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    Smile Try to make me laugh...

    I was cleaning my stock room and I found my first drawing when I was on kindergarten. It made me laugh... cause the only figure on my drawing is a tree and a sun...It reminds me of those days... I put it on a frame and display it in my room. How about you did you keep you're first artwork try to look at it once cause it can give you is happiness♥

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    ohh yeah they make us happy and also shows our progress

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    Unfortunately all of my childhood drawings are gone. I threw them away a loooong time ago. I regret it actually....It could have been refreshing to see what I was into back in the day...

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    I don't have any of my old drawings. They probably got lost the first time I moved.

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    Here is a self-portrait by me, aged six. Take special note of the stylish desk, and the remarkable backwards knees.

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    I am the hero without equal.
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    Insignia, I have a portrait that is posed quite similar to yours (same desk and everything) from about the same age. Only in my portrait, I gave myself gigantic boobs and a t-shirt baring my midriff.

    I like to think it was an early statement on the absurdity of objectifying young girls as sexual objects. >_>

    'Cuz life is full of your regrets, and I should be one...
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    I remember that the firs drawing I did was in vegas. It's still there with family.
    It wasn't half bad, haha. Though it was of Goku from Dragonball.
    I'm really surprised I remember. I was SO little.

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    @agrmrs: Yah, I really love my drawing when I was a child too, since they make me happy and through them I can see how I grow up.
    @BlackheartK: Haha, I also like Dragonball series too. I think many children try to redraw Songoku after reading this comic ^^ I love a young Goku very much, he's very kute

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    I don't know where my earliest drawings are (if they still are somewhere) but I remember all the creatures/humans had bared teeth and 3+ rows of teeth on top of each other, I'm not sure if I knew you can only have two.

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