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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Feb 12, 2010.

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  1. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
    Joined: May 20, 2009
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    Happy Friday...... and Happy Valentines Day to the wife's and girlfriends of the men who love their hot rods.

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  2. ewt2
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    This pencil drawing is of a suede painted '40 preparing to shoot it out at the break of dawn. Just like a duel in the old west! ( I guess I’ve been watching too many “Have Gun Will Travel” westerns lately!!!)
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    "Duel at Dawn"
     
  3. BOMONSTER
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    Why I Love My Wife

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  4. pasadenahotrod
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    The taillamp and the smooth door handle say 39 DeLuxe to me.
    Super drawing.
     

  5. Haven't posted in a while. My small offerings pale in comparison to most of the talent here. Aircooled!!
     

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  6. jdustu
    Joined: Sep 1, 2008
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    Jack Russell
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    This week's YOTC piece. Harley's got the Forty-Eight coming out, that's this:
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    And I just finished another "Hot Rod" Abrams Tank tonight...it's for a HAMB'r :D
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  7. jdustu
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    Stunning as always.
     
  8. Barn burner already! Great stuff Guys.

    Here's some quick and rough stuff...

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    Keep and eye out for more on this one:
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  9. KScooter
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    ewt2 - Beautiful work Ed. You must use a 6B extra soft lead or something. Does the actual art have as much contrast as the images do when posted on here? Something a little different from me this week. Some guys are posting work from their archives, so I made my own "old" art. Part of another job I did for a client, I created the weathered background with Corel and Photoshop, then for this piece I modified some of my hot rod line art to match the old blueprint look. [​IMG]
     
  10. JoJo O.
    Joined: May 12, 2009
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    EWT2 That is a badass drawing man.

    ~JoJo~
     
  11. forty1
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    1st is a kind of TRIKE bike, about 4.5 inches long..
    Then I wanted a license plate topper..
    excellent thread & work !
     

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  12. Michael Murder
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  13. acmechris
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    [​IMG]old wheel acmegraphix
     
  14. acmechris
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    [​IMG]new wheel acmegraphix
     
  15. bugfink
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    Killer start. Ed thats just gone! Here's a large in progress. I'm a little further on it now, just down to the details. Its a '59 t-bird titled "The Square Bubble"
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    Now to focus! I have 6 other paintings that are "in progress".
     
  16. Josh, that tank isn't just for any HAMB'r! CLANK CLANK WHERE'S MY TANK!

    Dude you have some serious skills! That is awesome work! Wanna build a full size tank for me? haha

    All fantastic start to the Friday Art Show! I am always amazed with your talent!
     
  17. Erixon
    Joined: Jul 29, 2009
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    Some WWII-style "Bomber Pin-Up"....


    All Oil on Canvas
     

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  18. cixpack
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    Hello HAMBERS

    A 1965 'rivi drawn on my nintendo DS with Colors! [​IMG]




    Edit: Don't know why the video appears twice... sorry
     
  19. lowshow
    Joined: Aug 3, 2009
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    Here's mine for today, great show so far.:)
     

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  20. lowshow
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    sorry I cut some off...its too early.
     
  21. HIDDEN
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    How about a few trucks?

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  22. HIDDEN
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    And a few pics of the shirts that were printed from the pieces I showed in last week's show. I think they turned out awesome!

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  23. dustdevil
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    Ed, I like the new drawing!
     
  24. GaryC.
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    "Waiting"
     

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  25. widewhitewalls
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    Awesome Show as Always Folks!

    Here's what I got this week, Torque Fest Poster #4 (just when you thought it was done)

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    Last, but not least is Toque Fest poster #4. This one is for the 'celebrity cars" at the event.

    The Reverend Horton Heat's '50 Ford 'Big Blue Car', Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's 'Asphalt Angle' V6 Trike, Voodoo Larry's 'Voodoo Psychosis' '31 Ford and lastly Hot Rod Chassis & Cycles built 'Tangerine Scream' '33 Ford Pick-up. These on top of the poster #2 with the Barris Cars and The Roswell Rod; it's shaping up to be one HELL OF A SHOW! This doesn't even include all the home built beauties, Bobbers, Choppers and Hot Rods ripping up the dirt track outside. Oh yeah, and the bands! Too much to even think about right now.

    There is going to be a very limited run on all four posters for the show being sold together as a collectors edition 11"x 17" on card stock, all signed and numbered, but you may want to be there to get your copies on May 1st. Numbers are limited (somewhere between 50-100 prints only) So make your travel plans now to head out there.

    John, who's putting this on also mentioned that there are a few artists who were asked to participate in the WW2 German helmet painting to get in touch with him about their mailing address. He's apparently sitting on a few and asked me to spread the word about it. Speaking of which I gotta get on mine as well.

    Interested in visiting the show on May 1st? Keep in touch with the show by heading to: www.vintagetorquefest.com
     
  26. Great stuff already! Kickin' start to FAS.

    Here are my first actual coaster tiles I'm doing for Relay For Life in April. All are on 4x4 ceramic bathroom tiles:

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    Funny thing....I had three designs and needed a fourth. Just because I could, I counted the strokes on each side of my first three designs and all three had 16! So I just had to make the fourth one match!
     
  27. '54Caddy
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    EWT2, That drawing is simply amazing! Great work by you and all the others who have posted, some real talent on here!
     
  28. kookee
    Joined: Jan 19, 2008
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    Wow! Just Wow!

    Always amazed at the talent and creativity you all share with us weekly.

    Thank you!
     
  29. Mere photos and prints do not do Ed's renderings justice. Until you hold an original in your hand and study it for hours can you begin to appreciate the depths of Ed's incredible talent. Simply amazing! And when others question if they're holding a photograph, you need only tilt the rendering slightly to see the "graphite glare" and their jaws drop.
     
  30. lockwoodkustoms
    Joined: Dec 22, 2005
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    Something I did for my boys bedroom.
     

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