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Artists Transform Kids' Drawings To Bring Their Dreams To Life

Kasia M 18 Oct 2019

Remember when people asked you, "What do you want to do when you grow up?" Are you doing that job today? Is it as exciting as you thought it would be?

Quid Corner asked kids around the world to draw pictures of their dream jobs, then had artists turn them into realistic renderings to see how they would measure up to children's imagination and it's so interesting to see.

Paleontologist - Child Drawing

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Martin from Spain who's six chose the dream job of a paleontologist. He explained that he would work in the dessert digging out bones.

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Paleontologist - Artist Rendering

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Martin told researchers that if he found bones he would get a helicopter to airlift them to safety. In this picture, he found "Duckosaur" bones.

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Astronomer - Child Drawing

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Viola from Ukraine who's ten wants to be an astronomer because she thinks space is beautiful. She wants to keep an eye out for other species.

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Astronomer - Artist Rendering

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Viola loves to look at the night's sky through a big telescope and is very fascinated by all the mysteries the vast space holds.

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Unicorn Rescuer - Child Drawing

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Four-year-old Brigid from the U.S. picked the coolest job on earth — a unicorn rescuer — because she wants to rescue unicorns from bad wizards.

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Unicorn Rescuer - Artist Rendering

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Technically, this job doesn't actually exist but nonetheless, it was fun to see it brought to life here. Every unicorn needs a safe place.

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Graphic Designer/Modeller (Sculptor) - Child Drawing

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Ilias from Greece who's eight wants to work in an office space with a garden so he can tend to plants on his breaks.

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Graphic Designer/Modeller (Sculptor) - Artist Rendering

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In addition to working on digital design, Ilias also wants to use Play-Doh and clay to create models of various figurines and miniatures.

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Artist, Astronaut, Baker - Child Drawing

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Seven-year-old Ethan from the Philippines wants three jobs in one. He's very ambitious. He'll need a house that turns into a rocket ship.

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Artist, Astronaut, Baker - Artist Rendering

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When Ethan is not traveling to planets, he'll be painting his favorite animals, fruit, and pies. Then his robot will bake anything Ethan wants. Sounds amazing!

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Explorer - Child Drawing

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Five-year-old Helena from Argentina wants to be an explorer of mysterious creatures nobody has ever found before. She wants to be the first one to find these new animals.

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Explorer - Artist Rendering

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Helena wants to look for creatures in caves, woods, under the sea and magic portals. She will use a special key to enter the magic portals.

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Scientist/Inventor - Child Drawing

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Jacob from the Philipines who's nine wants to work in an underground laboratory with his two robot inventions, Jerry and Gordon, his trusted helpers.

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Scientist/Inventor - Artist Rendering

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Jerry the robot helps Jacob and can make any kind of food out of chemicals, such as Jacob's favorite two-layered cheeseburger. Oh my!

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