Rock and bloody Roll
You rock!Merry Xmas, Justin!-A
A - Gracias, senor! Same to you and yours and a Happy New Year!
I'm VERY impressed! (A) GREAT drawings for a 3 year old and (B) that your mom and dad let you fly to Paris by yourself to see a rock concert before you even started pre-school! Those are seriously kool parents.
Pencil Box: Thank You! Finally someone realized that..I didn't wanna say anything and be presumptious, but, yeh..helllo? I did these at 3 years old! C'monn people, show me the love! I will say, though, that my folks were there at the show with me...I guess they weren't thaaatt cool.
I sincerely hope that you are joking, Justin....(A decent stroke for a 3 year old, to say the least...)Happy Holidays!
joking? Moi??? (see, I still can't shake some of that French)...maybe these had a liiitttttllle adjusting in Photoshop, but for the most part, they're 'as is' from my early period. Ah, the genius I coulda been!
feeling the profile- nice hairr!merry new year justin!happy & healthy-frogdaddy
Ok, you've been off for a week now- time for a new post!Happy New Year, buddy.
Quite right you are, Mr. Springer! Uh...now I gotta do something worthy of a post...
since you've been drawing a lot of your favorite singers from their old videos, why not tryGeorge Michael from Wham's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" circa 1984?I miss his clean shaven look! He was so pretty!
Froggy:It is true that George (asleep at the wheel) Michael is one of my fave vocalists, I don't think he'll be turning up here anytime soon...I'm gonna stick with artists I actually saw perform live, before I turned seven. So far:(Sabbath:Paris, 1970, Queen:London, 1973)next up might be Kiss (1974) or T-Rex (earliest gig, London Lyceum in 1969 at the age of two, while my Dad was in England doing some research on the use of wooden props in Shakespeare's plays).
Enough talk! Post already!
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