Thomas Romain, a professional artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan, readapts the drawings done by his two sons into fully realized renditions.
Although he used to stick to graphic design work only, Thomas Romain began to miss the traditional technique of colored pencils and paper. When his two young sons began to create art of their own, he found himself inspired by the interesting shapes and colors that they used to bring their imaginations to life.
By using these drawings as a base, Thomas Romain transforms them into highly detailed versions of themselves. He explained this by saying, "I wanted to redraw them with my own professional skills to make them proud of their own creativity, and simply to have fun."
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