The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Clysdale, Sep 27, 2012.
Lowcab - I love that roadster!
This one is heating up fast !
Im diggin everything !!
Heres a car-toon I did this week.
Would the PPE be consdered Asymmetrical ?
Depends on your Perspective, I guess...?!!
On with the show.
Well in no way am I at the level of artists that share their work here but last week this little guy was created from some spare engine parts I had...
This is my garage buddy "Pete" kind of a living tribute to my father Pete who had a stroke in 1995 and since then has not hung out in the garage with me...
Couple of recent ones. Oil on canvas. The Packard painting is 36x50" and was painted in 4 hours.
Getting ready for the Iron Invasion!
A few from Goodguys Indy...
a couple of things..
i thought this would make a good name and/or graphic for a roadster.
My latest creation. Mustang 4.3 Mod Motor. (timing chain and gear from 6.2 diesel GM)
Currently on exhibit at ABstract EXpressions in Mt. Holley, NJ
What a super bunch o offerings today in the art gig. Love the "one shot on car parts" pair from x-derelict. Jen, uber cool striping at the ink emporium. Love the Waco Kid honored in the rendering. Thanx to all for a terrific bunch o eye candy. ~sololobo~
4 hours in oil? Yikes, you work fast!
Do you use a special drying agent or is that a wet-on-wet technique or something else? Just curious.
Great work however you do it.
Posted these over in the 2013 calendar submissions as well, but what the heck. These are from the Sonny Acres Fall Fest Car Show in West Chicago, IL. It was a perfect day!
TODD JONES!!! Sorry, I forgot to mention how cool your contributions are,
love the bowling pin! The monster panel is great too.
Jeff A., killa D, man. I really like the asymmetrical car, would love to see it built and setting right next to the Lil Coffin. The piece you did for Speedway is too cool for words.
Janne, Kaiser on a roll! Great work man.
Tim, that blue coupe is so great monkey man. Can't tell you how good it is to see you posting some work. Cheers !
Thanks for the stuff Ken, always great to see your work!
xderelict, nice way to repurpose those old parts, beautiful brush work!
ThirdGen really cool work, nice, clean and a very clear read. well done.
Great work again, Jen. the saw is suitably sick, there's something else
about that on but I just can't put my finger on it... oh, the gold leaf! Great!
love the garage photo too.
BERNIE! Nice stuff sir.
Jason, cool steel man!
Dusty one, that Chevy looks fantastic! Thanks for the kind words sir.
Thanks to you, too, Spoggie...
Everyone else, thanks for sharing your talent, great show so far!
Thanks! I don't use anything special, sometimes a little turpentine. Typically, I use more of a dry brush technique.... very little paint, no medium.
david: the frames are a work of art in their own. the art work is rad too.
Jen: that yellow canvas looks perfect! and i bet that cooler gave your eyes the run around.
jdustu: your work is killer. your welds are awesome.
Bomonster: are you still hiding your vehicle in every scratch board?
janne:the purple hard top is cool. the chrome looks perfect on it.
Everyone Else: awesome stuff.
I missed last weeks so here's two weeks of fooling around with my brushes. first two are panel swaps.
Great work as usual guys.
Half of my daily wardrobe is made up of your shirts.
Nice stuff here this week.
Here's a little doodle from the archives.
It's been a while since I have posted any new work. SO here are a couple I shot with my 1953 Argus C3 (w/Kodak Tmax100). Great work everyone..really enjoy this every friday!
awesome show guys!
Couple point & shoot snaps from me...
Amazing stuff this week!
It's always good but, Fantastic contributions.
Thanks to all the HAMB artists who continually post up some amazing works and eye candy.
A few more "artistic" pieces. Thinking I might start selling some work - never have before!!! Stick it right back into the projects...
Old one... Inspired by an asymmetrical car... Or what to do with a car you can't give away (I tried)... a '52 Ford 4dr.
Will post more later.
Thats some nice photography
"Vintage Iron" completed today.
Very nice. Glad to see something that isn't measured in pixels.
aceuh ... 6 deuces on a nailhead! ... what's not to like ... great shot
Acrylic 18 x 24
Thanks dankyd and 4tl8ford! All I use is vintage cameras and film. If someone handed me a digital camera I wouldn't know how to use it...HAHA
Also for the hi-res versions go to my facebook page (link below in my sig)
Joey Anchors, That top shot is calendar material,
if you know what i'm saying!
Awesome work everyone!
Flow I couldn't agree with you more!
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