9 thoughts on “by Rita, age 3

  1. writingbolt

    It has a certain Peanuts/Charlie Brown feel to it. A primordial character who moves to the sounds of the adults in the cartoons like an amoeba. Or, it could be a teenage Linus going through puberty. You know how teenagers go through changes. And, I see a bit of a mustache. A drawing of “Daddy” I presume. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Menina Inclinada Post author

      Hi writingbolt, I also remembered Charlie Brown. The drawing have 20 years old so there may have been some inspiration. And you’re right, this drawing is the father of the artist ๐Ÿ™‚

          1. writingbolt

            Ah I see. Well, that is very unique. A first for me to see. I am not sure of the results…as I would think, though the kid draws something that “poorly” he/she doesn’t/wouldn’t expect the “model” to look like their drawing. But, that is definitely different what you’ve done.

          2. Menina Inclinada Post author

            Until today the kids have recognized their drawings/softies. Often they are confused how their drawings has become three-dimensional. It’s very fun to see their reactions ๐Ÿ™‚

          3. writingbolt

            I bet it’s an eyeopener. When I was a kid, I dreamed of getting toys and then drew pictures of them as best I could. I used to use comic books and video game manuals for models. I had to make a transformer out of wood…which did not work well. And, though I wanted a Knight Rider car, all I had was a brown Corsair which I called Kitt. Had someone turned my drawings into toys like this…I might expect things to fall in my lap. Just a thought.

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