The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Oct 26, 2012.
Thanks for the kind words Dan Greenberg, your work always inspiring.
A "Before and After" render:
Great, great show gang!
sambo, killer stuff man.
Varin-Maeus, N.Ozols, zerlang, The Goon, skywolf, palat, Britt8M, Spoggie, Vonzemo, cixpack,
boss245, dmccraryart, j conrad, sacredkustoms, your visionary art is beautifully executed.
Dan and John, your photos are always inspirational and truly artfully created!
Ryan, love the panel,
Ken, your 'crap' is cool
Bernie, I like it !
Larry, love the twisted twist! Another great rendering sir!
RUBEN, the Norton steels the show! Increcible work my friend.
Thank you Mr. Moore, I dig your offerings too!
Where's BO??? the weekend before Halloween and NO Bomonster???
Jigger-I didnt post anything!I was complimenting Varin-Maeus' kickass work! Funny, thats the second time Ive "quoted" his stuff and got complimented for it! Yeah where the hell IS Bo?
The weird part ... I'd already begun to compliment Varin-Maeus on his work.
sorry Sambo and Varin-Maeus, too, please don't confuse my lack of attention with a lack of sincerity; I really like your work, esp. the Apache!
Now for something less that Spook-tacular for the Halloween crowd...
First, a quick new sketch... (Needs something more so I'll add it later)
Some old animated GIFs
... and, yes, prints are available, stand in line behind Doc. Be checking in on the HAMB Classified in the next few weeks as I make some stuff available to this community first.
Holiday related prints and, if all goes as planned, greeting cards...box sets per order....
This one is still in the works, being colorized...
"Dead Sled" is still not finished either but will be soon...
Wow...that's nice !!
Enlarged 1959 invoice I drew the tea pot carb on. 10x11 inches. Rocker arm detail in pencil I finished 5 minutes ago. 8 x11
Slammed this one up last night for the feel of Halloween. Maybe have a cleaner version posted up next week.
And what a fine piece it is. Thanks for sharing.
I haven't seen Corvette Bob post anything on here lately. Just wondering if everythings okay. Has anyone heard??
Thanks N. Ozols! Diggin' the wagon. Enjoying the show! Get that greeting card set ready Jigger.
Put a few more touches on my dirt drag car- shockers mainly. Put Hartford/ Houdailles in the too hard basket. But they'd be a good detail to nail.
Killer show as always...have a Happy Halloween!
Bob's alive and well. I talked to him a week or so ago.
Here's my late entry, "Barn Fresh". Got to get on here earlier on Fridays!
Amazing! Beautiful work.
I think Halloween must be extra scary in Nebraska. Fantastic stuff!!
A brand spankin' new 2013 Harley I striped up last weekend.....
Really, really, really, really, really, really dig your work man. Way too cool.
From me. Damn , there is a lot of talent on the hamb!
Late again... more laser cut madness.
I've been on a Pontiac kick lately.
the items you make are amazing, can you explain the process to us less talented folks?
Not 100% finished but I wanted to offer something up for the FAS. Here's the "Wrench Biter" Piston knob. Tomorrow the rings and rod bushing should be finished. Great work everyone! Have a safe and great weekend!
Too much kewl stuff this week as always!
Wow - that is amazing!
Man where to start!? I don't want to bore anyone with lots of process details so I'll try to keep it short. If you want more detailed info I would be glad to send a PM.
I work with a laser as part of my job. Ideas are always popping into my head. All signs start as vector artwork. I use Corel Draw mostly. Illustrator works well too. I usually start with a photograph that I've have taken. I generate line work in layers based off colors, details, or how I want the sign to look when cut. Each layer is laser cut from a single sheet of masonite. The laser will cut a variety of materials - plastics, wood, thin metals. I then primer and paint parts according to the design. The parts are then assembled (overlaying layers) into a 3D sign. Seems to be my choice for creating artwork - something different.
thanks for asking
Nice work everyone
Original 429 valve cover, cleaned up, painted, mounted with standoffs on a 15 x 12 black piano wood board with some vinyl graphic logo work.
I really like this, it kind of reminds me of this picture my grandfather took at Sharon Speedway
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