Watching a creative mind go to work is not just Aw and Amazement to watch as they learn, but a great sense of satisfaction that comes from having being part of that learning experience with them. Like imprinting on one’s growing mind, that thought will never be forgotten as long as they live, and will evolve into something beautiful as time goes on. But watching them learn and grow is satisfaction enough.
Here is some amazing art brought to you by Danielle, 6 1/4 years old, (who is the duaghter of very good friends of mine), who has just started to master the Graphics Digital Writing Tablet, and has created a master piece called: Dancing Flower between 2006 and 2007. Very clever how she got the “6” to morph into a “7” eh? She had spent at least an hour on this piece of art, and made me promise to post it here for the whole world to see–and show her friends once back in school. I had purchased the Graphic Tablet about a week ago, and really had not had any time to use it myself. She was board while the adults where off talking, and she had no friends, or any really cool things to do, so, I grabbed the Lap Top, plugged in the Tablet, and a-way-she went. Before you know it, it was time to go home–couldn’t take it away from her if the world was on fire! So this was the deal: I promised to post this animation, and she would come back again to carry on with her Master Piece! Of course, poor old dad will probably be inundated with requests the next time he goes computer shopping…. He he he.