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Amazing Kid Artists

Once every 500 years or so, a really special artist is born. Someone like Leonardo De Vinci or Michelangelo comes along and changes the way we do art, whether its painting, drawing or sculpting. Back to Article

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happyjoy91
happyjoy91 wrote:
2012-01-23 17:44:57 -0800

All I can say is WOOOOOWWWW!!!!! THATS SO AMAZING

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Rabbitgirl16
Rabbitgirl16 wrote:
2012-01-15 10:05:56 -0800

On the video stop it at 10:17 I think it is her best one. smile

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basketballlover714
basketballlover714 wrote:
2012-01-15 08:11:51 -0800

Aleita Andre is amizing. Big Grin

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kailee12
kailee12 wrote:
2012-01-14 18:06:11 -0800

they r so good at painting for there age

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runaway faith
runaway faith wrote:
2012-01-13 18:59:36 -0800

i love panting and drawing

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midnalover28
midnalover28 wrote:
2012-01-11 08:53:27 -0800

I'm 1 of those artists. I'm a painter, cartoon creator, background maker, and sketcher. I'm only 9!

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gollopp0
gollopp0 wrote:
2012-01-08 08:12:22 -0800

that so cool i wanna try it Cool

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Phionah
Phionah wrote:
2012-01-02 17:12:36 -0800

her painting is lovely but i would not by it for thousands of dollarss

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1-4-3-peace_1939265
1-4-3-peace_1939265 wrote:
2011-12-29 12:11:05 -0800

me 2 love it smile

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Shuffling3000
Shuffling3000 wrote:
2011-12-28 21:43:11 -0800

wow thats sooo cool!

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mlindberg34
mlindberg34 wrote:
2011-12-06 22:11:39 -0800

that little girls art work is so amazing! Love

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lmainville100
lmainville100 wrote:
2011-12-02 10:45:37 -0800

I absolutley LOVE drawing.

peace

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Drippin ink heart
Drippin ink heart wrote:
2011-11-23 12:46:26 -0800

I'm 12 and I draw, I think art is never better then when you learn from people that don't teach you. Art isn't what you learn, it's what comes out when the pencil touches the paper. I've never taken art classes yet I've never lived one year where I'm not the class artist. Talanted? everyone is weather they know it or not because God doesn't have favorites

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Baby260
Baby260 wrote:
2011-11-15 09:50:09 -0800

i luv drawing.

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jimyla
jimyla wrote:
2011-11-09 14:21:44 -0800

i like her eyes coloer

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jimyla
jimyla wrote:
2011-11-09 14:18:02 -0800

i know....................................

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xIm_The_Shy_Emo_In_The_Cornerx
xIm_The_Shy_Emo_In_The_Cornerx wrote:
2011-11-07 13:25:05 -0800

I am a milimium (srry iff I spelled that wrong) child because I can draw WAAAAAAAAAAY better than anyone on my STREET. One time in second grade, I got invited to one of those specal art schools for special drawers between 7-12.

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sylazygal7
sylazygal7 wrote:
2011-11-05 10:48:19 -0700

love the little girl! Love

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lambchop
lambchop wrote:
2011-11-03 06:48:45 -0700

Aelita Andre's painting seems intresting. I like how she has the paint on her face, it's cute. :P

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sweet bubble gum
sweet bubble gum wrote:
2011-10-26 14:41:21 -0700

ooooowwwwwwwwww so awsome lov th music

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