This started out as a Swap Meet poster for 1996. I thought it was worth playing with and adding some color.
Nice effect! Thank you for sharing with us.
Great Stuff Richard! Thanks for posting!
Looks great with color added.
Richard, your good ! any calendars this year ?
Very nice Richard!
You stayed inside the lines very well You get a star for your project today and can hang it on the refrigerator.
Did you use regular size Crayola crayons or the jumbo Crayolas?
You know that there is one in every crowd
Do you know why they don't send donkeys to school?
Cuz nobody likes a smart a**
I was hoping to do some calendars for relatives and friends. Things are a bit hectic. I don't have enough paintings but have done Swap Meet posters for 40 years or so. Coloring them has been fun. I enjoyed Dennis's comment about staying in the lines. I'm not going to market them but may show the Model T related ones here if I get more done.
HOW U DO THAT??? I can hardly write my name. Great work!!
You know why cowboys don't like donkeys????
Because there to darn smart.
I packed and used donks in Montana for 20 years and there my favorite animal. I used to take them elk hunting and they would put me on elk. If there's more than 2 loose in camp they will tolerate griz..you can put 10 in a 6 horse trailer without shoes and they work for 30 years or more. Love em. Don't lie to them.
I ment won't tolerate Griz.
Richard, do they still have the swap meet in Idaho Falls??
I don't know. Never did make that one. Are you coming to chickasaw?
Richard I'm always amazed at your work.
Thanks G. R., Hal, Keith, Gary, Tom, Tim, Jay and Wayne. Dennis, Richard and David too.
Stan, we have had the I F Swap meet on Father's Day weekend for the last several years. There are fewer old parts showing up. This Summer will be our 39th Annual.
I did this from one of Steve J's photos but haven't used it.
Richard - WOW! As Hal said,.... "HOW U DO THAT???"
That's so good that I can even tell who the vendor is! It sure looks like the late John Denuser (sp? ... R.I.P) from Fulton, MO. Not only looks like him, but looks just like the used parts displays he used to have at Chickasha!
You have an unbelievable talent Richard,...... harold
Actually, ya' did "screw up" a little bit tho' Richard! Your forgot to cross the "double t's" on the word "fittings" on that bottom drawer! Ha,ha,..... harold (:^)
And I was thinking there were "fillings" in that drawer!
I did talk to Steve about permission to work from his photo. He suggested I ask John if that was a problem but I got no reply. It could be fillings. Galen West had some sample teeth at a Swap Meet a couple years ago. I can claim artistic license.
Rich -- I too recognized John Danuser from your drawing. That is an amazing likeness! John passed away a few years ago; that might be why you got no response.
Hi Mike. I Emailed John before he passed away. late 2012 or so. I think he was feeling poorly then but would have contacted me if the drawing posed a problem. Like so many people on the forum, I wish I had gotten to know him better. What a Great Cast of Characters.