The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Nov 3, 2011.
A little striping I did with a vintage flair from GoodGuys/Charlotte....
Who's up for hot-rods? -Johnny Hartman, El Mirage, 1949;
Kawasaki racing piston was just laying around and needed something stupid cut into it
A couple "Winged Wheel" knobs in the works. Beginnings of the first 1" diameter American Torque Thrust wheel on today's FAS
i havent posted in a while but here is a old medical cabinet i redid for a local tattoo shop.
that thing is awesome
Gearhedz.....Your work is so impressive, would love to have a piece for my collection!
Fantastic clock, Mark!!! I always look forward to your creative and generous contributions to help us help Ronald McDonald House. Looks like I'll be digging deep to have a chance at this panel. Thank you so much!!
Man, You guys continue to knock it out of the park! I won't go down the list, but just know I appreciate all of you. That piston is just stupid cool, and I mean that in the best way.
Neat! What kind of material is it, and what tools did you use?
Hardcore gearheads will find a heap'a'koolsville in Larry O'Toole's badass aussie publications., including, & 'specially, 'Australia's Hot Rod Pioneers'.
This pic can't demonstrate the innate beauty & balance of Jack 'Fizzball' Collin's B/D record holder outta Melbourne Victoria- circa 1966-67. Aussie built inline Holdens whip the inline 6 world when they're in a chassis as fine as this one was.
Another blazing art offering. Love it all. Pick a couple faves, the Corsair and the flamed coupe and the 41 and 5 window coupe. All are gold star winners. Thanx folks! ~sololobo~
Aluminum alloy. Nothing but knife and a Foredom Flex Shaft machine. No metal added and no heat except what is caused by buffing.
awesome work guys!
im a hack...but here goes.
1957 ford rear shock... when you compress the shock his mouth closes!
a little drag cartoon
and a skellly tourist!
all painted in ONESHOT!
Flyer for my upcoming solo show at the Octane Gallery in Nashville.
Be there or be square.
Great start everyone! Missed a few weeks, but I am back with an assortment of photos.
Here are a few new ones.
Mine for the week. Weesners car I was looking through the Electroline Diaries and felt like busting out some prismas.
Enjoying the show.
Nice work fellas.
Totally out of this world! Toured your website and the work there is amazing too! I am very inspired from it.
I saw customcory draw this in about 5 minutes so I grabbed it out of his hands for FAS. He said it was a idea of 32coupedeville's project, but said that he didnt get the details right but wanted to draw it anyway. The original is on yellow legal pad paper which does not scan very good. A negative of a yellow turns out blue.
Fantastic image! Love the way you did the HDR(?) and/or processing on it. Great glow
I couldn't post this last week 'cause I hadn't (re)painted it yet...
Stood 6'6" in full gear.
T Shirt design for PPG at this year's SEMA show.
Great processing to get some really unique and attractive effects.
Well, Here goes.. I was hoping to get this closer to completion, but schedule is insane, as usual... I'm getting too old for this pace...
Anyway, I requested to do a drawing of this pic and was given it - photos are art too, in my opinion. Here is a little on what has transpired do far...
It is Tillrock inspired - maybe someday I can get half as good as Ed...
relax D your hood is in the works too....
Oh man, this is almost EXACTLY what I'd like to build... Cool rendering!
Looks great! Ed inspired me to do what I do also. All you can do is keep practicing like anything else to better yourself. Keep it up!!
Love the shots of the "A" built by Jason Graham
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