The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Nov 7, 2013.
Roll out the art show fun- house..
Show it. Cmon..
An old black and white photo.... I changed the background, colorized the foreground and added the snow.
Big Daddy Roth's parts getter '55 and the
4616 Slauson Ave, Maywood, CA. shop.
Great stuff guys !
Love the winter scene, Bob!!!
The Spoggimobile is really cool!!!
The 2 Chevy Gassers are just excellent!!!
I always been a fan of wild gassers, so I tried to make one with an old Stude.
This is the second panel I’ve ever made with my beadroller so please go easy on me—still have a lot to learn, but I was hoping it, and maybe my story was worthy enough to be in here.
John, hrm2k on here, two years ago started my first ever build of my 53 Chevy with me. I only knew John through a couple message exchanges on the HAMB and stopping by his garage once. He then committed his next 18 months to helping me through the build at my house, on my time, and with his tools. He drove 25 minutes each way a few days per week, and would be missing tools at his garage to work on his projects because he left them at my house since I still don’t have a complete set of wrenches. To express a small amount of my gratitude for everything he did for me, I attempted to recreate his 32 grille he has in his T coupe with the addition of a couple words. I was really happy to be able to give it to him this week and he seemed to be appreciative of it. I’m very fortunate because without John I wouldn’t have ever pursued this or other future ventures, let alone ever had my car running.
Here’s his car/grille that I tried to model it after….
Here’s also the post John did for me the first time I got my car running… http://jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=783629
Thanks for letting me yap! Please continue on now with the real artistry!
Little F100 action.
Art from the heart. What a great gift.
I'm a new hamber, but here is a bit of pinstriping that I have done the past two weeks. This is one of my favorite threads!
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...interesting, the gas pumps are rite in the middle of the street!
I haven't done so often bikes but here is one I did earlier this year.
Commissioned work of existing bike originally built by Gordon Rooth:
some great work guys
Case you guys missed it hotrodjen found herself in the latest Street Rodder doing a panel for a charity auction. Amazing to me in the car world how often incredible art is donated to worthy causes. In my Navy days the greatest praise you could receive was ''Well Done''. In that vein to Jen and the rest of HAMB artists that are constantly donating your work a hearty ''WELL DONE!'' .
Holy crap guys/gals! Awesome work today! Wish I could draw..
Here are a couple of a buddies truck..just finished building it, going in for bodywork this winter.
I couldn't agree more Zap.
The Mrs. contacted HotrodJen for some of her fantastic handiwork and last week a very cool package arrived...some very cool yule for our tree this year.
These pieces will become a tradition for us every year.....
HotRodJen is an amazingly talented person.
GaryC., great tribute to Big Daddy ........
Frogz, thank you and super Stude ........
ME.GASSER, thank you Wanda .........
Janne, very cool bike .......
WOW! Greta work!
If that's your second...can't wait for you third n' fourth....
nice stuff guys!
Perhaps not the most "traditional" but a quick sketch I did for a guy to see how the wheel/tire combo he has picked out for his 61 will look:
Here's another of the Moonlighter gasser, Gene Cromers restored Willys. It will be running next Saturday (11/16) as part of a gasser program at Greer Dragway, Greer, SC.
The photo was taken last May at the unveiling of the restoration and processed to look like a night shot with the moon and brush strokes added.
Model A tail light im slowly working on between other stuff
my contribution, 1930s banger
I also like trucks
57 Corvette Bob - great scene creation!
Gary C. - gotta love the Roth
Frogz - I'm always a sucker for a Studebaker!
Janne - great job on that bike!
Dart 165 - I reall admire your rendering style.
SeaDog - The Gassers come out when there's a full moon, don't they?
Crusaders - Very nice beginning.
Everybody else - excellent!
My water colors for this week:
"Eight in the Morning"
dmccraryart, super work Dan and thanks for the kind comments .......
My license plate toppers from a few years ago.........
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