Kid’s art

The other day I drew a bunch of pictures and doodles with my son and daughter.

I kept their wild drawings and threw mine out.

Their coloring and random lines, dots, scribbles, and crinkles on colored pieces of construction paper were cool looking. Endearment?  Possibly.

It was a fantastic depiction of randomness and creativity.

My own sketch of some ocean waves (that I’ve been doodling on notebook paper forever) looked simple, unrefined, and lacking.

I really enjoy artist’s work, Jonas Draws.  My son and daughter have his book Surfing Animals. It’s a really fun read for a surfer dad!

I sure can’t draw like Jonas, but I’ll keep trying, or perhaps one of them will become artists.

This article here, “What Happens to Creativity as We Age?” is worth a read and probably explains why I have trouble drawing/doodling new pictures.

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