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Art & Inspiration ----@@----Friday Art Show - 9/30----@@----

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by brett4christ, Sep 29, 2011.

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  1. onearmbandit
    Joined: Oct 6, 2004
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    Great stuff ED!!
    Here's a little panel I did last week I thought looked pretty cool.
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  2. Lockwasher
    Joined: Jun 5, 2011
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    Stutz motorcycle - Named for the STUTZ back bone...if you recognize that part please let me know! 12" tall x 8" wide x 31" long

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  3. exartist
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    Really nice work.

    This is brilliant!
     
  4. jaz
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    You are a genius man
     
  5. E St Nene
    Joined: Jul 14, 2010
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    Did this one a couple weeks back & posted it on Ian Berky's 1961 Cadillac CDV kustom Build thread


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  6. Limefire
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    Always great stuff on here.
     

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  7. LOWCAB
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    Lockwasher
    That part is off of a 1925 Stutz fire truck. It was on the back corners of the engine where the firemen stood. I knew I had seen this somewhere, so I went looking for it. and found this on it. Sorry to poke this in the art thread but I thought others might be interested. Lockwasher do you know Nemo Gould?
    http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z11887/Stutz-Fire-Engine.aspx

    Also thanks to all those who like the artwork. Superfine art all around in the FAS.
     
  8. Hot Rod Dirty's
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    Limefire, nice work!
     
  9. boss245
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    The sculpture you guys are doing is terrific!

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  10. kenmo
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    Your image kicks serious butt.... Love it man, captures the heart & soul of hot rodding...:):):):)
     
  11. kenmo
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    fortypickup - great work....
    erlomd - these rock....
    LOWCAB - excellent...
    Marcy - that's one wild panda & I love it...
    BOMONSTER - love your style
    Neatname, Buick59 - great photos...
    Lockwasher - now that's cool... :)
    Dutch Courage - love the posters...
    surf monkey, dustdevil - super cool work....
     
  12. kenmo
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    Damn...that's super good 3D modeling....
     
  13. Lockwasher
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    I really appreciate the kind remark exartist & jaz...LOWCAB you're the BOMB! that is so cool that you noodled that out - thanks bro!
     
  14. tulilanka
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  15. Soo many I'd love to personally comment on,... a couple being, Ger, Jeff N('s), Bernie and Janne's,...
    for now however, of special mention; Paul (a.k.a. Lockwasher) the camper is the work of a "Suuuuuper Genius";
    simplicity at it's best, displaying the 'less is more' philosophy brilliantly.
    Bo, likewise, word for word. The camper scene is fantastic!
    Ed,....

    (no words man, Mr. Till-'rocks!')

    Here's an oldy, in keeping with camping:

    "Air Stopper"

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    A new one, quickly, and frantically sketched out this moring; "Max Wedge" '63 Dodge Dart:

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    Here are a couple exercises...
    One of the most emphasized 'laws' of animation
    is known as "silhouette value". Key to a good drawing or animated pose is how clearly the image is
    'readable' as a silhouetted image. Not unlike holding up a drawing in a mirror to see if the proportions
    and balance of a drawing is working, this, too, is a great tool for checking weather an image is working
    well. 'Readable' basically means, immediately recognizable, referring to shape, structure, gesture or action
    as it applies to the subject and/or pose.


    " Smokin' " (based on the '32 coupe I posted last week)

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    "Poised pose"

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    I'll be back...
     
  16. Choptop
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    an old image I made, a hovercraft 59 Fury... now on a piece of left over bamboo flooring (screwed up the tail fin just a little, will be making another on to get it perfect)
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  17. E St Nene
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    Choptop that is way cool
     
  18. RYZART
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  19. Varin-Maeus
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    In the far flung future, long after the collapse of governments and nations, Amazons roam the earth. Traveling in ancient survivors, they cruise the earth, looking for spare parts and octane.
     
  20. Dammit, Tillrock.... always outta the park!!
    Where do ya get those babe pencils at?
    Same place ya get the shiny paint pencils and the cloud pencils?
    Maybe I'm just using the wrong pencils...

    Everyone's stuff is great as always!!
    Fridays never dissapoint
    Keep 'em coming - I got nothing this week but permission to draw a few from some recent art show B & W photos - I will be drawin till I drop now!!

    Thanks ya'all - I love Friday
     
  21. Choptop, that bamboo sled is cool! Reminds me a little of this old sketch of mine,
    not that I'm comparing the two...

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  22. DHP NM
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    Ryzart, your stuff is always sick. Great show guys. Here's the board cleared
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  23. Boeing Bomber
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    I had a pain in the ass boss that owned this '57 Ragtop. After watching "Home Improvements" I drew this one...
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  24. Lugnutz01
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    Awesome work everybody, Here is my contribution. First Art post so....be gentle.
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  25. JimC
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    Lugnutz01<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("postmenu_7004367", true); </SCRIPT> , no need to be gentle, Pretty good!
     
  26. Pharouh
    Joined: Sep 18, 2008
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    OMG@ Where to begin? Great show this week. ewt2 and bomonster- kudos to both of you.
    My humble offering. 36 Plymouth,ink on illustration board.

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  27. A little some thing put together during school this week, hope you guys like it!:D
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  28. kenmo
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    Pretty darn cool.... I like it....
     
  29. Dave50
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    Ford mike i like that alot awesome job

    Everyone awesome as usuall keep it coming
     
  30. rusty76
    Joined: Jun 8, 2009
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    Killer stuff this week. Nice work. Brett your lines are awesome. Can't wait to see the peddilar finished.....
     
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