Bike Sculpture...

Paint jobs and moulding on chopper tanks, frames and helmets. Paintings & sketches that express show the many aspects of owning and riding a chopper... Also sculpture... Max size 550 wide, 60,000bytes please... and remember we're G rated...

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Postby ShovelShane » Mon May 12, 2008 10:30 pm

That is some damn good work there.

A replica would make an excellent fathers day or xmas present for someone that loves there bike.
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Postby Prof » Mon Jul 07, 2008 9:23 am

Email from Woof...



Thought you’d be interested in my latest creation.

The Stanford Motorcycle Co is an imaginary company which was not founded in 1911 by my Grandfather Archibald John Stanford and was not started in a tiny coal shed which was not located behind the milking shed at a property called Fitzroy Downs outside Portland Victoria. At no time did he ever return home from WW1 and recommence building bikes which were never well ahead of their time with technology which was not years ahead. He did not race this particular bike in the 1919 Tyrandarra Senior TT and he did not blitz the field by lapping every other rider and winning by several minutes. As I say, none of this really happened............or did it??????

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Postby Cromag » Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:34 am

Im seeing it, it makes it real for me. What a beauty.
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Postby Stoand » Mon Jul 07, 2008 4:48 pm

nice detail :shock:
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Postby BobbaZooki » Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:06 pm

is it for sale !
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