The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by lockwoodkustoms, Jan 24, 2013.
Latest sculpt. Squatch!!! Mold making later today. Resin figures available tomorrow.
Hey thanks guys!! Stoked to be making new work and I have a few moto and rod stuff coming this year!
grf-x, hey special thanks man...appreciate the support! I do have a pile of new shirts on my site now, I don't want to spam the board with links but we do have new stuff to replace the old legends! PM your address and size and I'll see if I can't find an old design or two laying around for you!
Very cool work ......
Classy and inspiring work ......
Super work ......
Killer artwork ............
Love this one Ken and a great series ........
Mark, Ken, Wanda, thanks for the kind works ..........always much appreciated.
My wife would dig that, where do I get one.
That is AWESOME! Your attention to detail is amazing!
I haven't had them printed up yet, I have a few more things to adjust and they will be off to the screen printer, should have them in a few weeks, as well as a few other designs I haven't finished yet. Just add me as a friend on here and I'll keep you posted
Thank you so much Ken, Lizzie and Bob!
Ghoul, what did you use for an armature/ foundation? I've been messing with my Sculpey a little and see that same dark crap develops as my hands get a bit dirty. I was wondering if that's what I see on your's or is that the foundation?
Killer Job man, I think it would be funny if that were proportionately accurate to the real dude... if it, in fact, exists at all...
I use crumpled tinfoil as a foundation because it is cheaper than sculpey and helps in the curing process. The dark crap you see is super sculpey firm mixed in with the super sculpey. I used to just use the firm stuff, which is grey but my hands are getting worse with arthritis so I'm switching over to the beige stuff and mixing them together a bit. Stay away from the white sculpey, it's crap.
Good idea on the proportionately accurate figue. I may just do that. Next up though is a Werewolf Tiki Mug. I'll post pics of the finished resin figure next Friday! Thanks!!
I guess this weeks show isn't good enough to get "Sticky status" ... Seems strange Everybody is rockin it outta park again... You guys never dissappoint!
It's shaping up to be a awesome Friday here.
"Awful quiet around here. Gonna have to do something about that."
"We have lift-off!"
I guess that the bosses must be at the GNRS for this art show not getting a sticky..........................Great work guys.
Killer show this week everyone. I found a customcory floor scrap.
Cool stuff everyone. Here's a non-sticky bump.
I LOVE this! Fantastic idea!
Great show guys!!
That Caddy is so el-suprem-o! Couldn't shut my face yapping about this at our Automotive brotherhood gathering today. It is beyond fab! Thanx for sharing and the cheep thrills!! ~sololobo~
An art show bump and a big Atta boy to CIXPack for his beautiful rendering, to
dmccraryart for his incredible watercolors. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the McMullen Roadster piece! To Kenmo for experimenting and entering the arena. A nod to Janne and HUGE
WOW! to the all powerful Oz for the Caddy and his astounding was of making Mr. 'D Aogustino's designs come to life! To Rubens for doing justice to a killer Telecaster!
Also love Varin-Maeus' brilliant work
Thats just to name but a few of the fine contributors to this great week's body of work!
Did this today.
you are quite the talent!
Did this 10 minutes ago....
Thank you very much!
Killer show to everyone!
Everyones stuff this week is BAD ASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am glad I started messing around because to me Art really lifts the spirit.
KC, your work is fantastic, I love your pinup girls, your proportions are on point!
Here's another shirt I came up with, I know it's not friday anymore, but I did start the preliminary sketches last night....so I'm counting it. haha
Nicely done brother......looks great.
I'm no artist but this is my contribution. "Henry & Clara". All pre-war Ford parts. Need a window crank handle for Clara's "hair" still.
Wow - I have always been blown away by photorealist painters - what medium are you working in?
This is actually a photo that was digitally painted in Photoshop. The background was extracted and replaced and the moon was added.Then the whole image painted.
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not Friday anymore but i almost never have anything on topic to post so here is a Brother Rat Fink I did a lil while ago, hes on the clients blue bagger I'd originally put him on a cool bobber but I think it still turned out neat. The image is bent in the photo as it was the only way I could get a decent shot of the piece as its kind of on the back/inside of an elbow etc.
Thank you very much Lizzie!!
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