Little Andrew, who was 5, loved dinosaurs and mac'n'cheese. His favorite toy, a huge plush triceratops, was called Toothy Peg. Andrew's demand was categorical: we had to draw him and Toothy Peg at the table, eating mac'n'cheese. He also wanted to wear matching outfits with Toothy Peg. The task was not easy, but thanks to the perseverance and diligence of our artists, we coped with it in the best possible way. Andrew was happy. Toothy Peg, perhaps, too.
Caroline, like any child, loved her parents very much, and also her father's old cap, which she carried with her everywhere. Sometimes children have such a funny strong fixation on certain objects. They never get tired of playing with them, and they also cry when they are away from such a “pet”. This was exactly Caroline's case. And of course, she demanded that we draw her with her father's cap. It also had to be no smaller than Caroline herself. We got out of the situation in a very original way – our artist painted her sitting in a huge daddy's cap. This work was liked by both the girl's parents and herself.
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