Never heard back from the guy interested in the car. I just want to be done and over with this s. This is why I like animals better than people, they either like you or don't or want to kill/eat you but either way you know what you're dealing with.
If you guys didn't catch the SRX race last night you missed a good one.
Regular visitors may have noticed that I haven't posted much artwork here lately. Hopefully this should explain why.
The artwork below started out as a re-creation of the Hazzard Theater sign for the Signs of Hazzard thread, but grew into a monster project encompassing a whole block of Hazzard Square. After completing the theater sign I added some background and got carried away. I've tried to be as accurate as possible, with some details only clearly visble in a single episode. I also had to allow for the fact that some of the details change constantly, so what you see here may not exist together exactly like this in any single episode. I originally wanted to put more detail into varying the brickwork, but 'Seth M Berley's', for example, has somewhere in the region of 5000 bricks, so I settled for uniformity instead. For clarity (and to make my life easier) I have not attempted any interiors. I know that some episodes show gold lettering on the upper windows of some buildings, but I couldn't get any screengrabs where this text was readable. I can add them if anyone knows what they say.
Here they are at a larger size:
I do plan to do more of these, but may do something else in-between just for variety.
It's very difficult to get a clear screengrab, but when Cletus catches Bo and Luke by not chasing them around the church in 'The Canterbury Crock' (about 30 minutes in), the name on the church sign appears to be "REV. ED. BACHMAN, SR.". However, it could be "REV. F.D. BACHMAN, SR.", which would be the same format as "REV. J.P. FRAWLEY".
Edit: I've tried going through the scene frame by frame, and I'm slightly leaning towards "REV. F.D. BACHMAN, SR.".
His name was on a sign in front of the church. I can't remember if it was him that had nurse Daisy's notes for the play.
Edit: I had to consult my notebook. If someone gets the chance check the episode The Canterbury Crock.