The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Mar 12, 2020.
Gday! pencil on paper...
On the Concours or the Salt, kudos to the Bones for shakin up Amelia Island!
(Posted previously in B+W). Good luck on the 13th!
Some more of my old art work Will post more over the next few weeks
COLOR stuff is old T-shirt art for our clubs annual car show. Most of it is drawn 4-color so it could be digitized for silk screen or transfer.
BLACK & WHITE stuff for Junkyard News which I co-pulished in the '80s, Also some old car show flyer art.
CARTOONS from Street Rodder Magazine...was a Contributing Artist for them in the '70s
I always amazed at the talent base here at the Hamb...Great stuff everyone...I've been lacking for a while but look forward to being back with you all soon...it's quite a honor...Happy Friday...
wish they could look LIKE that !!!
One of the most unusual, but very colorful rear engine roadsters on the drag racing scene in the early 60’s was the maroon/yellow flames version that ran locally at several So Cal dragstrips. We saw it in magazines and it was impressive. We were told it was fast, maybe not as fast as our favorite rear engine roadster, the Speed Sport Special, but fast nonetheless.
Holly Hedrich and driver, Bob McClure attacked the records as well as possible considering the competition.
Enjoying flames as much as I have over the years, a colorful, tasteful application is always a neat design. This multi-yellow flames against a maroon background made it stand out from any direction.
The Hedrich/McClure roadster went on to other paint designs, but this one version was the best... (As far as being colorful for eye catching attention.) The Hedrich-McClure rear engine roadster made believers out of a lot of people.
My 5 year old daughter and I sat down the other day and "colored" some pictures. She begged me to post them
Good start, art marches on !
What's not to love about this picture?
..." a chip off the old block"...
I really dig this Steve... COOL!
Hotwheels lens I painted for my nephew.
Bob, very appropriate!...here's 2 firsts for me, I've never drawn a Corvair ,...so here's a couple...
Older sign I did.
Another old drawing to go with the sign.
she did great, you could learn some lessons from her
Oh believe me... I've learned some lessons from her already.
Thank you..........it was a black and white photo.Changed the sky, colorized it, added the movie and then digitally painted it. Glad you liked it ..........
Love those 1936 Dodge Brothers horn covers as taillight housings on the Ford coupe!
Yayyyy!!! Rainbow Car !!!!!
@57 Corvette ~ Bob , all I can say is Klaatu barada nikto
and very cool!
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