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Lost At Sea

by Martin Hamilton
(U.S.A.)


Hello To All My Friends:

I hope you enjoy this drawing, I was thinking of the Contest that I had.

And Pirate Stan came into my mind, and you know what I think he may have gotten Lost At Sea at one time in his life.

I hope you all like it and if you would like to draw us what you think might have happened to Captain Pirate Stan, that got in a fight and lost his hand then give your hand a try at it. Do you think this may have been why he got lost at sea?

You see they run into a great storm and the wave's got upward to 30 feet so he had a fight and lost his hand and then he got a couple of his mate's that he could trust and set out on his own in his little skiff, and just in time because his Pirate ship was taking on a lot of water fast and it wouldn't be long before she sank and would become a " ghost ship " ( another ghost story here ").

I did this with only a # 2 pencil. And used heavy weight on the pencil for the darkness.

Enjoy

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Marty, I love your drawing, it gives me lots to study and I love your pencil work. You've done a great job with this.

You had me wrapped up in your story, it was thoroughly enjoyable. Hugs to you for sending in a great page.

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Captain Stan and Mary

by Marty
(USA)

Captain Stan & Mary his girlfriend

Captain Stan & Mary his girlfriend

Hello Everyone. I was watching TV and this came to me so I just grabbed my #2 pencil and my charcoal pencil and this is how they came to be.

I though maybe Captain Stan needed a girlfriend so here is what he ended up with. You all do remember Captain or pirate Stan now don't you?

Let me know how you all like them.

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty,
You keep me fascinated with your drawings - I'd love to draw what 'comes to me'. In particular, I think you've done an outstanding job on the pirate and you've managed a great old-fashioned look for his girlfriend. Good work!

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Pirate Contest

by Sushree Kalpana Chand
(Orissa, India)

Pirate Contest Drawing by Sushree

Pirate Contest Drawing by Sushree

I just saw my email and read about the contest and here is what I've come up with. Hope you like it too!

Best Regards,

Sushree.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Sushree,
Your pirate is fantastic! The fact that you produced this in such a short time is impressive to me. Good job!

Thanks for reading the newsletter and for participating, I appreciate it.

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Pirate Contest by Teresa

by teresa
(uk)


This is my entry in the pirate contest held by Marty.

I hope you like my version of the pirates.

teresa


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Teresa
You've done a great job with your drawing. I admire that you are willing to take on such a tough subject.

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Pirate Contest by Jim

by Jim Leming
(Issaquah, WA)


Behold... A couple of sharp dudes with some pretty cutting remarks. After the other fellow was 'foiled' trying to gain the upper 'hand' in his attempt to win the day, as both turned to look out the porthole, their 'quest' was departing with a completely different 'sharp' dude...


***Note from Kerry:
Jim, I can always rely on you to bring a smile to my face, thanks! You are so witty. Your drawing is great, I am sure Marty will be thrilled to see your entry.

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Marty's Pirate Contest! by John

by John Nolen
(N.S.W, Australia)


This is my version of Marty's pirate!

P.s This is my first attempt, will do more before time runs out...haha


***Note from Kerry:
Hi John
I love your drawing, it's unique and very much worth admiring.

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Hoggie's Ole Barn

by Martin
(U.S.A.)


Hello Everyone:

I only used a #2 pencil and a blue ink pen.

Here is the drawing of Max " Hoggie " Martin's Ole Barn.

This is the barn that was surrounded by 500 acres of woods, and around the barn you could find the bones of the hogs that didn't make it through the cold winter and the hot summer. And well you guessed it, Hoggie never did like work and so the old bones just stayed where they were for the buzzards and flies and the well you get the point.

Oh yes, around the old barn was nothing but mud, hog manure and I don't know what else because old Hoggie never used his old tractor to clean up the mess, I think he thought his hogs would keep it clean. One thing for sure Hoggie and his wife Claire would never clean it up. That's one reason why the search party for the bus driver and the 9 kids was never found, it stank so bad you couldn't breathe. And now Old Claire was so dirty, that's Hoggie's wife, that you couldn't find one clean place on her. Now all this took place back in 1961, now I think I know where the bus driver and the 9 kids was at. And you could never figure it out and it is right under your nose. They can be found in....To Be Continued!!!!!

Please let me know how you like Hoggies Ole Barn and Claire his wife and all the hogs. You know the hogs are their family don't you?

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hey Marty,
Ah, the barn didn't disappoint, I think it's great. The story makes the drawing so much more interesting as I gaze at it and apply the story. You're a charm!

I love the teaser. Hmmm, the kids can be found in the .... ??

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Hoggie's Slaughterhouse

by Marty
(U.S.A.)


Hello Everyone:

This is an urgent update to what is taking place on the Hoggie Martin farm.

