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Art & Inspiration ****Friday Art Show - February 8, 2013***

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1320Paul, Feb 8, 2013.

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  1. 1320Paul
    Joined: Apr 28, 2007
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    Guess I'll start this week. Drew this 61 Ford Woody Wagon. On a piece of wood. How Irionic hey?
     

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  2. edweird
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    lunch box i did for independent customs.
     

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  3. Dynaflash_8
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    from Auburn WA

    Heres a valvecover racer i built for a buddys kid.

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  4. exStreamliner
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    What do you do when you get a shot of car and the background distracts or seems out of place... here is a couple shots were I dropped out the backgrounds and one that I even changed up the car a bit

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  5. JohnnyAngel
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    A pair of Studebakers from my twisted mind...a '62 GT Hawk with a '52 Buick roof line and tail lights and take a bunch of left over parts, put them in a bag shake it all up and out comes a '50 Studebaker with a 57 Buick roof line, 55 Ford grille, 55 Chevy side trim, and 55 Ford tail lights..


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  6. BOMONSTER
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    A BOMONSTER metal garage sign... or living room art if you're single. HAHAHA.

    Nice rendering 1320Paul.
     
  7. Pharouh
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    Man! You guys are kickin' it already! great stuff!

    Here's a cartoon Poncho.

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  8. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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  9. johnnyjalopy
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    super kool stuff dudes!.. here is something from me..johnny
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    2 3/4" solid Pewter, hand painted.
    Suitable for hat or jacket.
     
  11. killer start fellers. bomonster i FREAKIN HATE those tin sign that they're tryin to flog off at every car show, swap meet etc. but yours is one i would hang in my shed with pride. anyway heres my measly offering for the week. i call him "sprocket man".
     

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  12. Great show everyone. Too tired to comment so I'll just post for now...

    Slightly OT commission I'm working on that will become part of the much more topical
    Dreamer series... almost finished the ink line on paper tonight, will begin color tomorrow.

    titled "MOM" for now...

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    So I did these 3 acrylics, plus another (Nick's '56 Nomad) last weekend at Super Chevy Sunday here in (R)Adelaide. A fine day with fine folks.
    7 hours intense painting in 88° UV+ heat. Hat, shirt, seat- no sunglasses. Burnt my eyes some on all that sunny chrome 'n' paint.

    See ya at the SMASA Show & Shine at Regency Oval this Sunday.
     

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  14. Frogz
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    Great start everybody.

    The Econoline is really cool, and the bubble top car is awesome :)

    This week, 2 Fords Model A: a 30 coupe & a 29 pick-up.

    n.b.: The big red "A" means "apprenti" (learner) in France and you have to put one on your car when you begin driving.


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  15. Frogz
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    Jigger: I really like it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Spoogie: as cool as usual!
     
  16. Varin-Maeus
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    I am consistently impressed by the excellent artwork that shows up here every Friday.

    Here's a little watercolor I did for a friend's art project.

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    After a hard week at work, Artie likes to unwind by risking life and tentacle behind the wheel of his four-banger Phaeton.
     
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  18. rubens
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    Yeehaa!! Nice stuff, every week! again and again...

    Jigger- "Mom" made me laugh!!

    Here's some Tiki stuff I did last week, on a RebelRelic Strat..
    The Lettering looks white on the pic, but it's 1shot Ivory..

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  19. Typ24
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    Great friday artworks as usual.
    Mark, i love your super"MOM" and thanks for you help. ;)

    Happy to be back here again!
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  20. 1320Paul, lovin' that woodie - another great start to the show tonight.

    I only ever seem to get anything done when I'm under pressure.
    Had our clubs bi-annual rod run 2 weeks ago, and I kind of created a monster around 20 years back when I drew the Rodder's Choice winner to give out as the award. Used to have about 36 hours to get it done, but we've moved our prizegiving forward in the weekend so now I count the votes at 8 on Saturday night and present the award at 8 on Sunday night. I'm gettin' too old for this kind of stress.:eek:

    So while everyone else is gettin' all liquored up on the Saturday night, I've gotta' sneak off home and start drawing a picture:rolleyes:.
    Luckily this year, the winner was real easy to draw, and I was back at the party before midnight, then framed it and did the graphics on the Sunday morning.

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    It's a whole bunch of self imposed stress I don't really need, but the look on the winner's face usually makes it all seem worthwhile.

    Particularly in this case..... Congratulations,Craig.:)


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  21. Hey Bear, that's keen. Jigger that's bitchin', you are one funny cat. Rubens, rockin'- Yoo- Back & bitchin'++.

    F.A.S-tastic daddy-O's..
     
  22. Do it. Bomonster prints are bitchin' as far as quality materials go. I highly recommend.
     
  23. wow, genuine acoustic art with no gizmo,flash, big time candy ass computer enhancements, well done man. I'm diggen it. -H.R.D-:eek:
     
  24. Damn. Fine work all of you and it is only 5:20 AM.
    Later,
    Dick
     
  25. Janne
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  27. b-body-bob
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    There's a lot of truth in that one
     
  28. rooman
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    Grant's new ride?

    Roo
     
  29. custom_lettering
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    from Wall, NJ

    Here's something I put together for the upcoming Glen Designs Seminars using his hand lettered fonts. He's lettered everybodys cars from Force, Prudhomme, Blue Max and hundreds more.
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  30. Yes Rooman. Thanks Hot Rod-Dude.
     
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