I was in the middle of the desert testing my newly rebuilt flathead and things couldn’t’ have been better. My old flat head had a new life after the modifications and rebuild. She was up and runnin strong again, like when I first built her. Couldn’t have been a better day. I had probably driven about 20 miles from camp, stopped to take a break and noticed some clouds out in the distance. As I looked closer I there was a good storm brewin’ out there. If it started raining hard I was going to be in trouble. So I got in, stomped on the gas and started “Hurryin Back”!
This story is fiction by the way I just added for mood. This was done in Painter 10 using mostly the impasto brushes.
I also made this into a 34" Gilcee and it is a limited edtion of 300. It looks great in the office.