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Calicruiser and bustedlifter, great work, as usual!

Here is a lino-cut print done by artist Jesus Cueva, of one of my bikes. I never would have known about it, had he not contacted me to request permission to use the image off my website for the project.

 

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Thanks, that print is el coolio! Good start this week.
 

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Not exactly chopper-related... these Victory Kingpin tins were ENORMOUS... but I did this for a local former serviceman (dropped my price to help him out a bit - then found out how enormous the parts were!) who started out with a scrape on his front fender to repair and talked himself into this Y-O-R job.

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Well I'm finally getting some work done....and I know you've seen this design before on some tanks I did but I kept getting requests for prints so tackled this guy again at a live painting demo in SoCal this past weekend....

"Viva Evel"
1shot, gouache and acrylic on board
 

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I always loved these short Italian "La Linea" (The Line) cartoons..
Not sure if you had em on tv in the States..
(They are on YouTube..)
I kinda tweeked it a little here..:eek:

 

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How do you get the leaf edges so clean?! Are the striped at all?
no striping on those edges . . . top secret formula . . . 1% talent . . . 99% LUCK!

seriously, you have to find (and know) that sweet spot when laying leaf. Just comes with practice!

Josh
 

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I always loved these short Italian "La Linea" (The Line) cartoons..
Not sure if you had em on tv in the States..
(They are on YouTube..)
I kinda tweeked it a little here..:eek:
I always ran to the tv set and did the "Sneeze move" when i was a little kid..

funny stuff :)

cheers
 
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