Jackfrost65

Jackfrost65

Art, film and celebrity encounters.


Kitten Natividad - A Strong Woman

3 Jul 2019 1 minute read 6 comments Jackfrost65

While she is mostly known for her impressive bustline, Francesca "Kitten" Natividad should truly be credited for her acting ability, her strength in overcoming adversity and her toughness as a survivor. In an age well before the era of the MeToo move...

Interesting Faces

1 Jul 2019 1 minute read 1 comment Jackfrost65

As an illustrator that deals primarily in faces, I find myself always looking for subjects that are interesting to draw. Sometimes, the subjects are attractive (Traci Lords, Sean Young, Brad Pitt), but most often, I would consider them interesting. F...

Meeting Traci Lords

28 Jun 2019 1 minute read 4 comments Jackfrost65

I don't often get starstruck when meeting celebrities, after all, they're just people like you and me. But every once in a while, I meet someone who has such a presence, or a reputation, that it can be a little intimidating. Traci Lords is arguably o...

Convention Sketches

28 Jun 2019 1 minute read 3 comments Jackfrost65

I attend a lot of conventions, most of the time as a member of the paying public, but sometimes I get invited to be a guest or take up a vendor table to display my art. At these cons, I get a lot of requests for convention sketches, which I'm only to...

Meeting Adrienne Barbeau

27 Jun 2019 1 minute read 2 comments Jackfrost65

For any male of a certain age (old guys, like me), Adrienne Barbeau was a dream come true every week on TV. She was an extremely talented actress, singer and dancer, and to borrow a phrase, not too tough to look at. I remember watching episodes of Ma...

Slight Failure and Tremendous Success at Comic Con

27 Jun 2019 2 minute read 2 comments Jackfrost65

For more than 30 years, I've been involved in some aspect of independent film, or related media. In that time, I've crossed paths with many celebrities, and most are genuinely nice people, and the encounters are beneficial on both sides. When I began...