Not quite finished but done till next Fall.
All I can say is - Wow!
Very nice, Richard. You'd better give that guy leaning on the work bench something to do, or the boss will send him down the road. And some black oil stains on their overalls would be a nice touch.
Keep 'em coming!
Nice, Rich! One thing I remember about the guys in the old garages was their really greasy clothing. Always enjoy seeing your work.
Rich did you make them sweep it up before you painted the shop or is this an early morning before the work of the day was underway, I mean shouldn't there be at least one head gasket on the floor? Love it keep doing more and if you run out of space to store them you can send them to me for safe keeping.
So what was your inspiration?
Absolutely, Gaylon. And you too reversed it.
As I've said before, I'm just awed and very, very impressed with your art. I just wish there was a way to expose more of us to more of your work.
I can't even begin to imagine the talent and skill you possess. Looking forward to more.
Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful!
Thank you so much for sharing it.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Sure looks finished to me! Love the antique technique. I envy your talent.
Is that an NRS coilbox setting on it's side, above the work bench with the engine block on it?
Wow, Richard. Thank you for sharing this captivating image. Agree with Bob above. What size is the work and what is the medium (acrylic I presume)?
Herb, It's a Splitdorf. Not sure what NRS used.
Yes Erich it is acrylic. 36 X 24.
this is 1 1/2 X original size.