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Art & Inspiration \/////Friday Art Show 09_29_2017: Unsensored\\\\\/

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jigger, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. to your attention I bet. Naw, no rules breaking here...
    Let’s keep things on the up and up and get ‘er rolling!

    A little twist on a familiar theme I drew to impress the guys the other night at bowling

    “ 8 Ball Girl ”
  2. More to come...
  3. Thanks for getting the show started Mark. Here are my "Racy" contributions for the week, from the Hot Rod Hill Climb:

    Royboy's '63 Galaxie at the top of Oh My God Road during the Reliability Run
    [​IMG]Travis 'Roy Boy' Scanlan - 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Hardtop Fastback Coupe - 1 by Mike Rogers, on Flickr

    David Sagan providing a Thrill Ride on the start line straight, entering the first corner
    [​IMG]4B David Sagan - 1929 Ford Roadster - Painted by Mike Rogers, on Flickr

    Joe Hickenbottom nearing the finish line
    [​IMG]Joe Hickenbottom - 1934 Chevrolet Coupe - 3 by Mike Rogers, on Flickr

  4. I just would like to say thanks for sharing everyone. Jigger I like your pinup girls. Here's a drawing that Sam (rusty 1 ) did and sent to me back in 1990. I've had it on my art wall ever since. He has such a cool style! So have a great Friday. Ron... 20170929_011510.jpg

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  5. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
    Joined: May 20, 2009
    Posts: 1,735

    57 Corvette ~ Bob

  6. fergusonic
    Joined: Nov 11, 2007
    Posts: 221

    from Kokomo, In

    P1060225.JPG The HRP-mobile in Scroll Saw Rendering.
  7. And one more.;)Bob I wish I could hit the like button more then once on that Dinner ! 20170929_020319.jpg 20170929_020440.jpg

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  8. Frogz
    Joined: Jan 15, 2013
    Posts: 434


    Another great FAS, congrats guys.

    Kalifornia gull:

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  9. Another’n... This on inspired by HAMB member, Nick’s (aka @Malcolm) photo of his club member’s cars.

  10. pontman
    Joined: Mar 18, 2011
    Posts: 401


    Great thread! Lots of spam this time of night with similar heading, almost reported this. I tag at least a few a week?
    Damn I would have felt like an ass about this. Keep the Hot Rod art coming!!!
  11. To add to the chaos and confusion and sensory overload, here's a bit of a twist on an image I did a while back...
    Enjoy your weekend, folks! :cool:

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  12. HAAAAMB aaannd EHGGGGHSS..

    Strange stuff. OK, almost strange stuff amongst the coffee, yes?.. Iif so, more fuel for the fire.. Lightburn Zeta altered..

    Last edited: Sep 29, 2017
  13. mark schanfeldt
    Joined: Jun 28, 2007
    Posts: 204

    mark schanfeldt

    STUDEBAKER SIGN W MARK.JPG STUDEB. MUSEUM NEON SIGN.jpg View attachment 3668021 Saw this sign at Studebaker museum. South Bend IN. Went home - built model - hung in garage.
  14. jnaki
    Joined: Jan 1, 2015
    Posts: 5,076


    upload_2017-9-29_3-27-5.png upload_2017-9-29_3-27-24.png The very first Sunshine Scooter, all wood.

    Back in 1953, we were anxious for something that went fast. Bicycles were already customized and were ok. Our roller skates just did not do it anymore. So, with a couple of 2x4 boards, a broom handle and our steel roller skates, we created a T handle scooter. We loved all moving things. Tricycles, bicycles, lawnmowers, doodlebugs, and go karts, But, as we got older, cars came into the picture and the other things just faded into memories.

    upload_2017-9-29_3-28-58.png 1947 photo Ralph Morse
    Those times passed by, but our thoughts always went back to those good old days. Taking apart new shiny steel wheel roller skates to nail onto a 2x4 and a box to make a scooter. Then later on, taking off that box to make a early skateboard… That was a fun time experimenting, eventhough we got #$#@ from our mother for ruining perfectly good roller skates.

