In our mobile home's long hallway hang the bulletin boards that I used both for lesson displays when I was home schooling, as well as a personal board for each child (well, except Levi, but he'll get his own soon, I'm sure) to display their artwork and other things they are proud of. (If you ever see how full my fridge is, you'll know why I decided that bulletin boards were the way to go, here.)
Lately, Jude has been doing a lot of "Angry Birds" art--I find this interesting, since he is not nearly as infatuated with the actual game as his two next-younger brothers. But he does like to draw.
I believe most of these were drawn free-hand while either looking at a colouring book page, a T-shirt, or a still from some version of the game.
When I was twelve, I spent hours with the VCR paused so I could free-hand draw about four to six scenes from Walt Disney's "The Little Mermaid". It taught me a lot about proportion, colour, and more. So I think it's great that Jude is copying these images. I can't wait to see what he will come up with next.