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    collaboration again
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread
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    haha i haxorred my dad(s account!!!

    yay for color!

    Wolf's first steps in the world of art
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    and an older one from the box.. minimalist hippo ftw!

    Wolf's first steps in the world of art
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread
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    hah hyver better watch out,
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    This is sweet. :-)
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    - JAG
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    haha, this thread is awesome!
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    I'm diggin this thread.
    Keep it up!
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    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    Eheh! Some of `em could actually pass as a professional apstract art x_x!
    You have lot of emotion there
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    Hey Hyver,

    That's nice what you're doing man!
    Makes me smile.
    We've got drawings up on our walls from our little boy as well.
    He's almost 3.5 years old now.
    Makes me think I should keep track of his progress in this way as well...

    Doe zo voort wolfje!
    Zo zie jongen... ( maakt "vuist met duim omhoog" gebaar )
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    drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
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    this put a smile on my face.

    keep it up little man.
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    wolf's at school right now, time for a little update..

    on the whiteboard: hunter
    big face: prince wolf (school work, dunno how much help he had with that one)
    A3 watercolour: collab with his cars (inspired by the movie), made to hang in his bedroom, in order to have good dreams
    (emo alert when he was about finished with the piece, he said "now i'll sign it" and he patiently formed the letters p a p a... i was shocked to see him write on his own (like woah MILESTONE!) and i told him how sweet it was that he knew how to write my name.. then the drama began because he is convinced that that says "wolf" and not "papa"... poor kid.. so sweet though
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    ayyiyah 4 and kicking *** , sorry kid cant spoil you now. let your dad do that. its cool to see innocence pouring out of artwork. we need more kiddy stuff ehre people .
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