By in Family

Rory's dinosaur

HE'S TURNING OUT to be a budding artist! Rory, our grandson (3½), loves drawing and painting. When we visit he often drags his grandad into the playroom and gets out his colouring books and pens.

He isn't allowed paints yet except under close supervision (his mum still remembers what happened when his older sister was allowed paints at an early age - suffice to say the playroom carpet still bears the marks!) but he is allowed free access to any amount of paper and (washable) marker pens and he makes the most of this when grandad is there.

His latest effort, the dinosaur pictured here, he cut out (with a little help) from a sheet of felt which he then proceeded to 'colour in' with a biro. The observant amongst you will notice that this dinosaur has only three legs.

I wasn't around during the time of the dinosaurs but I'm fairly certain that there were no such critters as three-legged dinosaurs. OK, Rory is only three-and-a-bit so we shouldn't expect anatomical accuracy from him.

The thing is, actually, as a matter of fact, to tell the truth, Rory didn't draw the outline of the dinosaur. His gran did that!

'Nuff said, I think! emoticon :winking:


Image Credit » Kasman

You will need an account to comment - feel free to register or login.

Comments

MegL wrote on September 7, 2017, 5:19 PM

Bet he enjoyed colouring in his dinosaur. And I bet gran would say that the two back legs are just side by side! LOL

Kasman wrote on September 7, 2017, 5:36 PM

I think she sees the world in a 'unique' way. She once drew a budgie with ears!

VinceSummers wrote on September 7, 2017, 7:15 PM

With a rear leg like that one, who needs a fourth leg? Hm. Chicken legs should be so fat...

MegL wrote on September 8, 2017, 2:26 AM

Lol, maybe she confused it with the horned owl!

MegL wrote on September 8, 2017, 2:27 AM

Now, THAT'S an idea. Of course, then it might be a turkey!

lookatdesktop wrote on September 8, 2017, 6:24 AM

I like reading this. You know that of course we were not around when the Triceratops walked the planet. Perhaps there actually were a few 3 legged dinos walking around. I would have to name such a creature, Tripod Rex.