Fullview please! Then go ahead and laugh. I always do!
And please tell me I'm not the only person in the world who has at one time in their life scrapbooked their old artwork! Most people scrapbook photos of their friends. Not me. I scrapbook, exacto, paste, frame, and so on, old unfinished drawings. I LOVE looking at my old drawings. It's one of my favorite things to do.
These are three samples of my scrapbooked artwork that's, like, a decade old!. (Artwork done back in 1998 and 1999 when I was 14 and 15, scrapbooking of these pages done a few years ago.)
These are characters from a comic book I made up that I was obsessed with as a teen. As you can tell by their lame costumes it was not a very serious story.
...Although I've always been fond of Psychological Man's snazzy tux.
Other stars of these pages are Kyle (the rubber guy) the Cowgirl (self explanatory) Kitty (with the black hair) Ransom (the cat-dude with Kitty) and some random chick telling Ransom she'd never go out with him. Poor Ransom.
Oh, and I drew lots and lots and lots and lots of cat-people. And yes, the rubber dude's limbs are stretched all the way around the first page. (that's my favorite page
So yeah, further proof that I've always been rather crazy.
"Don't die, Kitty!" (referring to the far bottom right corner drawing, I used to think it was so dramatic.
Just thought I'd share my insanity with you. Enjoy my teenage psycho-ness and fuzzy prisma pencil coloring.