Saturday, March 26, 2011

Toy Elephant

I like to draw cubic animals, and my dad helped me turn one of my characters into a sculpture. It is made out of wood. Dad did the sculpture and cut the wood (saws are dangerous!), and I picked the colors and did all the painting. It takes a lot of paint to make things smooth.

- Cereal Kiddo

20 comments:

  1. Woa, this is real awesome! Beautiful colors that you picked. You're a very talented artist :)
    Great father-daughter collaboration!

    My dad used to make wooden toys for me and my sister and I helped him painting stuff :)

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  2. This is really great! Great design and great colors! Saws are not dangerous, your dad lets you believe it so he can have fun cutting the wood for your animals ;)

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  3. Fantastic! This is an elephant I will never forget!

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  4. Wow... he looks great! I'll be excited to see more cubic creations.

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  5. Emma baby it's fabulous! I love the colors and all. You did a great job!!!
    You got it honest girly. Just like your Daddy! Excellent work talented girl.
    Big hugs From Auntie Nester.

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  6. Emma, you picked my favorite color combination (blue and purple) for your “toy”. I love this! Great job! You and your dad make a great team! God bless you Emma :o)

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  7. Great job Emma! I love his smile.

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  8. Beautifully made. I like the painting details as nails on legs. Creative daughter of creative dad.

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  9. Really wonderful....I love your creativity and that it is a daddy-daughter project! :) Go Eric and Emma! :)

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  10. oh Emma, look at how very clever you are and talented too! So wonderful and you used my fave colour too :D

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  11. Wow! so beautiful! I love the colours!!! Greetings from Spain!!

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  12. I love it Emma!!!! You are a VERY talented person. I am so lucky to have you as my BFFEELLR.

    Your friend,
    BFFEELLR

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  13. A chip off the old elephant. Lucky kiddo.

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