City, by Waif

Just like their mama, the boys go through phases of doing lots of artwork, followed by phases of concentrating on other endeavours. Waif (8) has been going through a phase of lots of sports, and lots of word games, but not very much art. Today, however, he drew this cityscape and it makes my heart sing. I love it!


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6 thoughts on “City, by Waif

  1. Andria says:

    I’m a fan of cityscapes, and Waif’s picture is awesome!

  2. razorcandy says:

    this is gorgeous, must have taken him ages to do all those little windows. absolutely love it!

  3. Waif, Great job! Your prospective is wonderful. This must have taking some time with all those windows.

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