Kit’s corner

It’s not my intention to turn this journal into a “kids art” blog, but I would be remiss if I didn’t include some drawings by my daughter Kit (4).  Kit does not have her older brother Sam’s single-minded, monomaniacal drive regarding superheroes, but she does have a healthy interest in them, leavened by interests in other things, like, say, Maisy, Speed Racer, Tom and Jerry, Polly Pocket and so forth.

Above are two of her drawings, of Wonder Woman (with her tiara) and Cinderella (with her beehive and bow).  The thick black line sticking out of WW’s head is her hair — Kit doesn’t quite get the whole gravity thing yet.  And Cinderella’s hands are not on fire; those are her fingers.
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7 Responses to “Kit’s corner”
  1. eronanke says:

    She doesn’t want to draw their pretty dresses yet?

  2. greyaenigma says:

    I like the digitization best.

  3. popebuck1 says:

    Wonder Woman with a Mohawk! Looks surprisingly good, too! I wonder if she’s ever had such an outre hairstyle in the official continuity…

  4. I think it might be a natural thing for kids to draw people with their hair sticking straight up. I’ve seen this a lot.

    *LOL* I wonder why…

  5. r_sikoryak says:


    Look at how different the 2 faces are–at 4, Kit is already drawing women characters with more individuality than most adult male cartoonists.