The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Sinister, Apr 29, 2011.
Sinister - that's too cool for words...
The Burn Out - I created this digitally using a Wcom Tablet and ArtRage Studio Pro...
A little photography work and a little pinstriping for girls bathroom, she loves butterflies.
DirtyJohn hit me up to "touch-up" their already cool logo.
Insanely cool start everyone!
Sinister - definitely the most original so far today - very cool and compelling blueprint technique.
Corvette Bob - one of your wildest ever!
BoMonster - that Merc looks great with your high intensity rendering style
Todd J - Another gorgeous hunk of metal!
jdustu - keep those well crafted and unique metal creations coming - they are exceptional and different.
Spoggie - that technique in the B&W is really attractive.
The photography (Aceauh, Tulilanka, Slim, Neatname) OUTRAGEOUS!!! Richard - I did not even know NJ could be captured on film
Kscooter - that 55 is very well done - love the purple flames!
Rikster - very nice art - no matter how long ago it was done.
Everything else is excellent too.
Here are more LSRU X shots from me - all have already been on that thread too, so for those of you who saw them there, sorry for the repetition.
some neweer stuff.
Thanx Goose- em for the G.M.C shot. We had work like that here in Port Adelaide at a GM- Holden recieving & Assembly plant, c. 1929-31. Vauxhall, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick, Cadillac, GMC. All in script, all in stone, around 3 walls. Similar scale to your example, all on the one factory wall. Bulldozed, empty lot now. Never shot it, loved it, now it's gone.
Take out T, real sweet crop & shot. Oakland? Bucket list job. Mucho enjoyo this shot. Mucho enjoyo this sho (every-yous!)..
..sweet '55 truck too-
Thanks Dan Greenberg, - Dan, that Cad int. shot is well- done rare, and the cars are the stars in your shots, whether shot wide & whole, or up close , like in that shot of Jeff Norwell's righteous horny Hemi shoehorn.
Here's a few I've done recently. First two are a 235 Chevy Valve cover that a buddy wanted prettied up a bit for his driver.
Next we have a panel painted in Toronto at the Performance World show in the Brush Rush North panel jam.
And finally the hastily painted and shipped quickly to Vintage Torque Iron Cross, thanks to my buddy Todd Jones it has arrived on time. Thanks pal!
As per usual ,the FAS is going great, can't wait until tonight to see some more updates. Off to the Stirling Flea Market now, see ya!
I had no idea that Coop changed his screen name...
Found some old stuff I really liked. Hopefully some of youz' guys do to.
Nice , I think we are going to see that quite a bit around here !!!
Brother Rat Fink heading to New Jersey;
Wow. Every week is better than the last! Between the photo work, the hand built stuff, the painting, the striping, and the digital stuff, fridays never cease to amaze.
Sinister, glad my work was able to inspire ya. Nice stuff! I cant tell you how many times I learned the "save save save" lesson the hard way.
Some OT stuff from me:
Ken, thank you, much appreciated ..........
Dan, thank you and a great series of photos ........
Killer work by all this week.
...marching 2 by 2, hurah! hurah!...very very clean.
Very nice work, Yall!
Here is a rendering I did for the recently-completed 68 Camaro that Hatfield Restorations did. Sorry it's a bit OT, but at least it's car-related.
Very cool! I like that a lot!
Great work everyone!
Some artwork on my bar. Brad
Apparently he doesnt have many original ideas:
Metal gal, what a awesome pit bull, both are super cool. Thanx for the sharing artisto's. ~sololobo~
Did this for my son's easter basket.
Remakable pic!!! Looks like M.C. Escher. Really.
Got a ROCKET?
Support a Hamber....... GO ROSS or GO HOME!
Tony...thanks for you EXTREME patience.
Amazing show....just amazing.
Man, Jeff, you're a hard act to follow! Nice Rocket!
Posted these really late last week. Sorry for the repost if anyone has already seen them...
I'll have more for next week!
I did this piece for LuckyBrew, his daughter Lilie has two congenital heart defects and they are raising money for her open heart surgery.
Thanks for the kind words Dan.
A few original ideas for Muttley! lol
A few photos from local car shows...
1965 Cobra Kit car
Hood Ornament - 1926 Essex Hot Rod
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