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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeff Norwell, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. Slim Pickens
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    WOW. All you guys and gals are amazing. Thanks. Here are some more detail shots from beautiful Jersey.
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  2. metalhotrodgirl
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    man oh man its friday already havent posted in two weeks b/c i've been running around , so heres pics that were up in my thread about the jalopy showdown i pinstriped brucies car on friday at the roadster party check out the thread theres some artsy pics in there
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=700825


    heres the shoebox i striped ... sorry for the pics i had to load them on photobucket today my smugmug isnt working this morning

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    and one tiki , did this for my best friend and her husband to be as part of the wedding present ill be doing there flowers for them as well but this is cooler then flowers
    all the colors are different rooms in there house a very colorful house lol
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  3. theraif
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    from myhouse

  4. Fool Injection
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    WOW! Just WOW!
     

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  5. widewhitewalls
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    John beat me to the post!
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    Only a few new things. I suppose the 'big' news is the my Sofa Sized Sins of Steel 2012 2 color silkscreen. Only 50 produced, hand pulled and I came home from the show with a few left. All signed and numbered. 25" tall by 39" wide! They are HUGE!
    Grab 'em while I got 'em!

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    Speaking of John, I have a few sets of Torque Fest posters left as well. All signed and ready to go. These sell out year after year and I often am asked for previous years posters. They just don't get reprinted. Just posted up for sale this week. Grab 'em!

    For those who dig the Carb lamps, This guy is getting well traveled now so it's time to find him a home! My first Mopar single barrel lamp.
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    More pics and stuff here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/87708643/machine-age-diesel-punk-mopar-carburetor
     
  6. What an incredible show folks!
    Everybody is knocking it out of the park!
    Just a fast sketch from me this week - its been a while since I was on here, I need to get back on the stick...
    This is inspired from a pic that Design 165 sent me for another reason..
    I thought, hmmmmm if I had a 56 Lincoln sitting out back.... next to a 49 Ford.... and they were both rough enough for it not to matter....
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    Lincoln 49er

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  7. kenmo
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    Very nice Jeff...looking forward to seeing you at this years Atlantic Nationals...
     
  8. BaznJosh
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    Another old one I found in a sketch book.
    This is from around '99-2000 (I know this because most of the other sketches are for completed paintings and my wedding invitation!)
     

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  9. kenmo
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    Photos from 2005 Atlantic Nationals

    1941 Ford pickup
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    1934 Chevy
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    Ford hot rod
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    1954 Chevy
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    1955 Chevy Bel Air Wagon
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  10. kenmo
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    Very, very nice!!!!
     
  11. kenmo
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    WOW....:):):)
    Outstanding results on this image Bob... Looks like a painting....
     
  12. Wreckingball
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    An amazing show tonight. Here is another Woody.
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  13. Dan Greenberg
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  14. zeke1270
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    Whole bunch of good stuff again this week, thanks everyone. I did this pencil crayon drawing (Ed Roth inspired) back in 1960/61. This old man thinks its kinda cool it survived that long.

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  15. and one tiki , did this for my best friend and her husband to be as part of the wedding present ill be doing there flowers for them as well but this is cooler then flowers
    all the colors are different rooms in there house a very colorful house lol
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    That is so cool!
     
  16. Toyghoul
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    Some from this week.
     

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  17. Garrettero
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  18. Tommy's Cycle
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    Not much to offer, just a sketch of the current project: "Popoil" Get it? A cross between Popeye and a Oil can.......nevermind, it's early out here still:) .........and a few progress pix. Oh, and a shirt idea I'm working on. Great work everyone!
     

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  19. Thanks TIM!

    Tommy this one is looking fantastic and I love the t-shirt!

    Great show gang-ah!
     
  20. Tommy's Cycle
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    Thank you Sir!
     
  21. toad32
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    Here are some images of the 32 3 window that I just added to the Digital Paint Booth 3D. This is not released yet but thought you guys would like to see these. I also tossed in a few others that we have in the system.

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  22. toad32
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    A few more
     

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  23. 1320Paul
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    Drawn on old Roco Oil paper
     

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  24. belair
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    The second picture reminds me of the Bell P-39 and P-63
     
  25. 1- shot slinger
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    Awesome show everyone!

    Here is what I have been working on lately.

    A poster for the Road Devil's show in Cheyenne, WY in August.
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    a flat mannequin I've started:
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    An old Moon Disc:
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    A start on a pair of slip-on Vans:
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    ...and finally a bathroom door at a local Barbershop:
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  26. kenmo
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    Dan - Fantastic photos!!!!!
     
  27. gnichols
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    The selective focus effect is interesting, makes the cars almost seem like model cars. Trade secret? Gary
     
  28. ToddJ
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    Been holed up slinging 1Shot so I don't have any recent car stuff, but heres a vintage 1930's "Flying Gumball" machine I painted up for my pal Tracy from Michigan.

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  29. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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    Carl, 70Sharps, Jigger (love you Betty) Ken (dig the '54 & 55) thank you all for the kind words ....... Dan, as always digging your captures.

    Everyone else, super work this week.......
     
  30. gyronaut
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    Good eye!

    Here's a "Terra Cobra" from an unknown artist. Geoff Hacker (Forgotten Fiberglass) and Bob Cunningham (Orphaned Cars) are both trying to determine the artist. I'm fairly sure it wasn't Tremulis, but the similarities are amazing...

    ...and THANKS to all who still love the vintage renderings!

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