Monday, August 21, 2006

Some drawings from my childhood










These are some drawings from when I was an innocent little boy. I didn't write my age on most of them, but I was 5 to 10 when I did most of these. The crayon ones I was the youngest. They are of toys that I had or wanted. The cobra twins from G.I.Joe and Webstor from He-man occupied a lot of my free time and I drew them all the time! The drawings seem to get more and more gory the older I got. I hope you enjoy these long lost masterpieces...

5 comments:

Jason Debauche said...

Haha sweet! Wish I could find my kid drawings. I shoulda never left those crayola's, they always were far superior to any other medium. I'm thinking you should check into getting a River Festival stand so you can rake in some serious cash with prints of these fine works. I know they'd catch my attention.

yanbu said...

i'm glad you share your older stuff, your work is amazing. me you major admirerererer! the 10eastern art show went really well last night, wish you lived closer

Brent Engstrom said...

Jason,
I've thought about getting a booth at the River Festival...then I could set up right next to Mr. Gibson!

Yanbu,
I wish I could have went to the 10eastern art show, but like you said, I live far away. Maybe I'll make it to one sometime in the future.

George said...

I love seeing these early works, Brent. Your menagerie drawing is particularly awesome.

KW said...

ha ha! this explains a lot! it was destiny.