Friday, January 23, 2009

Hey!

Go here

Take crayons.

Mannie

6 comments:

Jared Frederick said...

Great stuff Mannie! You showed me some of your work at a Chambersburg Seminar two summers ago.

I've got some coloring pages online for students as well. Check it out if you like! http://www.abrahamlincoln200.org/for-kids/lincoln-coloring-book.aspx

Take care!

Mannie Gentile said...

Thanks Jared,

Nice work, as usual.

Mannie

Jack Dempsey said...

A cow?!

Really, though, I do like! Hearkens back to our childhood when such artwork would help teach and bring it all home. Good work!

Jack

Anonymous said...

you're the best, Mannie. Especially like the autograph and the shapes on artillery. Noel

Kathy said...

Thanks so much. I have 2 preschool kids (2 & 4) and I've been struggling with my desire to do battlefields vs. the inevitable hassles of traveling with kids. I've had moderate success with reenactments (lots to look at + horses), but battlefields seem tougher. I think your coloring book is a great idea--any other rangerly tips for tackling Antietem (or toher battlefields) with the little ones?

Mannie Gentile said...

Kathy,

Two and Four's pretty little, but email me your email address, I may have something for you.

Mannie
museumofamerica@myactv.net