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Art & Inspiration It's Friday: Art Show!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by synthsis, May 20, 2010.

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  1. synthsis
    Joined: Mar 29, 2006
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    I finally get to start an Art show. I took a ton of pics at the Showdown but here are a couple that I think came out good.

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    and from the Ride To Skate on Sunday in Philly.
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    Nothing crazy, just some good ol' photography.
     
  2. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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  3. Fomocokid
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    from Rapid City

    a couple of my drawings
     

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  4. boldventure
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    A few photos from last weekend:)
     

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  5. Blackie
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    Wow, made it on the first page. That never happens. Here's a little design project I've been working on...

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  6. Fomocokid
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    I know its not really car related but I made this replica of a 35mm camera out of scrap metal. The lense turns and the advance lever is spring-loaded so that it flicks back.
     

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  7. Lowriders Art Gallery
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    Friday Art Show is one of the reasons I joined the HAMB. Here are a few of my past pieces.


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    48 Ford Rear Window, mixed media


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    16x20 Acrylic Laquer and Acrylic Enamel on a steel panel
     
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  8. NateGreco
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    man blackie that is siiiiiiiiiiick!
    here's a pic of a marker drawing I did in Thailand for a free surfboard rental and a beer. He wanted something American.....whats more American than a woodie gasser doin a burnout1
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  9. Toyghoul
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    New Knobs from me....
     

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  10. Starting to get the word out again for the Alliance Auction at the H.A.M.B. Drags. I am going to be hitting up you guys pretty hard. Having artwork in the auction gives it a bit of elegance and respectability:D. Really, it's just my favorite stuff to offer up.
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=475769
     
  11. Toyghoul
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    ...and some new Ace an Kali.
     

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  12. KScooter
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    Absolutely beautiful work, Blackie... Thanks for sharing.

    Mine for the week:

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  13. Wow Blackie, #2 is killer.....

    So, I stopped by a certain builders shop in Mojave on the Monday after Easter on the way home from VLV....Here's some spy stuff....

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    There was a couple of inches of dust on this one!

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    Gene's racer.....

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  14. GaryC.
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    "X" marks the spot.
    Here's a fun one I played with this week.
    Big turbo 6 and an X shaped sunroof filled with yellow plexi.
    No grill and rear mounted radiators.
     

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  15. BOMONSTER
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    A proud trophy winner!

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  16. Buick59
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    Some stuff from me.

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  17. zombie
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    great show so far fellers. blackie, those look fantastic. nate, thats way cool. kscotter, that looks awesome. i know that car. gary, love'n the angle on this piece...bo monster, i always love to see the new scratches. heres a commissioned piece i just finished up for an internet radio show.

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  18. Wow... Welcome to the Hardcore Art Lounge!

    Here's one..Started drawing it yesterday- I'd like it ( though I'd hardly fit in it..)
    So perhaps a space frame with traditional driveline/ suspension is the ticket.
    Hope you find it A-track-tive!
     

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  19. neon charly
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    its been a while for me, since i have made a contribution. but i have a few recent projects from this week to show off. ill start with this one. its a visible gas pump cartoon character. almost 6ft. tall, hand painted by another sign painter. but i added the neon and the chaser controls. the drips chase downward one second at a time...otta be a cool addition to this guys garage.
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  20. Erixon
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    I'll be sure to post some art with HAMB-friendly cars in it next time, but I figure some of ya would enjoy these nonetheless.
     

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  21. XM_HADDY
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    Love the friday art shows!! BOMONSTER your stuff rocks man you got some talent! wish i had some real good stuff to add but this is all i have, played around with an old photo of my falcon and this is how it came out!
     

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  22. neon charly
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    heres a 1930 fiberglass grille shell that i restored and striped. i decided to turn this one into a clock. i also wanted to incorporate edge lit plexiglass into it as well. so i jigsawed out some flames from black and clear plex and black lit it from the center behind the clock.
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  23. KustmAce
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    WOW Thats is incredible...AWESOME show so far!!!

    Zombie - killer stuff

    Here's some new stuff from this week...

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  24. I haven't been around for ages, I don't do much traditional hot rod art, but I did this one for a buddy who just finished his pride and joy, a '32 Victoria.
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  26. The_Monster
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    Awesome stuff here as always! You guys always blow me away!

    Heres what Ive been up to lately. Instead of painting with my acrylics, Ive been striping all kinds of stuff. Not to the caliber of the pros for sure, but Im practicing almost every day.

    My real life signature happen to be my initials of my real name, RH. But my girlfriend looked at it the other day and said the R looked like a D. She said, "If thats a D then the rest looks like IP. DIP!!! hahaha! Your name is DIP!! hahaha!" She was thinking dip, like "what a dip" or dipshit. Thats fine with me, its kinda funny :)

    But a smile slowly grew on my face. I said, "Yeeaaaaa... DIP! Thats Cool!! Like DIP THE BRUSH IN PAINT! Awesome!!"

    Sooo, if I ever get good enough to start putting stripes on stuff other than goerge forman grills, youll see my signature, DIP. Thatll be my striper name. I think its pretty cool.
     

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  27. The_Monster
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    heres some more! :)
     

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  28. I know this thread is for artists, but I have permission to post this. Besides, he does not speak English. I'm lucky to have a couple of the greatest Japanese artists very close by me (Fudemae and Makoto). This piece from Fudemae is one I've been wanting awhile, but missed out at the last show I saw it at. His stroke compliments his style so well. I got to see his studio as well. Any of you hard rock stars out there need some album art work or tour posters done, his style really fits the bill. More here: http://www.fudemae.com/

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  29. Neo Dutch
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