Home / Trends In Parenting & Family / 10 Father & Son Comic Strips

10 Father & Son Comic Strips

scrabblescribble1-10-tn

It all started when I discovered some pencil graffiti on the side of the house. My little boy was so afraid he’d get in trouble, he may have said that a squirrel drew it or something, he was 4 after all.

So it was a surprise for him, when I said they were amazing and only then added he shouldn’t draw on “not paper.” I loved the cute lil’ potato people and we started creating comic strips together out of them. Here are the first 10.
 

Clouds

Scrabble-Scribble-1-Clouds
 

Fixed

Scrabble-Scribble-2-Fixed
 

Internet Pictures

Scrabble-Scribble-3-InternetPictures
 

Gender Bear

Scrabble-Scribble-4-TeddyBear
 

Bacon

Scrabble-Scribble-5-Bacon
 

Bandaid

Scrabble-Scribble-6-Bandaid
 

Photo

Scrabble-Scribble-7-KidPhoto
 

Kid Day

Scrabble-Scribble-8-KidsDay
 

Juicebag

Scrabble-Scribble-9-juicebag
 

Scareded

Scrabble-Scribble-10-Scareded
 

These don’t really show the progress of his drawing skill through the years accurately. Honestly, I loved the potato characters so much, I sort of encouraged them a bit. So cute!

He has moved onto and beyond stick figures, he’s gone through a blocky Minecraft-influenced phase, and now his scribblings are abstract enough that their style is pretty hard to describe.

We draw together all the time. Maybe I should get back into making some more of these comics with him.
 

Click Here For Original Source Of The Article

Ads by WOW Trk

Check Also

Americans Need A Major Refresher Course On The Horrors Of The Holocaust

Americans Need A Major Refresher Course On The Horrors Of The Holocaust

We must educate ourselves, our communities, and in age-appropriate ways, our children, about the history of the Holocaust.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

css.php