like daughter, like father

So, I’ve got this great freelance job designing some minor characters for an animated tv show that I can’t tell you about. Anyway, I’ve been having a lot of fun drawing these characters, not only because drawing this way is my favorite way to doodle, but also because as I’ve been sitting down at the dining room table, my 4 year old daughter has been sitting and drawing right along with me, drawing the same things I’m drawing. Sharpies in hand, we scribble away, comparing our characters, giving suggestions, etc. You know, it doesn’t get any better than that.

 I thought it would be fun to show you a couple of our drawings together.  I’m not gonna say whose is whose.

 

 

 

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That’s got to be one of the most ridiculously cool posts I’ve seen in a long time. Your daughter’s drawings are really expressive and quite impressive for a four year old. I don’t think I learned to draw until much later in life. I’m not sure if I could’ve done a convincing stick figure at 4.

Once again, I just have to say that these are really cool. I can’t wait to doodle with my own daughter someday.

This absolutely rocks.
And may I say, that your daughter is quite the artist!
Drawing with your kids is one of the greatest pleasures in life.
Happy to hear that you are having so much fun with it.

Jeremy

from looking at your daughter’s drawings, bryan, i think it’s safe to say you have some catching up to do. 😉

Chris: Thanks man! Let me tell you, you’ve got a lot to look forward to! And dude, I was checking out your blog the other day, and I guess I never realized you did cartoons. That’s awesome. keep at it, very cool.

Jeremy: You are right sir. Drawing with the kiddies rocks.

Mike: I agree. If I could only capture half the charm she has in her drawings…

This is awesome!

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