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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Aug 27, 2010.

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  1. synthsis
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    it's a photo, you know that right? not a drawing or CG.
     
  2. smarjoram
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    Great stuff as usual. Love the streamliner on the salt flat (even though it frustrates me that that place is so far away). Hotrd32 - are those pinhole photos? They've got a great feel. Good to see someone else having a go at the watercolours. I can recommend the waterbrushes by pentel. They hold the water in the handle so you don't have to balance pots of water - great when you're out and about. All of my watercolours have been done with one of those and a tiny Winsor & Newton palette.

    Haven't done much drawing this week but did get a chance to do a very quick one of this dragster at a local car show...

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  3. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Dan, thanks man, much appreciated. You have posted some great photos again this week and I really like the treatment on them, especially this one:
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  4. JBurt
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    Actually, it is not a photo in the true sense of the word.
    Based on a photo... yes... but hardly a true photo.
    A lot of work went into creating that picture beyond taking a photo.
     
  5. po'boy
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  6. McKee
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    Are you using a wood lathe and wood cutting tools?
     
  7. jwhitey
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    Did these last year on the doors of my buddy's t-bucket for his wedding present.

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  8. paintcan54
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    My 4 year old grand son and I was setting here looking at the Friday art show, when he seen your work and said "STOP I like that one, it's cool I need that for my room grandpa, get it for me"
     
  9. bbb
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    Fantastic work everyone :D

    New logo for my website...

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  10. jwhitey
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    Lettering I did on an old Mustang tank.

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  11. Del Swanson
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    Hey, looks sharp, I designed that for Jimmy Flintstone.


     
  12. WillyGraphic
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    Scott,

    You've really "got wood" on this one! Nice work.
     
  13. hotrd32
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    Yes they are, thanks

    Hotrd32 - are those pinhole photos? They've got a great feel.

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  14. A32Flathead
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    As always, amazing work by everyone....

    I've finally dragged myself into this centry & got a fancy ass DROID phone, it has a cool camera application on it, coupled with the 5mp resolution, it makes for some cool pictures.

    Spent last Sunday with my club brothers wrenching on Ray's caddy....and maybe having a drink...or 5

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    And a couple from the point n shoot....

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    What to do when you have a head off the motor...

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  15. Pontiacres Ranch
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    Great Stuff as Usual guys! Ive got a few things this week, one slightly OT & the other is Hats I did for Jerry Walker a Design by Keven Carter.

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    Next is a SEABEE design for a Vietnam Vet Going to a Reunion this weekend. The Design ended up at 127,000 stitches/6 hours sewing, 14 inches x 18 inches tall with the Seabees lettering Arched above and CMBU 302, NAVCAT Teams, Vietnam '70-'71 below. The design was so big that it had to be hooped twice. I worked from a 1965 waterslide decal that I found on line for the colors.

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    Keep it up guys!
     
  16. Gigantor
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    LOWCAB = Infuckincredible Stuff.

    Pontiacres - Nice Seabees! The attention to detail on that is out of this world!
     
  17. herr_rudolf
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    @ Pontiacres Ranch:
    The detail on that SeaBees-piece is amazing!
    Thanks for sharing.
     
  18. Malibob
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  19. timebombkustoms
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    Great show this week guys,This is what I was able to crank out for the week...
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  20. Very cool...would have loved to have printed this job...
     
  21. herr_rudolf
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    @ Hotrd32: That 1st pic with the guy looking over his shoulder is really great. I'd like to imagine that this is how it was back then...

    @ Dutch Courage: Your work is as always top notch. Attention to detail is almost scary. Clean yet authentic.

    @ Johnny Jalopy: Nice Batmo-rod idea! Somebody out there just HAS to build it now...

    @ Lowcab: Been following your paintings for some time now... Nice!

    @ Katzenhammer: Love that clean hotrod and that tattooish design Marx did is very cool...

    @ po'boy: Love your striping on the guitar. Definately something else!

    @ jwhitey: That's a cool idea! Made me smile...

    @ Britt8m: You've got guts to post a bug on here, but I love it!

    @ Notrod13: That pic is absolutely out of this world...

    @ timebombcustoms: WOW! just ...wow...
     
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  22. herr_rudolf
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    Hey guys!
    Haven't posted here for a long time. I still haven't drawn a car of any sort lately, but I think these'll fit right in:

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    ^ RustRocket Deluxe - t-shirt design for one of my favorite forums: ratrodbikes.com
    I did this some time ago but it finaly made it to the printers this week. (I didn't do the url-type though...)

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    ^ Wild at Heart. Acrylics (50x100cm) A painting I did for the Wild at Heart-show in Rotterdam (Holland) a few months ago. I know: No wheels at all, but it does feature some sort of tradtional flamejob ;-)

    Great show guys. Glad to be part of it again.
     
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  23. flatheadpete
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    Cool! I have a couple more to do and I did this one last year....
     

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  24. Dan Greenberg
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    Great logo - I like it!!

     
  25. Buick59
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    For those who didn't look at the Bob K thread. Rising Sun on the salt.

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  26. Great show folks. Just amazing work.

    I finally have some stuff to post for the show this week.

    First up is a skateboard deck I painted for a benefit auction for one of the guys over on Volksrods that was in a bad car accident. All 1-shot by brush...

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    and then a cooler I striped for a buddy of mine....

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    and finally some HAMB friendly 'toons I did for the kid's coloring contest that we hold every year at the Cruzin the Park car show in Michigan this weekend...

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    and the cover art...

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  27. fuelhead
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    Here is my contribution..Just some of my sortof recent work..been a dry summer for creativity..Christopher Zelasko...Newbie..
     

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  28. Grinzday
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    Rat Fink Hot Rod 03b.jpg

    I am a newbie. Hope this worked.
     
  29. bonesmsd
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    Hope this qualifies as art. Bought this Ideal 55 cooler at a garage sale for $20, rewired it, cleaned up, and painted. I has a bottle opener that said "Lucky Club" on it, so I designed a logo, and made some stickers. By the way, it works awesome, so I'm getting rid of the shop fridge, and using this for my beer.
     

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  30. James66g
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    lookin awesome guys makin me feel bad for not having anything to post!
     
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