Making Kids’ Drawings Come Alive

LUKE, age 8 – Ninjago

How much fun would it be to make your kid’s drawings come alive? Imagine an awesome showcase of your child's drawings but in illustrations that are professionally done. That’s what Garrett Miller is all about. "They don't always have the ability to draw exactly what they were imagining. I'm here to help make those drawings come a little bit closer to reality," says Miller about his recreations.

The results are both hilarious and entertaining. Children have wild imaginations!

JLIO, age 9 – "Guerra Entre Planetas"

CARTER, age 11 – Balloon Ship

LOCHLYN, age 7 – Monster

JACQUI, age 7 – Volcano Fight

ZOE, age 7 – Honeymoon

NAOMI, age 7 – Bad Rabbit

TALIA, age 4 – Star Wars

CAROLINA, age 8 – Mermaids

TAMAR, age 10 – Peace to the Earth

Garret Miller is quite the art enthusiast. He has two sites on Tumblr: Windoodles and Imagine Awesome.

Garret Miller’s website

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