1,2 miss’s a few ….


Aww so cute. Was this you Paul when little 😏 great sketch 🙂

I really like this one and yes, I remember doing the same, great memories 😊

A beautiful, natural, drawing of nostalgic days Paul.

We used to shout, after counting to 20, “ coming! Ready or not!”

Lovely sketch Paul bringing back memories of childhood! I remember 1,2 miss a few 99,100 when asked to count to 100.

Such a lovely and nostalgic sketch, Paul! ( Reminds me of playing "Hide and seek" a very long time ago!)

Faye, Denise, Carole, Marjorie, Christine and Anne thank you for your lovely comments.

A lovely innocent painting Paul. Those were the days!

I love the sketch and the story it tells Dixie.

Great memories and a wonderful drawing depicting it

Thank you for your comments Spencer , Mark and Heather they are always appreciated.

Very good Dixie, you’ve captured the natural pose!

Ha ha!! Love this, Paul😁

This is a lovely sketch. The boy is drawn so well.

Lovely sketch Paul.

Love this ! I'll be playing this tomorrow with my grandson

A superb sketch - brings back memories of my younger days!!

This brings back memories, it’s a lovely sketch.

Thank you Bob, David , Denise, Anne , David and Ellen for your kind remarks.

Very good Paul. The happy days before Keyboards ! and Mobile Phones ! Yes, we always said "counting to 20" .

Thanks fir taking the time to look and comment Richard it’s appreciated .

Really good Paul

Real cute. Happy memories ?

Good clean fun and quite innocent times in many ways . Thank you for your comment Sunil .

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Between a4 and a5 in size cartridge paper sketch pad from and old photo , using graphite sticks and a bending stick done in approximately fifteen minutes. Reminded me of shouting out one , two miss a few ready or not coming, used to think it was so funny. I bet a few people can recall doing the same .

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I have sketched most of my life on and off I became interested in watercolour following a spinal injury whilst in hospital but did not follow it up. My eldest daughter bought me a beautiful wooden box set of half pans about twenty five years ago I dabbled on and off until retirement twelve years…

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