Junior J loves to draw, but most days it has been all sorts of strange squiggles and shapes. Some time ago, he started trying to draw real objects, and started drawing jellyfish, snails and later on, lions. And recently, he's graduated to sketching dinosaurs, and sticking them up on the walls with washi tape:
|A is for Apatosaurus|
|Velociraptor, with hooked claws, saying AHA!|
|Ankylosaurus with its club tail and armor, eating a plant.|
|Stegosaurus. This one's my fav!|
|B is for Brachiosaurus.|
Since he's never gone for art classes (save for 2 school holiday sessions), I found it really interesting to see how his drawing skills have developed. I love his dinos, how round and happy looking they look, and how he's managed to capture the essential features of each, from long necks to spikes or plates!
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