Paul- I LIKE IT!!!!
    metalhotrodgirl- Love your style of striping! Always excellent stuff
    jalopy- cool stuff
    fortypickup- that woody roadster is bad to the bone!
    Mr WIM- Always outstanding work! big fan!
    Onearmbandit- All I can say, man is "Jeeeeeeeeeeze!" Terrific work!
    po'boy- Sick stuff!
    Dan Greenberg- Cool photos
    dustdevil- Awesome!!!!
    Lowcab- I love it, man!!!! Wish it was mine!
    J Cruz- Good to see ya post- love the design, man!
    Unkl Ian- Cool trophies!
    Customcory's sketches ROCK!
    1-Shot Slinger- Damned nice!!!
    Choptop- Nice!!!!
    Deadender60- Juan- Thanks for posting up pics from the Visual Mechanics II show
     
  23. Mad Mark
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    Gotta question for any Hambers. My buddy Marty striped this piece with an ashtray. It was brought to him spray bombed black. He has know idea what it came off of or even what the guy used it on. Curious minds want to know...

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    And a couple of pictures he recently did. Had something to do with a wedding of some sort.

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  24. Buick59
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    The whole industry has changed take the computers away, and there is no industry anymore. A computer is simply a tool, not an end to a means, rather a means to an end. And yes, I agree art directors are a pain.
     
  25. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Thank you Dan .......
     
  26. Lowriders Art Gallery
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    Mad Mark, that piece is referred to as a 36 Ford Waterfall. Goes in the middle of the dash on a 36 Ford. Should have some stainless under that nice artwork. Wish I could have gotten some pictures taken today for posting.
     
  27. stickylifter
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    It's been a while since I posted anything. Here's a poster/tshirt illo I did for the Rod Kings BBQ.
     

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  28. Speedrome
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    Great job everyone.

    Ger, this is so cool!!!

     
  29. cvstl
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    Waterfall from the center of a '36 Ford dash.... I believe a cabrio or roadster, since there is no w-shield crank hole.
     
  30. Mad Mark
    Joined: Jun 23, 2007
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    Thanks cvstl and LAG. I knew it was a Ford piece, but that was it. I didn't figure that it would stump the experts on here very long. ;)
     
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