The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GaryC., Mar 14, 2014.
Dave Lohr's amazing coupe.
Yeh Gary that's kinda rad. Really happy you're regularly posting here again...
- Donated this 36 x 24" acrylic on masonite to DLRA's auction wednesday week ago. Raised a good amount for the aussie salt lake cause. Thanks Animal, the only auctioneer dressed only in underpants.
Great start, Gary. I've always wanted to do a painting of Dave's car....yours looks awesome, man.
This my latest piece....myself, along with my nephew Nico and his dog, Brownie, heading out to Santa Cruz to catch a few waves and enjoy the day.
18 x 30 in.
Gary, Ruben, great work guys ............super start.
An old black and white image I found on the Internet ............
Love everything posted so far. Here's a lot of scratching...
Gary C.: I really dig Dave Lohr's coupe, and your work is just amazing.
Spoggie: awesome speed effect, and really nice colours.
Ruben: a la Norman Rockwell atmosphere, splendid!
Bob: great lights and colours, as usual!
Bomonster: so hot... but so cool!
This week, a completely OT V dub bus.
WOW! I almost forgot it was Friday.
Liking this great start. Here, let me mess it up...
Great start as usual. Thanks for brightening my day.
Frogz, that Bus is KILLER! love it.
Very cool stuff everyone!
This is only a year and a half late, but I finally finished my tribute piece and printed a small run of em for sale:
Great show this morning.
Here is one I'm in the middle of.
Hope you dig it.
I do love me some "Forward Look"!
I don't care if its late - its some of your best work - by far.
This is a magnificent tribute to a real legend of hot rodding.
Sign me up for one.
The rest of you have some great stuff also - Great show this week!
Here's another car part lamp I made.
experimenting in drypoint -
..and close-up of an earlier version:
..and yeah, the engine is wrong, i forgot the part i had to scratch the drawing mirrored
Happy Pre St. Paddys day - great start!
Very nice tribute piece Chris
Ruben - Love the Woody painting - looks like a good time!
Here's mine for the week - from the Golden Super Cuise a while back:
1949 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe - Kola Kid Kustomz - Painted by Mike Rogers - Driven Imagery, on Flickr
Two of my old favorite's
great work guys! James glad to see your back at it.
all really nice stuff today,...here's 37 Chev...
...and a nother entitled "quitin time"...
Surf Fink, my girlfriend help paint, she painted most of it and I painted Drag Race back in 06 that's also her art on the wall behind her. sorry for the glare, it's hard to get picts in the store.
Ruben, Another great work! Man you just kill me! I mean that in a good way.
Some seriously good art on here today! My compliments to everyone!
I haven't posted in quite a while,so here goes. This is based on a model I built in the same colors. Hope you like it.
Ya got me again Bob............... Great!
Some new and old stuff from me. All original sculpts that I molded and resin cast.
shift knob sculpt for this year.
Frank ring with a shift knob mod in the background.
Some custom knobs getting painted for a customer.
Frank knob I sculpted last summer.
Pinstriping by Kurt Silva - Bend Oregon
THe Engine is'nt wrong. Not if the Engine is a Willys Flathead!
Then it's PERFECT.
Frogz, very cool image and brings back a lot of memories .......
roseville carl, thanks for the kind words Carl, always appreciated ......
Great work from everyone this weeks ....keep them coming.
Thanks a lot Chris, really much appreciated.
Your artwork is just amazing, perfect layout for one of the most iconic car of all time.
I haven't posted here since a looooooong time. Anyway, I'm back on paper after a few years, and started to paint some hot rods, again.
Nice 39 there Rusty1.
also nice work Empire 32. These two are my to favorites so far...Thanks to everyone posting there work hear. You all have great talent.. I love the FAS
Ruben - Love your composition!
57 Corvette - Bob, your work never gets old! Love it!
Everyone else is also supplying mucho eye candy this week!
Here's a military theme that I did:
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