The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Aug 20, 2010.
Just a little something I knocked out this weekend.......really little (at least for me!) Clock gauge blank from a HAMB-friendly Suburban for Brad54!
Hope you like it Brad!
Random stuff this week... moving this week to a new crib with a GARAGE... KILLER stuff HAMB Gals and Guys. Thanks as always. Slim
Now for some fun ... Dennis Kirban (email@example.com) here are the HAMB let me post this killer old film from his private collection on several threads already ... Enjoy
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Great work as usual - I really look forwards to these Friday shows. The pin striping in particular I find astounding. Here are a few of my recent drawings. I spent two days drawing Hill climb specials. Aero engines and cycle-car chassis sort of makes them hot rods. This one's a land speed record car from 1905 - 25 litre V8 (perhaps the first V8 ever)...
And of course I did another page of quick shapes...
There are lots more on the blog - don't want to fill the entire thread up. Hope you like them.
Just saw the hemi under glass clip - great stuff. I saw it when it came to Goodwood where it was a big hit with the crowds. It's just great that they had it doing wheelies in a parking lot.
Started with a 48 Ford window, welded web pattern with a Maltese Cross detail. Etched in the mirror is a 48 Ford Convertible. One of the pieces I've done for a local art show coming up in October.
Yes Dave, we have just done another shoot this last weekend which you may have seen on steve's facebook
A PIECE I DID FOR SKOTY CHOP OF HIS "REDEEMER" yes thats silver leaf on canvas, engine turned....
***repost**** I DID THIS PIECE FOR ALEX GAMBINO, 1 for his open house 2 for just getting into the BEATNIKS!! a lil colab you might say!!! lol
Great work so far! I haven't been around on Fridays for a while.
Here's my contribution for this week.
Pablo, If your 8 year old daughter did the flowers, she has some serious talent. She will either be an interior designer or artist by the time she is 12 making good money. Nice work by both of you.
Keep it up - this stuff knocks my socks off - my next project is a "Speedster" - I've been collecting pictures of all the "Lines" that I would like to incorporate into the final design.
Your Art adds alot to the imagineering process
Super Kool Helmet !
Outstanding Bob, Aceuh, Slim,Kustom Linez, mlomaka! Really cool and different drawings Stefan!. Great contribs everyone else...
If those watercolors ever make it to a print set, let me know! I really dig the "unfinished" look.
Great work all!
Steve-love the eyeball!
Crook-the pin and decks are so rad!
Mask-been watching your signs.....cool vintage look!
Aceuh-Love the TorqThrust sepia! Where's the lift kit for the new Caddi?!?!
Here are mine for the week - still working on KKOA shots.
Really Bitch'n Photo.
Heres a little art piece i did for a club member.
Wow Dan, this one is amazing!
Thank you all for your contributions! I look forward to them each Friday!
Church - That van illustration is tits!
Smarjoram - I really dig your style - loose and free with a lot of soul. Very cool stuff.
Cool stuff everyone!
Here's a blast from the past...
I landed a gig with a local clothing company over a year ago to design three separate pinups for a line of Oxford dress shirts. His schtick is that he's selling art and not clothes. There is a small run of each design, individually signed and numbered and once they're gone, they are gone. They came out really nice and the quality of the shirts and printing is awesome, but I never posted them here before. One, I'm my own worst critic. And two, when it was all said and done, I felt the clothier wanted WAY too much money for the shirts. I know you guys are like me and would rather spend money on speed parts.
However, I just got an email from the dude the other day saying he's closing up shop and moving out west to San Francisco. Therefore, all of his stock is now half off and I figured now was as good a time as any to put my work up for the HAMB community.
If you did pick up a shirt, I'm sure I wouldn't see a dime of it, but knowing someone with the HAMB mentality was wearing one of my ladies would make me mighty proud. Enjoy.
I suppose a link would be helpful: http://www.local-ink.com/index.php/artists/sam-wood
Fill 'er Up:
Nice light quality to your work!
I tried to comment on the blog but couldn't sign in (bad memory argh!)!!
Great work everyone. Wish Montana wasn't so far off the beaten path. Would really like to have some pinstripers on hand for my upcoming Art Show. Some performance Art so to speak. Should be a good low key show. Unfortunately, no money is involved and gas is expensive. Look forward to Friday's, makes my week.
Great work everyone
Nice work out there guys, been a while since I posted anything. haven't done much on topic to post here, Did this yesterday for a fellow hamber. never use markers but its what I had, still had fun with it. 53 GMC. he owns a print shop...
awesome stuff today.
Awesome show this week!
Here is some new stuff from me.
Blue Metalflake helmet:
an old Lithography Press:
the door of Ollie's Barbershop here in Denver:
...and some new promo flyers until I can afford to get some new business cards printed:
Jigger, Church, Crook anbd Kustom Linez - Thanks for the comments!
David - man i just love your work a ton
Ger - that piece looks great!
awesome work here today.
Gary, That Model A Rocks!
Smarjoram, I love the feel of your work...
Here's a pencil drawing of Seth Wagner's 41 Willys "Hammer Head" It was one of the Great 8 winners in Detroit a few years ago.
"Hammer Head" pencil on board, image 15"x24"
some great stuff here!
Great work by everyone again this week ...... the artists here never disappoint. Many thanks to those who commented on my work.
Dan, those are killer photos this week .......
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