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Art & Inspiration ***Friday Art Show****Happy Labor Day***

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  1. johnnyjalopy
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    Man! everybody's is my favorite today..they all are SSSSSwwweeet!..Jalopy
    here is mine offering.....Jalopy
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  2. burnsjf
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    1935 Brewster Ford Convertible Coupe. During the 1930's depression, Brewster built a line of custom bodied cars based on a lengthened Ford V8 chassis. Most of the cars were limousines, town cars and 4 door convertible sedans. According to historians, they only built between 5 and 8 of these Convertible Coupes.

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  3. johnnyjalopy
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    killer man! cool idea!..Jalopy
     
  4. johnnyjalopy
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    very cool!..Jalopy
     
  5. chrisj
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  6. smarjoram
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    Brilliant work everyone - It's so great to have found a car forum with such a thriving interest in the art of cars.
    BOMONSTER - love the scratchboard work - the two colours work well too
    RUBEN - great pencil sketch - lots of character and plenty of detail
    GARYC - brilliant concept - I think there ought to be one earlier step where you see the internals of the engine and the driver
    HOTRD32 - that miniature is really well photographed - had to look twice to realise what was going on
    JANNE - beautiful - reminds me of the classic advertising art from 50's - those artists used to get big bucks for work like that.
    DANKYD - good to see more of your oils - proper art that is

    I've only done one new car this week. Some fellas next door are building a streamliner...

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  7. spinman
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    from new jersey

  8. dart165
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    My god, it's 8:30 here in detroit, and this show is already great!

    Here's some random sketchwork from my small pocket notebook. (the white tape is to keep the pages from falling apart :p)
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  9. aceuh
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    Great show guys!

    Couple point & shoot snaps from me.


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  10. Slim Pickens
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    BAD ASS, I’m talking to you... thanks everyone for sharing and inspiring again. Slim

    A few from Deadmans Curve.

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    One of my all time favorites... The Kassa Coupe

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  11. KScooter
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    Killer sketch Ruben. Gary, that progression is cool! Dart, your "random sketchwork" looks like works of art to me... Lots of great work already this week.

    Here's a design I did for Andy's Tee shirts and the Fabulous Flashback 2010 Car Show & Poker Run.


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  12. SanDiegoJoe
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    there is something very hot about that picture.
     
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  13. rrbrucea
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    Wow, how I'd love to see how you work and what programs you use! That's an incredible piece of art! Do you have a link where I could order a shirt? Thanks!
     
  14. KCsledz
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    Here is something I had to get out of my head. My version of a mobile storefront/art studio.

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  15. tinpau
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    My latest little forray into the "Snubnose" Pickup ... Restyled into the proportions of the cartoon Apache I recently did. One as the fendered street rod version and one as the fenderless "rat" version. Both sitting out in my new Alley scene... LOL

    Enjoy !!

    Great looking show this week

    Tinpau
     

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  16. I think we have the same daydreams...very cool...
     
  17. po'boy
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    Erixon's chicks aren't chubby enough, here's the influence! LOL
     

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  18. katzenhammer
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    dart165 I love your sketches! Great show so far everyone!

    Here is a new piece that I just finished for 898 Apparel 1941 Pontiac.

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  19. po'boy
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    Maroon, Bright Red, and Fire Red.
    Background is Green candy and flakes over ground Stainless.
     
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  22. studenut48
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    This is not much but I took a photo of Retro61's truck at the Frog Follies last weekend using my iPhone and experimented with a colorsplash progam. Them iPhones can do the neatest things.
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  23. hotrodpodo
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    A few random shots...
     

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  25. slider's house of kustoms
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    Wow been ghosting for a year! geez can't believe it's been almost a year since i post artwork!!!! Great stuff gang! Cool start!
    here's a quickie for a flyer
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  26. johnnyjalopy
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    very very cool,......Jalopy
     
  27. johnnyjalopy
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    man you guys a killing it...Just finished this up...What do u think...Jalopy
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  28. zemog
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    firemans helmet for "puro pedo tailgaiters"
     

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  29. xhotrodder
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    HELL YES, I appreciate it.
     
  30. Stu
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    i posted this last night and I've gotten alot of great response--keep it coming

    as a fan of the friday art show,I've decided to host a art show down here in south mississippi, yes south mississippi What I'm doing is setting up a display next month during www.cruisinthecoast.com all week at "the quarter"a bar in downtown gulfport,I met with the owner today and we'll have the run of the place all week. there should be between three to four thousand cars entered in the show and countless people checking things out. my whole intent is to expose some of the "normal"car guys,general public and local art scene "hot rod" inspired art I've sent pm's to several guys on here but if you're interested in having your art seen/bought by alot of people let me know
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    Chris Nichols
     
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