Monday, June 1, 2009

MFH in making

Ever since I saw this post at Priyanka's, I have been wanting to introduce Ojas to colors, but somehow it never happened... then the other day while shopping for a gift for a new born I found this product from Crayola and thought of trying it

I just gave the tubs and the sheet to Ojas and waited to see what he will do... and I was in for a surprise because he looked at them for 2 minutes and then figured out that there some colors coming out of it... He figured out on his own how to hold them and how to rub on the paper for the color to come out...

He would color with one then leave it and pick up another... I was also surprised at how he preferred one over another... orange was the winner in the starting but now purple is the clear favorite

These moments make your heart swell with pride and then u forget all about the stubbornness :)

the maestro at work


does it need more work or its done?


Ok I am done and this certainly needs applaud


And this is the masterpiece

10 comments:

  1. Hey you have a Leonardo at home! Great photos.

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  2. Too good. Great job Ojas!! Hugs

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  3. Oju is painting with such concentration, lovely work of art. The next Picasso?
    I like the paints that you got, I will also look for them. I recently bought these for Ash: http://www.crayolastore.com/product_detail.asp?T1=CRA+52%2D9512&SKW=DRAWCRAYONS&menu=&subcat=&hdr=

    But she is more interested in using them like a lollipop, so I've kept them away for now. The liquid paints work better for her.

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  4. Good job..aryan's first one is so similiar

    http://aryantimes.blogspot.com/search/label/Painting

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  5. Great piece of art !!

    Congratulations are in order for budding artist..though he will beat MFH I am sure :-)

    Even I want to buy this for Akshaj ..I had also seen Priyanka's post

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  6. hi,
    just stumbled upon ur blog looking for a 'kala tikka' image :)

    Ojas is a cuttie! True budding artist!

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  7. taali! taali! taali!! :)

    super cool stuff!

    cheers!

    abha

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  8. Wonderful! I can understand that you are proud of your baby! He is so sweet!

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  9. Kids have a mind of their own and its expressed in colours (for them)

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