Drawing is the art or technique of producing images on a surface, usually paper, by means of marks, usually of ink, graphite, chalk, charcoal, or crayon rather than paint. A Twitter users named @EvansTed101 has taken his Twitter handle to recently share the drawings of a little child and what his father did to those drawings. This child drew some animals such as fish, giraffe, bird, just to mention few.
His father who is a Photoshop artist decided to make photoshop of what his child drew. Although, these drawings aren't perfect because it was done by a little child, but in other way round, it looks nice and beautiful.
Take a look at these drawings and the Photoshop below.
These pictures has gotten the attention of many Twitter users thereby making them to react via likes and comments. Below are screenshots of some reactions.
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