Almost misunderstood, but thankfully not quite

Some of Thomas’ pictures are easy to understand.  Others call for a little clarification from the artist.

Take the following, for instance.  This one is easy to see:

A passenger train

A passenger train

This one, on the other hand, was not so clear-cut:

A green lego block

A green lego block

Then there’s this one.  I will admit that the way Thomas depicts eyes and mouths from the side view is a little unusual, but the idea is pretty clear:

"Don't worry, Mom, the dinosaur won't eat them.  It's just a skeleton."

“Don’t worry, Mom, the dinosaur won’t eat them. It’s just a skeleton.”

And finally this one:

On the left is a rocket ship. On the right, the smiling astronaut descends to the moon (the man on the moon is also smiling) to collect a rock.

On the left is a rocket ship. On the right, the smiling astronaut descends to the moon (the man on the moon is also smiling) to collect a rock.

Neither Anthony nor John has shown much predilection for drawing yet.  Anthony mostly likes to scribble on books and other people’s papers. John mostly likes to eat crayons and tear up books and other people’s papers.

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