The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeff Norwell, Sep 22, 2011.
These Rock, Travis!!
Great show this week everyone!
Here's a few pictures from my friends wedding that I shot a couple of weekends ago.
Ok, to each his own I guess.
This car was built back in the day and has pretty much been restored to the way it was originally built.
Great show folks!
Thanks for the mention Dan, your photos are all great too. I esp. like the deuce roadster.
Larry, Ken, etc. Thanks ! ! !
Another beauty Bernie and Ed, those '39s are looking fine!
Just a few from WAY back.... Oh and my hood....."Igor done it"
And a few from the Hot Rod Drags.....
So many amazing photos, paintings, stripes and more just like every week in here. Thought I'd throw two in to the ring, enjoy.
Reuben, awesome work...my favorite of yours so far....
Love the Wilfred avatar too....
-Dan thanks for the compliment and great photos. I am a big fan of your work.
-Clysdale your El Bandito is awesome. Love that one.
-Buick59 awesome work as always.
-rottenpop great shots. I really like the b/w.
-BOP-nut cool shots as well.
This place is jammin every friday! Awesome works!!
All of of you guys kick ass,but Ruben,you're my fave for this week.
Amazing sense for detail.
here is what i spent my after noon doing today. OneShot and the back of that old A pickup....johnny
Love your work - it's the mutts nuts as we say here
20x30 pencil on board
Man it's been a long time. I sculpted these last summer and cast the first ones in metal in August. These are the polished castings, they will get paint and a few other touches to highlight detail (not that this old camera shows it... good one took a crap). I think I will make the Dragskulls in metallic red and an "electric" metallic blue, with all other details fully painted. Not sure if the sailor is going to be too popular, but I was on a big USS Indianapolis kick last year and felt I needed to make one. Not sure if his cigarette is visible, but I figured he could use a smoke. He will have his hat painted white, and like all the knobs I do, will have the blacking to make highlights stand out. The third is the Nazi Zombie. I don't do Nazi stuff unless it's had half of its face blown or rotted away, and a head wound with catastrophic entrance and exit. I will paint the helmet and collar full lifelike color, as well as the gore. The bone and flesh will likely be a somewhat transparent greenish corpse color so that it is clearly metal, but still makes sense with the other stuff being colored as well.
Zombie's missing face. I think once painted and blackwashed and rubbed back, it's going to be pretty amazing.
Unbelievable talent! Wish I had some
That Sir is awesome !
A Thursday night quickie. Marker on sketch paper.
Just a quick hello before I get back to turd polishing (ie: 'regular' graphic design stuff that pays the billz). This was done for the Long Beach K9 Officers fundraiser car show that's put on every year by the Sultans car club.
Hope you all have a great weekend. Beautiful work by all, once again I'm over-inspired and need to go curl up in a ball and suck my thumb lol
Here's something from my past ...
The early part of my quest for a '59 Elky , First gen. Camaro , Album cover I really liked .
Wow..your work is so amazing...I have many of your pieces here in the studio.
Great show all...top notch.
Kenmo, oddrodgarage, JohnnyC...Thanks guys!
Lockwasher, I love everything that rolls out in your posts...it's like a mad scientist is trapped in the garage building art! Keep posting!
My panel from bob bond's auto art panel jam last weekend, and a few others.
Great show! Cool stuff todd! These are some older toons I did for Jimmy Flintstone. When I saw Kristina's cop toon it reminded me of mine.
This actually happens in Wisconsin.
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