I have had cartoon art drawn in the past - not hot rod stuff, but other. I used one of the cartoonists that does kids birthday parties. If you look in your yellow pages - they are listed there under birthday parties. Provide a photo of a car and what you want it to say and they can do their magic.
Because 24's are worthless,don't hook up and are the symbols of "thug life" posers. Art is creative and takes skill, time and patience. Any moron can buy jeans 5 sizes too large,turn their hat sideways and act like an illiterate moron.
Hey just my .02 The whole thing is way out of control with the bling,grilz, and the idiocy of "yo, look what I got. 5 Hummers with 22's, gold chains, platinum teeth, rims covered with gems,biches and ho's. Look at me. Look what I got. You wanna be me. Gimmie respect for being a flashy,brainless moron. You want respect? Earn it like everyone else. **note** Individual opinions may vary, these opinions are not those of Team Camaro, their sponsors and vendors,or the management-just an angry American.**
so true....sorry about the rant(and the thread hijack),but it had to be said.And I made sure to put a disclaimer at the end(that Bonzo guy is tough)
All this art is cool.....makes me want to breakout the colored pencils again
I'm a firefighter in Houston, Texas. To my knowledge, there are no organized fire department car clubs anywhere in the U.S. There are numerous motorcycle clubs but zero car clubs. I estimate that the HFD has approximately 400 members who own cars, trucks, antique fire trucks, etc., and far more when you add the retirees. I've made contact with about 50 of these people and all are interested in organizing a club and the word is spreading "LIKE FIRE!" Sorry......I couldn't resist that one.
Anyway, my idea for a club logo is, of course, an old hot rod fire truck. I like the old school hot rod art like the "Rat Fink" and the big motor hot rod with the wild looking, bug eyed mad man and the long handled shifter with the hairy hand bangin' the gears.
Just a thought. I guess we'll never grow up. Ain't it great?
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