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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Nov 21, 2019.

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    Good morning Everyone from blinding summer Australia.. Kick orf yer Friday..

    Channeled three window and sweet T from last weekend's local Barossa Ford Show..
     
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    That is a great Curtiss P-40 Bob, love the detail on the car as well, thanks for posting, a great start to another cool Friday Art Show!
     
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    With credit to unknown artist.
     
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  8. Here's an etching I did of my 32 Chevy using copper and brass. Sits on the desk in my office.


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  9. Another laser cut sign painted and assembled.


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    image.jpeg Cool start, an oldie !
     
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    Greer, Black, Prudhomme FED … field mouse starting line view
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    Hello,

    It was senior year of high school and the future was calling. Where were you in 1962? The amazing thing was that the Lions Dragstrip “field mouse” got a view of the winning FED during this season. The sleek, red/orange FED was driven by drag racing legend, Don Prudhomme, who won 237 of the 241 races, in which he piloted the car…

    The races at Lions on a Saturday night was always a treat when the red/yellow FED rolled to the staging area. Whether it was with groups of teenagers or on a date night, the excitement was evident at the starting line.

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    Despite the original color being red/orange, the most popular color of the finished record holder, was the bright yellow paint by Don Prudhomme. The immaculate FED was called the “Greer, Black, and Prudhomme” race car in the early 1962 season.

    “It was one of the most beautiful dragsters ever built was also one of the most successful. In an era when function took precedence over form, the legendary Greer, Black & Prudhomme dragster combined the best of both worlds, that is, it looked great and ran even better. With a combination of the money from Tommy Greer, the engine and clutch science of Keith Black and the raw driving skills of a young car painter by the name of Don Prudhomme, the GB&P car literally struck fear in the hearts of its competitors.” WDIFL

    My brother and I have always liked this yellow version and it has stuck all of these years. The whole car had gone through some difficult times and was reconstructed in 1968 to this yellow beauty as we all remember from those early days.

    The drawing is what a field mouse would see at the starting line at Lions Dragstrip back then. It was extremely low/mean, had the attitude of power, and with that, scored a string of unbelievable victories in the races.



     
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    from St. louis

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    i don't have anything new that I've finished, but started on one for a good friend of mine and her birds. I don't really do christmas, but there are a few people i'll send out paints too and one of her birds just died, ( the yellow one) so Im doing a group picture. just have the bases done and some layering but still a lot of detail still to add. i'll post it when im finished for next Fridays art thread

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    And here are some ones from over the summer since I didn't want to just post an unfinished one

    Fish captain?

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    another friend owns an eclectic eye glasses store, so she called this one

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    ... "Black & Blue"... :cool:

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    ...and some other ol' stuff...
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  22. I don't know if video and music are appropriate items for the show or not but I had this little project that I did for fun and decided I would throw it on here as something different for you guys to check out. Another artistic interest of mine is music. I play guitar and have a small home recording studio and really enjoy creating tracks that are primarily instrumental. I had originally planned to do this for the Halloween FAS but it ended up taking longer than I expected. I love classic horror/monster movies and created this music track last year for a musicians website forum that I'm also involved with. The track is called "Cry of the Wolfman". Its pretty simple guitar based music that got a lot of inspiration from Warran Zevons "Were Wolves of London". I had worked up a photo manipulation of the Wolfman in a hot rod that I intended to submit for the Halloween FAS but got the idea to put together a video and use the music track as well. The video is pretty crude, I'm no movie producer thats for sure, but I gave it a shot and tried to make it HAMB friendly. Anyhow, hopefully a few of you might dig it. If you can, try to listen with ear buds or head phones for the best listening experience.

     
  23. I missed last week but this week more than makes up for it. You guys kicked some serious butt this week. WOW!

    Later,
    Dick
     
  24. Wow!, can't believe all the cool stuff posted today, nice variety,..
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    whoa doggies, what a great show and more to come, bring it on!!
     

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