~Howard Ikemoto

When my daughter was about seven years old, she asked me one day what I did at work. I told her I worked at the college - that my job was to teach people how to draw. She stared at me, incredulous, and said, "You mean they forget?"



16 comments:

earthaccount said...

Wow! Stunning!

H. Nizam said...

Dear friend,
Nice photos.
I am sure that your daughter is cute.

PS: how abaout following each other on Google?

Sajiddeem said...

Thanks H. Nizam.Have a nice day!

Ciss B said...

Great work! Thanks for the add too!

Hyper-Minor said...

great work..

Lauren said...

Very cool shot.

nothing profound said...

Haha! I wish I knew enough about drawing to be able to forget something. Excellent work!

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Dorothy said...

Out of the mouths of our children don't you just love it.

Happy holidays.

Dorothy from grammology
grammology.com

Quiet Waters Rise said...

Your artwork is amazing. I browsed through some of your work, and must say that these are things that I would love know how how to do. Too bad I'm not in your college for you to teach me how to remember.

That is such an adorable response!

I am curious to know, is it within Photoshop that you are able to create such beautiful art?

санжог said...

Excellent work man...that drawing of yours is so intricate, the light and the worn out effect giving that rough metal look....it shows how dedicated you are...not to mention your ability to bring imagination to life is really really great...

Sam said...

oh wow!!! my eyes couldn't believe that it's only a drawing! At first glance i thought it was real and a picture. Your indeed a brilliant teacher. enjoy the rest of the week :)

Sam said...

How are you? I always enjoyed visiting your blog. Have a great weekend ahead.

Dorothy said...

Just checking in.

Dorothy from grammology
grammology.com

June_Butterfly said...

HAHA!!!Your daughter is absolutely cute!Wish you can teach me how to draw!!Truly Beautiful Works!

Melody said...

I love the way that children think. I believe the reason I can't draw was not that I wasn't taught, but that my efforts weren't appreciated. I was given to understand, ever so subtly, that I was not the stuff of which artists are made. Maybe I shouldn't have believed them.

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