Someone mentioned about a different building out on the farm so I thought I would go and see what all the ruckus was about. There has been much rumor lately about a new discovery on Hoggie's farm.

This is a drawing I done with a # 2 pencil and a charcoal pencil.

I know it's not very good but I just like threw it on paper to get it to all of you.

Now the story goes about this building is that it was built over the old slaughterhouse but this newer one has a cement floor while the old one had a dirt or mud floor.

I am just wondering if that could have been the place that the bus driver and the school were buried? They say the old slaughterhouse was in a very wooded area. But this newer one has just a few trees around it. It's like they were trying to tell us that they didn't have anything to hide.

Well I think they do, now what do you all think about this new piece of news? Do you also think this will in any way tip off the local police?

Please let me know what ya think and I will keep you posted as events change out on the old Hoggie farm!

P.S. If anyone of you artist would like to draw a better building for me then please have a go of it. I could use it in my story about the Hoggie Martin family.

Thanks.

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, your drawing is great especially since you just 'threw it onto paper'. Some of us would love that skill!

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The Martin Kids

by Marty
(U.S.A.)

Max

Max "Hoggie" Martin + Maggie Mae" Hoggie" Martin

Hello Everyone:

Here are Hoggie and Claire's Kids.

Kindly look at the noses. I tried to make their noses look like a pig's nose. I don't think I did a very good job at it. Also let me know what you think of the kid's.

I tried to put a little dirt on the faces but it looks more like measles or chickenpox or something.

Have any of you thought about where the bus driver and the school children are at yet?

I bet if you would take some candy and go there with me then we might get Hoggie's kids to tell us something about them. And where they may be buried.

Are any of you ready to go with me to pay them a visit? We would have to sneak in and we would need something to ward off the Hogs for some of them are really mean.

Please tell me how you like the kids.

Hey maybe one of you might want to take your hand at drawing Hoggie's kids.

Maybe you would want to try your hand at the house. Or the old barn. Hey how about the old pig sty. Yes that would be something to draw. maybe the bus driver and the school are buried in the pig sty? Hum!

Come on let's have some fun.

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, I think you've done a good job of the kids. I knew instantly that their faces were grubby, it doesn't look like measles at all.

This is a great drawing. You've got everyone interested in your story, last night I thought of a place where the kids could be but it isn't coming to me at the moment! Sigh, bad memory.

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Hoggie and Claires House by Cindy

by Cindy Barnard
(Bloomington, IN USA)


Marty-
Once I saw the picture of Hoggie and Claire's house you put on the site I just had to put my hand to paper and draw my version of it!

What a great little story too! As far as the whereabouts of the driver and kids?? Hmmm...chopped up in the hog pen?? Ugggg what a horrible thought! My mind does wander to some gruesome places since the title characters are kind of creepy anyway! After seeing the house..well, they could be anywhere!

Oh well, hope you like my version!
Your friend,
Cindy
ps: drawing is done in charcoal pencils


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Cindy,
Your drawing is really good, it thrills me to see you have drawn the house. I actually started mine last night too and I can't wait to finish it. Yours will put mine to shame no doubt but I'm still thinking I'll upload it and show it to everyone. I think I'll add some buzzards above and junk below - you know, artist's privilege and all that. Sorry, I'm waffling!

I think your eye for detail is very good and I think Marty will be quite impressed with your interpretation.

Good job, Cindy!

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Hoggie and Claire's House by Kerry

by Kerry
(Queensland, Australia)

A very old creepy house

A very old creepy house

The photo of Hoggie and Claire's Old House that Marty sent in had me intrigued so I couldn't wait to try drawing it.

An opportunity arose last night while hubby was watching football so I grabbed my pencils and happily created this in a 2 hour time frame.

I hope you don't have high expectations of my drawing skills, I know I still have a long way to go but every day is an adventure.

Due to my poor eyesight (excuses, excuses) I got really confused with the details in the front of the house and where the entry should be. On closer inspection today, I see that the steps could be in the front, so I have that bit (and others) wrong.

Never mind, I'll claim artists privilege!

***Note from me to me:
Keep going Kerry, with each and every drawing you do, you are improving!

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Max " Hoggie " Martin

by Martin
(U.S.A.)


Hello All:

Meet Hoggie. I hope you like this drawing and I am also posting Hoggies Ole Barn.

I only used a #2 pencil and a blue ink pen.

Please let me know how you like Hoggie.

Thanks for looking

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty,
You've done a great job, Kudos to you! I loved your story too. Can't wait to cast my eyes on your drawing of Hoggie's barn.

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Marty's Drawing Contest

by John Nolen
(N.S.W, Australia)

The Old Lady

The Old Lady

well i heard about marty's drawing contest and thought i would give it a go!

***Note from Kerry:
Gee John, when I looked at it upside down, your princess was so pretty! It's a shame I can't say the same thing about the old lady - no offense to her or you!

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