theres some pretty cool stuff! I do similar things with old junk, i turn it into newer junk.I need to learn how to post pics so i can participate in one of the friday artshows. some very cool stuff guys! Greggscootermcrad said:
Set up an account at photobucket.com. Load in your pictures to photobucket. Click on the little mountain icon in this text box (middle right, yello). A line will come up for http/ Cut and past the http/ address from your picture at photobucket in that line. BAM! You've posted a pic... easy as 1-2-3 Post us some cool art stuff!greggski said:I need to learn how to post pics so i can participate in one of the friday artshows. some very cool stuff guys! Gregg
MMMMMMM, Burritos!Nappy said:Nice work, PureHell!
I guess I have something to throw in. This falls more under the title of kinda artistic project rather than "Art". It involved several rattlecans, lots of tape, and a weiner cart.
My buddy and I bought a clapped out Hebrew National hotdog cart from Ebay and are giving it a good freshening up/ eviling down.
We'll be selling Burritos soon at some of the local car/bike events. The local Bike Night is the debut so that kindasorta makes it a little bit on topic here (maybe?). Other than car/bike shows, we'll eventually sell food on weekends outside the clubs to drunk & hopefully hot chicks who will idealy offer their bodies in appreciation for the fine meal. At least that's what we're hoping for. If we make any money it will immediately be spent on cars, bikes, and/or booze.
Sprayed the signs on white fiberglass tub surround material, then they're covered with clear plexi so we can write what we're selling on top with eraseable pen (so we can switch from burritos to hotdogs). We'll have 'COLD DRINKS' signs painted on the cooler- my next project. Drilled strips of galvanized and screwed them on to hold things in place. The cart's about 7' long. Made the chip rack out of pieces from the junkyard. Still have some other shit to finish. And I have to learn how to cook.
It's half-assed- I'm neither an artist nor a painter- just a do-it-yourselfer, but it was fun. And religious groups protest near the clubs too, so the devil should work to keep them away from us...
That is rediculous!! I'm amazed by the wheels...and everything else. Wow.Danny F. said:Well no, it's not yet Friday but since this is an art topic..here is "The Racer" with Joe Petrelli on it in scale 1/1 !
My buddy Jac made this in his "spare time" from sheet metal with a hammer, grinder, welder and a small lathe...
The only actual H-D parts he used are the puschrods-lifters, valve springs and some tiny bolts and nuts...everything else is handmade...freak !