Tuesday, April 03, 2007

1935 Walker Home














Break down in this rig and you'd end up walking her home. This is another rare model-amazingly one remains, amazing because there were none in the first place. Come on people stay awake, has everybody read the article yet?

10 comments:

Michelle Smith said...

Walker Home. Great name. I like the way you handled the colors under the crunched headlight on the blown-up view.

ron said...

Thanks, Michelle, its just 1/2 of a crapped out painting, but I did think that was an interesting bit under the crunched light.

W. K. Moore said...

No Leonid?.. thought he'd be here by now. Go check out his site.. he is a bee keeper.. (hobby?) which is good seeing how bee populations have been reported to dwindle around the world. What will the birds do without those bees? Ron, you got that ol' 1-2-3 going. Car-house-trees.. 0k grass that's 4! Great job on those contrasts to make the car glow. I think they should make a Ron postage stamp - benefactor and preserver of aged autos. May the legend continue!

ron said...

Thanks, W.K., he has stated his case-he has chosen you and of course it is a good choice. I realize my silly cars are not the stuff of important painting and since I make them up they are also a little suspect.
He does sound a little nuts though which could be a lot of fun. I'll have bit of fun with him ocassionally. I delinked him.

ron said...

I am thinking of getting Milford his own blog. If I can get the old nuisance to write a couple of his crappy poems and maybe scribble a coupla sketches, maybe it will keep him occupied. He sleeps in the closet under the stairs and I found him yesterday with a sock hanging out of his mouth snoozin away. If he wasn't a relative (of my wife's) I'd have him put down. I know... I can't do that to the old sea dog.

kee said...

Ron, I like the one piece windsheild. Beautiful color combo and like the cabin.

ron said...

Holy cripes!, its daytime Kee, good to hear from you while its light out. I still say we gotta go paint a garbage dump. Would we be extreme blighters then? If we painted rotten citrus fruit would we be Limey Blighters?

W. K. Moore said...

miLford... milfoordd! come forth!

kee said...

Painting a garbage dump will be a fun one. I'm sure we can make a lots of beautiful paintings although I will be half asleep blind bloody blimey limey blighter.Is this sound right?

ron said...

That is very good, you're a natural.