The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GaryC., Feb 23, 2012.
Consider it "Dug" cause I dig it!
First time using acrylic paints. I'm used to using oil based paints....this stuff dries fast.
chris is a good friend of mine and drives his plymoth religiously ... low low
when profile is everything i think its nailed on this other make..
pop has been working on some 3 string in the shop
You are so prolific when it comes to creating these amazing little sculptures. It is always one of the highlights, at least for me, of FAS. Thanks for your nice comments too.
Attack of the superpups!
(BTW, bet I'm not the only one who can relate to the robot..)
Tim, that's gone cool, lotta work in that sled. Freaked stance.
Muckin' around. Thought I'd show it. (front end change). FAIL. As they say, 'back to the drawing board'..
That sketch should be all the excuse you need to do a full blown painting Mark! Killer!
That second version sure improved a lot Sakoe!
love the pups browndog welding......
a nice friday showing by everyone....
i haven't contributed in quit a while, so this is what ive been up to...
FANTASTIC. Thanks you gals and guys. Always an inspiration.
Jdustu - Dirt Road Cafe has good welding technique and the overall
design of the bike and the base may be your best yet. Good job.
realkustom51 - customcory's shop floor scraps are great but your
sketches are facinating. Your style shows an understanding
for car parts. Maybe sometime I will build one of your sketches. Could
we see more?
Thanks Dan for you comments on my photos. I checked out your website as well - very impressive - all sorts of good stuff in addition to these gems.
Thanks for your comments Bob -
Love the shimmering, almost alive color on this one!
Incredibly well done B&W. Classic, film photography with your vintage equipment. My hat is off to you - or would be if I were wearing one.
Gary C - those streamliners are so f'n nice!
Steve (Spoggie) - your web site totally rocks!! So does most everything you do.
BBB - WOW!!!
Jigger - every one in your images alway seem to be having fun, which is yet another reason they are fun to look at.
Wild Willy - those paintings are great - especially that deserted old Chrysler
A32Flathead = Outstanding job on that flyer - I love partial color!
NotRod13 - very cool!
Great, inspiring stuff from everyone else too.
Here's a pickup that I call shorty.
....here's a poster I did for a cruise-in.... 150 printed....
....really kool stuff from everyone again this week.....
Here's a pair of panels Jesse did for the Chicago Brushmasters. These will be auctioned at the Chicago World of Wheels show next weekend.
great job yall!
Thanks for the kind words, Dan!
Amazing stuff this week. Outstanding.
This is what I've been goofing with.
A big word of thanks to Speedy Canuck, Bob,dmccraryart(Dan),cixpack, GER(especially) SpoggieandDan G. for the kind words of encouragement. Ger, I was just telling my wife
I should paint this one, maybe the whole " Brian Stormin' " series. I just might have to...
Thanks to all the great artists of the HAMB for your contributions. It was another stellar week!
Here's to our brethren in Detroit, to much success and prosperity!
Get lots of pictures and, above all, get home safely.
(That means you'll have to behave...)
GaryC., too cool.
Hot Rod Dirty's Nice Chevy bro.
jaransont3, great work!
Spoggie Steve, is it? I dig version 1. (2 is cool too.)
Bo, You know I dig this one.
Chopperman, I like 'em. Very unique way to display your reverence.
GER Out of this world!!!
mark schanfeldt WOW! amazing creations, sir.
You too Neo Dutch
cixpack, speechless... I absolutely love the direction you're heading and the mode you're in...
robschwager very cool prints.
Jen, I hope you get that reproduced for your business cards, it looks great!
palat, camaro, beyond wowed by your 3D modeling skills. what programs are they? how big are the files? Is there any photo mapping involved at all or do you create the skins?
MikePA beautiful work. The roadster jalopy is rich with personality and texture. I think it will become a subject in a drawing... (I may even swap out the tub in my drawing for this week, it really 'twins' the theme well.)
realkustom51 greta to see some of your own creative work.
Brilliant work from the studio of one, JohnnyJ
thewildturkey46 beautiful illustration, did you do it or was it commissioned? Either way, we want more...
Martin Squires interesting quality to these. They compliments your freehand sketches well.
Tommy's Cycle love the first two in particular but great works all.
LowCab!!! bernie, both are impressive pieces, so well done. You know I love your work!@
Rusty Cheese (sorry to hear that.) gret captuere of the one we'll call 'Wes."
brett4christ You 'nailed' the V-8 in all it's glory. Nice, less is more, piece. (amazing symmetry)
Wild Willy More stuff please. The first one really captures the look and feel of traditional ad work and
that Olds is fantastic!
eye bone amazing work man!
Del Swanson, Steve looks lifelike, the hair has such a soft appearance. Great work both on paper and from the heart. God's blessings on both brotha! (love the one you and Tom ripped out)
A32Flathead great stuff, esp. the center image, wow!
Tom Davison, beautiful shot, man, what a location and what a great car!
I'd keep going but I gotta get back to the drawing board. to those I missed previously and those going forth, thanks so much for contributing your talent!
Absolutely stellar work Dan, this is my favorite!!!
Special note, also, tho Deadbird and to the pictured one, of whom, I'll assume,
is Jesse. Great work! Much talent in those young hands and in that fertile brain...
Wow that kid has some serious talent!!
Awesome job everyone!!!
DEL very nice work!!!
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