The 'Things I Have Drawn' series transforms a 6 year-old's artwork into lifelike, albeit anatomically incorrect, illustrations.
The child artist, Dom, draws anything from animals and cars to people. His dad then recreates Dom's exact drawings on photoshop to create lifelike versions of each creation. The creations are usually out-of-proportion and strangely shaped, but almost always have smiles. The cat has no neck, stick legs and a smile, whereas the bunny is a bit reminiscent of the killer bunny from 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' with its white fur and red eyes.
The 'Things I Have Drawn' series hilariously illustrates children's portrayal of animals and objects, and shows that the creations are both amusing and a little bit terrifying.
Photo Credits: designboom, boredpanda
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