    Jump up many years later and I wanted to create a similar “moving” concept for my son. Finding old skateboards for little money, being a designer and making it safe for a little kid to tear up the sidewalks…

    Since this was a hobby that turned into a small business, we had to have a cool delivery vehicle to show up at skate shops and client houses all over So Cal. The first one was a 1965 Chevelle 2 door wagon. The whole car was similar to our old 65 El Camino, so we knew it would be reliable.

    The second choice was to get another 40 Ford Sedan Delivery (would have been our third Ford Sedan Delivery) and set it up with an SBC, a/c, auto, with logos and printing on the sides.

    Our pocket book was smaller than our actual bank account, so those vehicles were put on hold. The small business was starting to get off the ground down in the Dana Point Harbor and other skate shops. It was advertised in the local Dealer Action Sports Catalog,too. But, after consulting with a friend who was a lawyer, he scared us to death with paralyzing, liability and payouts. He said we would have to spend $15K for a million dollar liability policy to cover our lives and assets. What???
    upload_2017-9-29_4-2-3.png upload_2017-9-29_4-2-18.png upload_2017-9-29_4-2-29.png
    When my wife heard this, ($15k for $1 mil) a giant “factory recall” was put in place and no “Sunshine Scooters” were out there in the So Cal community or in shops. (We deemed it a safety issue with the handles and got every scooter back) Money went back to the buyers, but we were prepared for this fiasco.
    Our family was the only ones to still use the scooters at various "kid" parties and outings. I used my “adult size” flamed one for those “scoots” down the long trail to Trestles Beach in North San Diego County, much to the amazement to others that were walking.
    upload_2017-9-29_4-8-7.png upload_2017-9-29_4-8-37.png upload_2017-9-29_4-9-21.png
    A well used, Surf Scooter for adults…

    “When we were young,
    We were small, but we didn’t know it.
    When you were hurt,
    You would smile so you didn’t show it”

    Aside: With in several years, a huge corporate business came out with the Razor Scooter and made zillions. Oh well…our family of scooters are all resting nicely in the attic, these days.

    When she was little, our granddaughter loved using these "Sunshine Scooters," then moved on to the Razors. So, my wife got the adult size Razor and I used my "flame" special scooter for our outings in the parks and beach boardwalks.

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  15. georgeg
    Joined: Nov 18, 2008
    Posts: 186

    from Il

    From Jalopyfest. DSC_2064.jpg DSC_2070.jpg
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  16. raymay
    Joined: Mar 2, 2008
    Posts: 2,381


    One of our weekly Cruise Nights was near our locally famous House Of Guitars. On a few occasions they would bring out some of their vintage equipment to photograph with the cars. Last week I spotted my 56 and a couple of my friends rides in their photo gallery.

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  17. edcodesign
    Joined: Mar 30, 2007
    Posts: 3,995


    image.jpeg Great Fri. morn start to all. Thanks for the likes. Here is a shot at Fabian Valdez's cool 50 Chevy.
  18. Kool! Thanks, guys.
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  19. Here's my favorite black and white. My grandson the day he was born. 20170929_031850.jpg

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    Joined: Mar 30, 2007
    Posts: 3,995


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  21. Ron Brown
    Joined: Jul 6, 2015
    Posts: 1,585

    Ron Brown

    got one I did for my friends wife (her vette) and one Im workin on........great show today...Ron F IMG_2866.JPG IMG_2871.JPG , that 40 Ford is really good.
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  22. Ron, (ufo), thanks for posting that old sketch,...'s couple of my favorites...
    retro rewind 2017 012.jpg 2017 t-fest donations 008.jpg
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  23. upload_2017-9-29_10-10-28.jpeg
    Holy Cow,that is so cool,I'm honored you made my old sedan look good,thank you! HRP
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  24. Malcolm
    Joined: Feb 9, 2006
    Posts: 7,638

    from Nebraska

    That turned out awesome, Mark!!

    Here's the original photo:

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  25. Got rained out today for potato harvest, so I can actually check out the FAS on a Friday! Great show, guys, always love checking out the superb contributions. :)

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