Anime artist dad makes more trending works inspired by sons’ drawings
Earlier this year, the collaborative works of an artist father and his two sons made waves on Twitter. The collection of artwork has expanded since then and the quality has gone improved as well.
Anime artist Thomas Romain has continued to add entries to the Father and Sons Design Workshop series. His two sons (aged 10 and 8) also remain enthusiastic and have even learned to include more detail into their drawings, reports RockerNews24.
The added detail from the kids’ drawings make these works of art even more impressive, having been inspired by “Space Dandy” and “Symphogear”, shows that Romain has worked on.
With the art series gaining more fame, Romain has begun posting about his production process and his use of traditional tools. In his posts, he breaks down the process of sketching, inking and coloring with the more recently uploaded works. For his tools, he uses paper sketchbooks, watercolor and 100-yen markers.
Having two budding artists under his wing, he opts to alternate posts of the boys’ drawings. This also helps to appease the children as far as shared attention from their father is concerned.
Romain never fails to give credit to the creative output of his two sons. He says that the kids play a key role in the creative process, thanks to their ideas.
With the kids being very enthusiastic about their drawings, this collaborative series with their father may very well serve as the perfect training ground for their development as artists. Alfred Bayle/JB