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Father Uses Photoshop To “Bring To Life” His Two Children’s Stylized Drawings: The Results Are Hilarious.

Have you ever thought about the fact that the drawings of your young children could become real masterpieces of abstract and grotesque art? If we intensely admire their stylized and simple features, we realize that the way our little ones see things in the world is not exactly the same as that of adults. A father decided to bring his two children’s funny drawings to life using Photoshop; the result is a mixture of the absurd, the disturbing and the hilarious!

#1. This is how my kids see a hummingbird …

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#2. No, it is definitely NOT a traditional horse …

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#3. The look of this pic is really scary …

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#4. There is something wrong with the body shape of this sweet duck …

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#5. And what do you think of the badger that my two sons “imagined”?

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#6. Pray never to meet such a chick in your path! 🙂

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#7. According to the imagination of my children, even dogs can climb tree branches!

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#8. A tank that is … impressive!

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#9. He was supposed to be a cute little pig at first …

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#10. An extravagant cow!

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#11. Looks like this little dog just came out of a horror movie!

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#12. Well, maybe a scorpion like that would be even less scary, especially for my kids!

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#13. What a curious chimpanzee!

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#14. Do you think this drawing represented an owl or an owl?

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#15. Well, my children’s drawing could only represent the face of a camel, right?

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#16. Two marmots with magnetic eyes!

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#17. Here is a hell of a snow yeti!

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#18. Yes it is a fox

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#19. Small challenge: in your opinion, what is this animal?

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You too can now pick up pencil and paper, or use your Photoshop program to bring your little boy’s stylized designs to life, what do you say?

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https://www.thingsihavedrawn.com/

https://www.instagram.com/thingsihavedrawn/

https://twitter.com/iamtomcurtis

https://twitter.com/ThingsIveDrawn

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