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A Range of Years in Artwork

I found some old art. Some is more old than others. 

 
1. social studies doodle, 6th grade- 1989  2. the brain- 1994
 
3. breathe peace- 1994  4. john and yoko- 2000
 
5. the beach-2001  6. diet coke-2001
 
7. crayola man-2001  8. swing- 2001
 
9. swirly face-2002 10. star- 2002
 
11. goth- 2002  12. pigtails- 2002
 
13. strange swimmers- 2003  14. weird face- 2003
 
15. dancers- 2004  16. north 5 comic- 2004
 
17. power to the little people- 2004  18. dance- 2005
   
19. forgive-2005  20. gruesome girl-2005  21. lisa tyler- 2005
 
22. science nerd- 2005  23. fatherhood- 2005
 
24. big teddy bear-2006  25. doodle- 2006
 
26. J's Krue- 2006  27. Lost and Lonely-2006
 
28. prayer- 2006  29. stuck in the muck-2006
 
30. elsewhere-2006  31. doodle on my journal- 2007

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dorkcore
Aug. 22nd, 2007 08:06 am (UTC)
I'm impressed that you have drawings that are almost 20 years old! I don't even have notebooks from last quarter!
djcliche
Aug. 22nd, 2007 06:58 pm (UTC)
i have a few that are almost 30 years old. i'll be 29 next month and i have some drawings my mom saved in my baby book from 1-3 years old. i'll have to put them up again. i actually have a lot of old art. i always thought that maybe i would be the next great american artist/ creative genious, and that i should save my old art and writing. i can be so narcisistic yet have such low self esteem at the same time. weird, huh?
feanix
Aug. 22nd, 2007 12:08 pm (UTC)
i love the john and yoko one...
djcliche
Aug. 22nd, 2007 07:04 pm (UTC)
thank you.
since you commented on it, let me tell you more about it.... i was going to community college at the time, taking 2 classes, art and probably a psych class. (i took and aced almost all the psych courses they offered)... Anyway, in art or drawing class, we had an in class assignment to look at a still life or some shit (boring) and draw it while looking at the still life. We were not allowed to look at the paper to see how the drawing looked. Aside from the boringness of still life drawing, i thought it was kind of neat, so when i went home i did like 8 more drawings the same way. The John and Yoko one was from a poster i had hanging in my room. i was very please with the way it came out. so thank you. (:
feanix
Aug. 23rd, 2007 09:23 am (UTC)
that's awesome...i'd be pleased with it too :)
djcliche
Aug. 23rd, 2007 05:32 pm (UTC)
thank you
coriander
Aug. 30th, 2007 01:16 am (UTC)
My favorite is number 15! It really speaks to me.
djcliche
Aug. 30th, 2007 02:41 am (UTC)
thank you. yeah, i can see how it might speak to you. i did it around the time that i cut my hair short and had just begun living as myself.
i was in at my old day program (therapy related) when i drew that.
anyway, thank you. peace my friend
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