People look at my sketching, but all respect me (thank u!). A mom showed my sketch to her crying daughter who had slipped badly. My work made her happy and she stopped crying!!
The boy above tried very hard to walk to his mom. His tip toe walking was very charming. Balancing is tricky. We often slip away and cannot always stay well. Woops!
"That's all right! It happens!" Mom and Dad cheer up kids. Can you hear them? Any parents and care givers call their kids' names and cry out cheers.
The boy below got stranded with a frown face after slipping away. Ah, life is sometimes not easy. Hang in there, dear! You stand up again. Go, go!!
Well, this little girl was very smart. (...or I should say her brother or parents good idea?). She was sitting on a penguin brother pushing. All what she got to do was looking after a little monkey on her back!
But whatever happens, moms are here to hug you and support you!! Probably, a mother's voice and a child's cry is the first and the most fundamental call in our human relationships. Oh, my most favorite scene is a mother's love for children and children's response, vice versa. It's very touchy to sketch little skaters.
Very lovely to see those intimate human interactions and my privilege to sketch them.
Oh, yes, in addition, I'd say special thanks for securities and skating rink staff. They remember me well, "Oh, you were a last year's artist!" Yes! Particularly, I'd say thank you for a security who watches the rink and cares for settings all night long. Then, we can enjoy safety and have a wonderful event daily. The skate rink staff and securities invite me for skating. Nice!! We are having a great fun!
These sketches give me ideas for a bigger size work.
Friends, Happy Painting!!!