Here’s a quick look at the proposed artwork for the sequel to Roy Underhill’s “Calvin Cobb: Radio Woodworker!” (OK, not really.)
Note that Lost Art Press does not condone riding a motorcycle without a helmet. (Or undergarments.)
— Christopher Schwarz
16 thoughts on “The Sequel to ‘Calvin Cobb?’”
Oh, now that was just cruel! Tantalizing us with the prospect of a second book. I was already salivating at the thought.
Look mom, no hands! (Well, sort of) 🙂
As both a woodworker and motorcyclist–one’s a winter hobby, and the other’s a summertime activity–I’m interested on MANY levels. (Okay, not really.)
I’m a dirty biker who stood with my friends in the sunshine outside Roy’s school one morning and gawked as Chris began a week-long class. Couldn’t be so impolite as to interrupt the class, but went upstairs to Ed’s store and poked around for a while. Then, down the street for a soda at a storefront café; after that, off to the Outer Banks.
The illustration is sooo Underhill!
Snort! You guys find the best images. Thanks for making my afternoon.
I drove up to Lie-Nielsen Toolworks last weekend. Saw a lot of motorcyclists in Maine, and none were wearing helmets. (Didn’t see any wearing blindfolds, but the dark glasses on one looked pretty opaque.)
Hey nice Motorcycle Lady, whatever you’re sellin’, I’m buyin’!
Looks like a cool day for riding. His neck tie should be in the air – flapping in the wind. And the most excellent three finger grip from the cover of book 1 is missing.
I would pay at five dollars American for that cover printed as a poster!!!
Won’t work. That lady doesn’t have a wooden leg. But everything else seems to be in order…
It’s a prequel. This is how she got the wooden leg.
“Note that Lost Art Press does not condone riding a motorcycle without a helmet.” I take it that you are good with hands free and blindfolded?
but blindfolded is OK?
How do you think I got married to someone like Lucy?
Blindfolds are OK.
In case this is a way of surveying for interest in a second book, I say thumbs up and where do we preorder.
Any plans on making this available as a poster or stickers.
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