Uniquely Artistic Princess Nagger Part Deux

If you’ve been reading me for a while, you’ll know that Princess Nagger loves to draw – and considering she’s only 10 years old, she has some mad talent.  She’s recently been on a drawing spree again, working on her own version of Warrior Cats (since she loves the books so much). 

This one drawing in particular was a bit disturbing to the hubby and I because it’s graphic with blood and all (though it’s wickedly cool in its own right):


That’s a little on the creepy side, so I asked her if there was any reason she was drawing like a crazy person (well, I didn’t specifically ask her like that, but that’s what my head was asking) and she just shrugged her shoulders and said that Whiptail is an evil cat, therefore all others should be afraid…very afraid.  Alrighty then! 

I told her maybe she should draw some rainbows and unicorns for Kristina since I know she’d love them a lot, and she plans to (you’re welcome, Kristina!) but in the meantime, she drew these instead:



This next one is only the beginning – she plans to draw Whiptail drawing a picture of Whiptail drawing a picture of Whiptail drawing a picture… you get the idea.  I’m looking forward to seeing how that one turns out – she said before she finishes it she needs to fix the legs first:


And finally, this one she drew Monday night on a whim – it took me completely by surprise:


Not bad for a 10 year old, right?



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54 thoughts on “Uniquely Artistic Princess Nagger Part Deux

  1. I totally had to chuckle at the “You think you know her main personality?” drawing.
    Your daughter’s got some creative drawing skills.

  2. Does Warrior Cats have any of the blood & gore elements? Fiction literature for kids aren’t all rainbows and unicorns like in our day and it’s really quite sad, but you’re right to re-direct her line of creativity. PN has some serious talent, though. I think she’ll can be a cartoonist or book illustrator, but who knows she prefer to teach art one day and that would be lovely, too. Just having the ability to turn shapes and lines into something you recognize as a person or object is pretty amazing. Way to go, PN!

    • I think they do have blood and gore elements to a degree, Cathy – I think they’re recommended for teens vs. tweens (don’t quote me on that, I’ll have to check the age stats) but Princess Nagger has always been way ahead in her reading levels (reading 8th grade level in 5th grade). She does have some serious talent – I think she’d love to illustrate a book (she’s actually started writing her own book complete with illustrations, so we’ll see!) 🙂

  3. My daughter is an ‘artist’ too..spends a LOT of time drawing etc…and she had a bit of a ‘weird’ phase too around 10. lol. The gore has stopped now! 🙂

  4. Awesome for a 10 year old!!! The 4th pic, reminds me of Egyptian hieroglyphics! My daughter loves to read, she is currently reading the Molly Moon books, I sent a sample of the first Warrior Cat book to her Kindle so she can check it out!

    • Thank you, Mrs. M! 😉 I think the 4th one looks like an Egyptian hieroglyphic, too – I mentioned that to PN and she was concerned that I shared what she called her ‘epic failures’ – 3, 4 and 5. 🙂 I’d love to know what your daughter thinks of the first Warrior Cats books! 🙂

  5. I have a 10 year old that loves the warrior cats too… and she’s also an artist! Love the drawings – tell her she’s done an awesome job!

    • Love that your 10 year old loves the Warrior Cats and draws, too! Bet our two would be an entertainment factor if they ever hung out together! 😉 I’ll pass along your compliments to PN – thank you so much! 🙂

  6. I haven’t heard of Warrior Cats before, but her drawing is very impressive. I love all the artwork and notes you post, they are awesome. I hope your Easter was great!