Totaly did dude! Loved the World Of Disney book too!
I STILL love it!!! It was VERY clever!!! Your classmates were just jealous! Ha!
Neat idea. Great practice for a budding world class artist!
Your classmates were fools, they had no idea what real art was.
Awww, how heartbreaking it was for all of us young artists to present our greatest masterpieces to very uninterested classmates. We have all been there at various times.
that is a very cool idea, i would not have had the patience for it as a child, and still not today xD i stumbleupon-ed this website and i love it, you are great 😀
Glad you like it! Stick around, there’s a few new posts every week.
I am impressed 🙂 that is smart and creative!
Man, I wish you were in my class.
I like that your relatives comment on your work. It speaks volumes. You’re a lucky man.
But my Mom loves everything… 🙂
Amen, anonymous…although it took me (a U.S. ciitzen) a year just to get in for an appointment to APPLY for the provisional green card for my Italian husband. And he was almost deported once, due to a paperwork mix-up. And we spent about $5k on forms, fees and filing f*-ups during the whole stressful process.We’ve now been married five years and are only a year into his “permanent” green card (which needs to be renewed in 10 years, if memory serves). Every time someone talks about amnesty, my toes curl. I swear, if *I* had to go through these hoops as a ciitzen to get my husband here, someone who’s NOT EVEN FROM HERE sure as hell can follow the rules, too. I lived in Italy for a time, and no one would have shed a tear if I’d been deported away from my husband for not following their rules. Why the hell we have such low expectations here, I don’t know.-M
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