MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3 - FACE NO 3
|"BART THE BALD" - BY JEZ|
Coloured Pencil in Sketchbook
Background and frame added on Photoshop
'BART THE BALD"
Bart has a head that's very bald,
Like an ostrich egg in size.
He wishes he had a smaller dome
Like all the other guys.
But Bart has one advantage
Which he's proved time and again,
There's plenty of room in his egg-shaped head
For a genius-sized, massive brain.
So although he has a baldy head
That's quite an enormous size,
He's not as daft as he might look
- For he's won a Nobel Prize!
Linking with 29 FACES FEBRUARY 2014
Another post to make me smile , love Bert :)ReplyDelete
I'm sure that he is very intelligent man. Olso Hercule Poirot had a big, bald head. Have a wonderful week, Jezz!ReplyDelete
I love your faces - they make me smile! Great verse too!ReplyDelete
Haha, I always LOVE your little poems! You could write a book using these drawings and poems...ReplyDelete
Love Bart the Bold and the fab poem to go with it Jez. Annette xReplyDelete
He is super gorgeous, Jez. love his expression!ReplyDelete
What a sweet man, Jez. Baldness becomes him!! Love the poetry as well...very creative posting. :)ReplyDelete
Brilliant Jez...both the drawing and the poem.ReplyDelete
It gave me such a giggle ;D
I'm really interested in how you get on with this challenge...it's looking good so far.
Good Luck for the remainder.
Ha! Great poem and face! Love his character!ReplyDelete
I like the poem too. He looks great. A little perturbed about something, but none the less he rocks.ReplyDelete
Jez...you are so creative. It's been awhile since I've been over to your page (we did the Messy Book club together) so it is good to see your work again! I absolutely love your face and the verse to wrote to accompany him. :)ReplyDelete
Bart the bald is fab and I love these clever poems you make up to go with your art workReplyDelete
Jez, your Bart the Bald is fantastic and I love the poem about him. It just goes to show you that you can't judge a book by its cover, as my mama used to say. Love the colors you've added to the sketch.ReplyDelete
Jez, I always enjoy art that has a story. What a great poem, it made me giggle! Your Nobel Prize winner looks like quite a character! Good going! Thanks for sharing and making me smile! ReneeReplyDelete