Daniel's Submarine

Posted by spots (Singapore, Singapore) on 1 November 2008 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

So we borrowed a book on submarines at the library on Wednesday. It's a pretty good book to read to 3 year olds since the pictures are big and the sentences are simple. The book described the submarine as having a sail, 2 wings and a propeller. I was delighted when Daniel proceeded to draw a submarine, or at least, his version of one, after dinner. He remembered the sail (though it looks like a sailboat's sail), the wings (not a bad rendition, considering the book did not have a picture of the wings. So his wings are purely from his imagination) and a propeller (the camera cut off the propeller!)

Daddy was also duly impressed. ^__^

When asked why he drew so many windows, Daniel said, "So that ALL the people can sit in the submarine and go underwater." Clearly, in Daniel's mind, the submarine is like a roomy airplane that goes underwater!

Fujifilm FinePix F40fd
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ISO 400
8 mm

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