This is the first guitar I thought of. Smooth Ride also reminds me of the comic art of Greg Land, who is routinely accused of tracing over adult magazines and movies as reference:
I want to set up a lounge chair on your pickguard and dive into your Tele to cool off.Here's my favorite paint job and 'Partscaster' I've ever done yet...
A Body and matching Case package.
Lighten up Francis. You can have ashtray dangler. We don’t care. Your choice is up to you as ours is up to us.You have missed the point. The question isn’t whether the image objectifies a woman (who may well have agreed to be the model) but whether it objectifies women generally.
Gotta be some of the fugliest Telecasters I've ever seen!OK, Telecaster Friends --
I need your help. For starters, I'm not a guitar player, but I am a visual artist.
A buddy of mine has been urging me to paint on a guitar body and then sell it... somewhere. (Probably Reverb.)
So, I bought a G&L ASAT Classic body, and then worked up three rough layouts for my future oil painting. Let's call them "Honoring Leo Fender", "Clops", and "Smooth Ride".
You would do me a great favor to look at the three images below, and then tell me which one YOU would like to play.
Let me know. Many thanks.
Dude, of course, but the point here--the OP's original request, was to discuss the images. Telling someone to "lighten up frances," besides being a dated referfence to a forty year old movie, is telling him his opinion is not welcome. Who needs to "lighten up?"Lighten up Francis. You can have ashtray dangler. We don’t care. Your choice is up to you as ours is up to us.