More kid sketches.

There’s no better place to sketch kids than the Children’s Discovery Museum, San Jose.
My favorite exhibits are the simple ones: the floating ball machine that fascinates little kids and the pinscreen full of soft-edged pins you can make handprints or even bodyprints into. The kids really enjoyed the contraption that lets you control traffic lights the old-fashioned way.
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The waterplay area at the museum is a big, complex set of tubes and pipes with steaming fountains, jets of water that push up balls, whirling discs and lots of colorful balls. Kid love it.
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The Art Loft area is where kids sit ( relatively) still while they make little art projects. A great spot to sketch some kids while my daughter makes a little collage using scraps of paper, cloth and feathers.
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More sketches from my day at the museum on my flickr site.



 

 

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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6 Responses to More kid sketches.

  1. Grace Haverty says:

    I just love your work, so much fun. What size sketch pad were you using on the two antique cars at the start of the slide show. It almost looks like a hot press paper. thanks, Grace Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2013 21:00:23 +0000 To: gracehaverty@hotmail.com

  2. Reblogged this on Traces of the Soul and commented:
    WoW!! can’t find a better word but WoW!

  3. Love the third one the most, the little vignettes capturing facial expressions are wonderful.

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