27.10.16 by Staff

Dad Brings His Six-Year-Old Son’s Drawings To Life

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The Instagram account “Things I have drawn” features the drawings of a six-year-old boy named Dom and the real-life counterparts, digitally crafted by his Photoshop wizard dad. See more hilarious images below!

 

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Things I have drawn on Instagram

Via Sad and Useless

 













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  • So rad!

    • the ears on the elephant make me happy

  • Michael Booker

    I would totally drive that car.

  • Ow! That’s really cool! The laughing fish getting my attention. LOL

    • hahaha i love his face

  • Peter Leeson

    What an interesting way to demonstrate to your child how bad his drawings really are. I guess the point was to discourage the child?

  • hahahaha , Nice work, good idea !

  • this is one of the best things ive ever seen though,





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