Have you ever wondered what the world would look like if children's drawings were real? This father from the United Kingdom has taken up the initiative to reshape his sons' drawings to show how they would look like in real forms. Tom Curtis, the father of 8-year-old Dom and 6-year-old Al, transforms their childish doodles into photorealistic scenes, and the results are hilarious and disturbing at the same time.
Curtis, who is also the writer of a book, 'Things I Have Drawn At The Zoo', shares the transformed doodle on its official Instagram page, 'Things I have drawn' and the jaw-dropping results have grabbed several eyeballs on the internet. The before and after images shared by Curtis are highly appreciated by the netizens. The page has become a global sensation with over 130 thousand followers.
Following Dom and Al's trip to the zoo, the kids have drawn pictures of several animals including pandas, giraffes, elephants, snakes, monkeys, tigers, etc. Adding a creepy twist to the drawings, father Curtis has portrayed the animals exactly the way they were sketched and the results were spectacularly funny and slightly disturbing.
Al and Dom have also drawn pictures of several famous personalities including Queen Elizabeth II, Michael Jackson, and US President Donald Trump. They have also drawn several fictional characters like Captain Jack Sparrow of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' film series and recreated the famous 'Mona Lisa' painting.
Other than these, the gadget-loving brothers also draw cars, ships, and spacecraft. Here's how they look after transformation:
Click here to check out more of Al and Dom's creations recreated by their father.
Creepy art seems to be a growing trend as this is not the first time spooky looking art has gone viral on the Internet. A 3D artist who represented some of the popular cartoon characters in a horrifying way has also gained immense popularity on social media. He has re-created famous animated characters of the late 90's and early 2000's including 'The Simpsons', 'SpongeBob SquarePants', 'Courage the Cowardly Dog', 'The Wild Thornberrys', 'Phineas and Ferb', and 'Ed, Edd n Eddy'.