The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Feb 7, 2014.
"The Smoker": a wild orange metalflake Bug if I remember well!
Here is one from me this week. This is based on a photo by Tim Sutton in the latest issue of ROD & Custom.
12"X24"BR Acrylic on canvas.
Thanks Dan! A fine compliment. Is 3D modeling work welcome here too? I have a few prototypes I'm working on.
Love the caricature massive headlights, and the reflection effects are awesome. I could learn a lot from stuff like this.
Great show this week so far & a big thanks to those who take the time to comment.
I love it all.
Frogz, thank you .....that Merc is a real classic....
ME.GASSER, LOL ....Wanda, you're not the first to mention the shoes.
Dan Greenberg, thank you Dan .....really love your first photo, great work...
Wild Willy, thank you Bill ......Killer trucks!!
Top notch work from everyone again this week ..........
24 by 30 on stretched canvas, One Shot Enamel.
8 by 10 stretched, One Shot Enamel.
Here's another from my line of classics. These are a couple of Packards done with Prismacolor pencils on white Stonehenge paper. About 15 x 17 inches.
Mmm, I remember prismacolor pencils. Nice work gbritnell!
So, if 3D stuff is acceptable, here's my little wrecker prototype. If it's not welcome y'all can yell at me later.
a few I just finished up, thanks for looking
Zeke: Those are outstanding and excellent, in the true meanings of the words.
Inspirational stuff Scott. I'm buying the book.
Yes it is...
First things first, a huge thankyou for all the support and comments, not to mention the e-mails from my very first Art Show attendance last week.
I'll post a few photo's of current Hot Rod sculptures I'm in the middle of once they are near to being cast and available for sale.
In the mean time and in response to a lot of mail I've been getting relating to the back-lit images on my web site, here is the latest image I've nearly finished. It still has to be sized and printed as a Dura-transparency. Then mounted. As alway I expect it'll be big, once complete. I guess around four foot wide.... The light boxes are all custom built, powered by LED's.
Anyway enough of the tech stuff... enjoy the image and if you want to read about or see the other back-lit stuff I do, go visit my site, www.speed-still.com
And once again thanks for the warm welcome.
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I just got done with this painting today.enjoy.
Sense there has been a couple vw bugs already I'll add my painting.
Here is an airbrush pic I did back about 2004.
Used Golden Acrylic on Parchment. Iwata Eclipse CS
Fantastic Show Guys! Sorry bout this one, it was balled up in the trash. Customcory floor scrap.
Gary C, exquisite wacom rendering, Wow
NorwellEquipped.. the A bone..
This thing is Kool! How did you do this?
Astounding work again! I'm constantly blown away by the calibre of the artists on here!
What I've been playing with lately....
I agree. I'd love to have some technical information about how it's done.
So I finally got around to doing traditional darkroom contact prints of some of my photos. Here are a few hanging to dry.
Each image starts as a photo of one of my sculptures or a shot I've taken at a show of a real car. It's then onto my mac for a few weeks. Tons of tools in photoshop and free hand drawing then takes place. Once happy with the image, it's off to a digital shop to order the dura-transparency. This, once i'm happy with the size, gets compressed mounted onto acrylic and attached to a custom built light box.... Led's, a few wires later and... Done!
WOW! Some really exceptional work this week everyone ! Gotta knuckle down with the pencils to try and keep up any sort of pace with you guys .
tonight I want to share some work that my young friend Danny Lawson has done . He is 14 years old and wants to become a concept design Artist in the future. some may not be HAMB friendly but are cool drawings none the less
Woah! Great start to the Friday night art show! Nice work everyone.
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