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T Bucket Art Extravaganza June / July Art Contest, Voting Starts Now

This date ends a two month long T Bucket Art Extravaganza by the Hotrodders.com Artists. All have put out some great artwork in many different media's for you to vote on and choose the winner who will make the next choice for "Subject Vehicle or Theme".

Artists have been listed below and artwork shown in date of completion from first to last to post, take a minute or two out of your day and place a vote for your choice of artwork worthy of the title for July:

NOTE: Some artists have more than one image noted on the side; also if available a larger image link will give you a large version of the artwork provided for more detail. Images have been scaled down for a fast loading page.

There is no bad artwork, no bad votes, or opinions, please enjoy and have fun!!

Voting Poll Begins now and closes in 5 days automatically so get in and vote early!!

The Artwork And Artists.

1 : johnnyjalopy
Registered User
Has Entered Two Images "Living Loud T Bucket" "Model T Tattoo"

Johnny's talent spans many versatile looks at artwork through his own unique style, mainly oils brushwork all done by hand, one of the few not using digital manipulation. His "Living Loud T Bucket" and "Model T Tattoo" are testaments to his skills and foresight.






2 : Artist
Artist
Member Artist has entered in three images "Remembering When" "crayola pen" and "I Love Rock n' Roll"

Member Artist also enters his images in hand drawn artwork, complete with enough color and palette style of presentation you have an excellent feel for his thoughts of a complete image telling a story, a picture is always worth a thousand words, he has covered that in not only this contest but others.


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...-brickyard.jpg


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...ering-When.jpg





3 : brickyardboy
Registered User
Streetbeasts lawsuit donor

Brickyardboy always comes through with a mighty version of the contest vehicle choice aptly named "T-REX"...the king of the t-bucket jungle! The artist states he used a mixture of pencil, soft pastel sticks, colored pencils and fine line ink markers to finish a very well and intriguing image to be a part of the voting.


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...ders/t-rex.jpg


4 : 57Corvette
Rat Rod Studios
Has Entered Three Images "Alien T Bucket" "Patriotic T Bucket" "Rear View T Bucket"

Creations from Rat Rod Studios are how you say "out of the ordinary", a fine mix of digital art combined with real life images in many ways they are portrayed in all their glory. Deep rich colors, dodging, burning and clean cuts make these works stand out.


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...c-t-bucket.jpg


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...r-t-bucket.jpg


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...ent-bucket.jpg

5 : fortypickup
Wolf in Hot Rodders upholstery
Has Entered Two Images "Greaser T" "Bucket Rail"

Member fortypickup steps away from his well known digital drafting and takes to pencil and paper for a look at his sketch work. Flowing lines, swooping visions, and all around idea of what may become an incredible work in illustrator, he gives you the inside look of his first initial thoughts of the subject matter.


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...er-t-forty.jpg



http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...rail-forty.jpg


6 : hotrodrendering "T-Salt"
Registered User

It's not often we get something this wild, a real rendering of a turtledeck T Bucket but designed for the Bonneville Salt Flats. Great color and execution of design makes you know this vehicle could be the next record holder in a/gr. Beautiful color combinations, the glare from the flats and excellent shadowing produce a well rounded image.


http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...k-t-bucket.jpg
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