2015/12/17

What do you want to be when you grow up?

My 6-year-old son brought his drawings which he drew in the drawing and crafts class yesterday.

I know I am a doting mother, but continuing from yesterday, I think his drawings are amazing!

In particular, I am  impressed with these two pictures.

In the first picture he drew the Tamaire. Tamaire is one of the sports day events, the children are divided in two groups called the red team and the white team, and they compete to see how many cloth balls they can throw into the basket.
He was in the white team when he played Tamaire last September.

I can see he is throwing the ball seriously.

He drew the red team behind him.

I was surprised that he knew the laws of perspective.



This is an photo of the Tamaire.



The other is this.

He drew a road sweeper.


I am surprised that his way of drawing is similar to my husband's.

My husband is also good at drawing.


My son told me yesterday:

"I want to be a painter.

Recently I am often told by other students that I will be a painter or a cartoonist in the future when they see my drawing."

When I heard his words, I felt it would be his destiny.

My husband also wanted to be a painter and wanted to go to the art university when he was a student.

But his parents disagreed with his hopes because it was costly and they thought it would not be a reliable source of income.

They recommended he should get a job as a company employee for a secure life.

He had to give up his dream.

But now his son has a dream which he used to have.

If my son tells him he wants to go to the art university in the future, I am interested in whether he will agree or disagree.



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  1. Hello Kumi-san,

    Another interesting article, I am not much of an artist, I do the occasional piece of computer graphics design. The internet and computers make a career in art much more accessible than it used to be.

    Here is the list of small issues found in the article:

    This line:
    The one is this, he drew the Tamaire : it is one of the sports day's events, the children are divided in two groups called the red team and the white team, and compete how many cloth balls they can throw into the basket.

    Should be:
    In the first picture he drew the Tamaire. Tamaire is one of the sports day events, the children are divided in two groups called the red team and the white team, and they compete to see how many cloth balls they can throw into the basket.

    This line:
    This is an image photo of Tamaire.

    Should be:
    This is an photo of the Tamaire.

    This line:
    When I heard his word, I felt it would be his destiny.

    Should be:
    When I heard his words, I felt it would be his destiny.

    This line:
    But his parents disagree with his hope because it was costly though it would not be guaranteed the income.

    Should be:
    But his parents disagreed with his hopes because it was costly and they thought it would not be a reliable source of income.

    This line:
    They recommended to get a job as a company employee for a secure life.

    Should be:
    They recommended he should get a job as a company employee for a secure life.

    This line:
    But now his son have a dream which he used to have once.

    Should be:
    But now his son has a dream which he used to have.

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    1. Thank you Terry.
      I corrected them.
      You do the computer graphics design!
      I have never done it.
      As you said,I also think there are such kinds of jobs now not only drawing pictures by own hands.

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