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I have a radio that can mimic it to a tee. Even down to the exact same set of strings on that Les Paul.
I could... but I won't. hahhahaaa
People want it bagged, for the most part. Way cool mower. I've always wanted an old cool rider.Painting mopeds may be kinda cool, but I probably couldn't sell them for much or too quickly. I painted over 30 paintings in the past year. I only have one on hand. 2 more sold yesterday.
I have not painted my puch... yet.I bought a brand new Toro last year. Didn't last a month hardly. They are true junk. I have an older Briggs push mower I'm using right now. Runs great, but I have big lawns, and I haul all the grass off.
Like an average corner lot? I'm charging far too low, and that's why I have this problem. A lady yesterday had 2 quotes on hers. Which is a bit larger than average size, She got $75, and $90 quotes, where I would have felt guilty asking for 45. My lawns average around 35. Today I'm doing a $100 one. All day, huge lawn, out of town.Yes, I should just do 3 days a week. I called 2 peop
Thanks... the lady that spoke about buying it at 3:30 this morning backed out. So, no biggy, but it's still available.
My heart pulls to the people. I want so badly to stop mowing most of them, but it's so very hard to say no.My body says I've worked more than anyone I know, so I should slow down, and enjoy something. I feel like I can make more painting, and have a wonderful time doing it.I called and told 3 people today I had to cancel out. It was pretty hard to do. I could add a mowing client every da
One can be too worn out to do nothing but break their back for nothing but maintaining junk machines. I made more money this winter painting once in awhile, than I did all last summer working all day every non-rainy day mowing.I'm almost 50... and starting to feel it. I've worked my ass off since I was 14.
They don't want that either... they want me. :(
I think I already sold it this morning. I need a couple paintings for a show on June 2nd. Every time I paint one, it's gone. haahhaaaha I'm supposed to be mowing lawns, but this is paying about 3 times better. I tell my lawn customers I need to drop the cutting business, and every one of them thinks I can still do theirs, if I just drop everybody else. I tell them I have to drop them, a
12x16 inches. Acrylic on stretched canvas.$220.
If it's just surface rust on chrome; I use 0000 steel wool, and then wax it.
I have considered hiring a person to mow for me. Sort of hard to find people that need a job, but are still willing to work.My brother and I used to sell stupid crap in grade school, and named our "company" Daler. My David with his Tyler. We sold cookies that we made by chewing up graham crackers, and spitting it out, throwing the lump against the ceiling. They'd dry and fall off on
I've painted countless real houses, so that's already covered. ;)I wish it would keep raining!
The lady I did this for wanted her husband walking their dog in front of the house. When I asked about rockets in the sky, I got no reply, so I just went conservative.I got paid for that one last night. I just sold 2 older paintings today. Professor Planet and KPRK. 3 paintings in less than a day's time is awesome. I actually sold 3 in a day a while back too. I have only TWO left to sell out
Smooth. My brother used to have an awesome '71 Opel GT... what's this "wagon" you got going? hahhaaa
I was nervous with this one. The lady wanted me to paint her husband walking the dog, in front of the house. She gave me one real blurry photo of him with the dog, so I had to ask her questions, like if the dog even had a tail or not. hahahaa. It's a good thing I bought new brushes not that long ago. I needed lots of tiny detail in this one. More detail than I've ever done in a painting.
12x16 Acrylic on stretched canvas. Commissioned. $350.
Bought my first moped when I was 12 from my Grandpa. I practically brand new blue Bianchi Snark. Then at 14 I got my driver's license and hardly looked at it. Eventually it was stolen.Fast forward about 25 years or better and I see an old 50's Allstate for sale. Sad shape but mostly there. I had to have it. After I got it running, I fell in love with it. Been riding them ever since, and
I listen to a lot of Les Baxter on record album while I'm painting. Connie Francis, The Ventures, Herb Alpert, Dean Martin, and various older movie soundtracks.Sometimes I pull out my ABBA albums and stack them up for a good feel. I also enjoy my David Bowie albums quite a bit.If I'm streaming some music from the internet, I listen to Luxuriamusic. It's usually awesome, but sometime
I see no sensors near it or after it. I'll be cutting it out, and leaving it out. I won't try burning it out, although I read on some forum that people have.I don't need anyone to tell me it is plugged. I can tell myself that it is. Of course after I do it, I'll probably plug it in and see what it says. I'm not just guessing at things because the engine light sometimes co
Thank you former artist. It's what I was wanting to hear!
hahhaa the engine light is NOT my concern. If it was just flickering at times ad nothing else was happening, I couldn't care less... but no. It's bogging like crazy. Smells like a rotten egg factory and the catalytic converter is FULL.I wasn't asking for a diagnosis. I already know it's the catalytic converter giving me restriction and piss-poo mileage. Just hoping someone had
I should clean mine. I think it's about 4 or 5 years since I have.
So ours is fuel injected. The catalytic converter is so plugged we're lucky to get 8 miles to the gallon. We don't have emission control laws in MT. I just want the stupid thing off there. I know it'll probably make the engine light come on, but it already does quite often. Not worried about that.I'm just wondering if anyone knows if it'll mess with the fuel injection at a
Five local artists are doing these for a skate park benefit auction. I did this one.