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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jigger, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. Thought I'd kick it off as I don't see any other threads started...

    I'm thankful for inspiration and for this great venue! More to come...

    "Shift-less"

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  2. A32Flathead
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  3. hotrod--willys
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    l IMG_0234.jpg My long time logo. A eagle out of sainless done with my plazma cuter:eek:
     
  4. Looking fwd to a cool show. Mo' later..

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    Kontinuing the punch- drunk journey into the obscure with another meditation of kustom konceptualizing of my Detroit- designed aussie mini- Chevy, the Holden. Doing underbody prep in readiness for brake- lines this Sunday. Woo- Hoo!
     

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  5. Pharouh
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    And we're off to a great start!
    All I've got is this turkey. :eek: This is longroof my brother had around '66. No,it didn't have F.I.,but it did have four deuces under the hood on an otherwise stock 283.

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  6. j conrad
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    ok here we go here is a self portrait i did hope the ugly bastard in the pic doesnt scare any small kids haha .. i love the friday night art show and am happy i can be a part of something that is filled with such talent and good people .. so thanks to all for the inspiration i get from everybody.
     
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  8. N.Ozols
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    A custom GAZ M21 Volga. Lowered a tad, teardrop heads, skirts, reshaped C-pillar and leaned B-pillar, stock grille with the top chrome bar moved below the hood line, and some other minor looking things. Hopefully, just a first&mildest from a whole series :D
     
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    And a belated tribute to our Vets...

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  11. That is very cool nice work!! Jim
     
  12. Like Jigger, I'm also grateful.
    I fell short of bringing abundance to the table - something in the works:
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    Maybe this will make you think of Pumpkin pie.:confused:
     
  13. Slim Pickens
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    From beautiful Jersey.
    Slim
     
  14. edweird
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    from pencile to paint.
     

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  16. Fedcospeed
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    Heres a OT piece but you get the idier of what my autoart stuff will be like.Iam grateful my wife pulled me out of my funk and got me going again using the shop as it was intended.Iam also grateful to have made such a mess on the bench,that means something got finished and its time to clean it up.Also that the military is protecting us so we have the freedom to do this stuff Fedco

    Oh, its a lamp
     

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  17. Tommy's Cycle
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    Knife carved Aluminum skull and a Christmas present, for a friend, made around a 1922 Insurance "Safe Driver" token. Yeah, and that's a glimpse of Doc's "Racing Turtle", in the background, mocked up in clay:)............Don't ask me, ask Doc:D
     

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    My inspiration to my Uncle Norm. He was encouraging me to create again...So, he left behind a handful of dry erase markers on the table and I started this on a dry erase board but it was a no go. And some of the markers were dry. So, I grabbed a sheet of copy paper and it worked but....lacking experience I overestimated the size, opps! My husband said I should have used legal size...Okay, this is my first try here, bear with me. I have not drawn in many, many years and you all (Mark) are an inspiration as well. And it was fun...TY for your support, Mary, Norm's Niece
     

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  19. sinful-one
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    Love this place on Friday so much cool goodness! My contribution this week is a upcoming letterpress print - Titled "Pist-Off"

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  20. Psychoholic
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    New paint for my tank (admittedly it's on my sportbike, but still). I got the idea for the tiki off someone on one of these artshows, sorry I can't remember who or I'd give credit.
     

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  21. 1320Paul
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    Old timey spark plug drawn on an enlarged White Rose Oil invoice. 7.5 x 14.5
     

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  22. Commissioned piece.
     

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  23. The Goon
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    Movie poster for Christine!
     

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    Thats super for a first try,I still do a few thumnails[small layouts of the planed drawing] before I start,I been drawing scent 1947. A ruff scatch the right size and then detail it.
     
  25. that is super cool! do you print it on a real box too? that would make a killer piece to own!
     
  26. 40two
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    ..my place to relax on fridays, an older shot, thought it looks a bit artsy..

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  27. Hi Mary. I'm glad you figured out the easiest way to load your image...
    for the first time in years with very basic markers, that's a darn cool sketch.
    It is also recognizable!

    To the FAS community who don't know, Mary is the niece of the late, great,
    Norman Grabowski... Some may recall that I did a quick tribute piece in respect to Norm's contributions to the hobby. Mary commissioned a large format print of the image and granted permission to make a couple copies.
    To help her out with the costs of settling Norm's estate I am offering one of only 5 copies on the HAMB alliance auction. These are museum quality giclee prints at apps 17 x 22 inches and will be signed, numbered and documented.
    It is actually only 1 0f 4 in circulation because I will retain one as an artist's proof so the number sequence will be 3of4. Please pass this along to your friends and other members of the HAMB as proceeds will be slit between Mary and Ryan. Ryan will be free to use his portion as he sees fit. Keep your eyes peeled... and thank you in advance!!!

    ...as a remeinder...

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  28. Mad Mark
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    Great idea!
     
  29. JohnnyAngel
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    from Missouri

    Trio of customized Buicks, two with 59 Caddie rear quarters
     

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