Absolutely, beautifully marvellous, Steve!(Hey, do you mean to say you've got the new Seasick Steve album ALREADY? =)
Hi Pippa! I had to rush out and get it, been listening to him for years, glad to hear he is an overnight success, in a few more years I might be an overnight success, who knows? Just listening to it while I posted this on my blog, the best music ever! :-)
Hey Steve, I'm rooting for you all the way for the overnight success thing. In fact, I think no success truly happens overnight - it requires hard work and passion! And you've got that in spades!Still haven't found Seasick Steve this side of the equator :( so I have to be content with what I can glean off the internet.("never whisper...")
Perfection! Makes me want to search for pictures of our 1966 beige bug with the big flower on the back.
Brilliant, love your works
Your love of the old 'Beetle' shows Stephen. This is great!
Wow, this is absolutely gorgeous! I would love to see what kinds of pens, brushes etc you use.
Excellent drawing! I enjoyed viewing your work.
I drove a red VW bug for several years. Have a large soft spot for them. You drawing is outstanding.
Fantastic drawing, alot of energy leaping off that page!
Super bug! It looks so like a photo but better.
....yes!....Ms. Toyne likes it VERY VERY much!!
nice work steve. sort of reminds me of wagonized work. i remember a friend that had one of these. we'd drive around town together. always started, easy on gas. those were the days....dave
If this was a 73, light blue one, it might have been my first car!
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