9 Year Old Kid Was Pressured To Stop Drawing Cartoons In Class, But Finds A Job To Decorate A Restaurant With His Drawings!

You should always support your kid’s talent, even if it doesn’t make any sense to you. You see, gifts are natural, and if you nourish your kid’s skill, it will blossom with time. That’s what 9-year-old Joe Whale’s, aka Doodle Boy, parents did, and supported their boy to keep drawing, even though the kid got into trouble for drawing cartoons in class.

Joe was passionate about drawing cartoons, and soon his parents discovered his hidden skills and sent him to an after-school art class. Many people discovered his secret talent, and a restaurant invited him to decorate their dining room of the ‘Number 4’ in Shrewsbury, England. Now, the lad is recognized as Doodle Boy and has his own website, as well as pages on various social media showcasing his art. Scroll down below to see his work:

9-year-old Joe Whale loves drawing cartoons, but he got himself in trouble for doodling in class.

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He has drawn a thousand doodles in his class notebooks:

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Joe’s dad, Greg, talked about his son’s artistic skills, “We noticed our kid loved drawing cartoons, and we had decided to trust his passion.” Greg furthermore added, “At the age of 4, Joe’s name was listed in school’s gifted-kids register.”

Joe’s parents didn’t waste any time to send their kid to an after-school art class!

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The 9-year-old’s drawings were immediately noticed by the ‘Number 4’ restaurant staff.

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Doodle Boy, aka Joy’s parents, are also a significant inspiration to guardians all around the world, “I would advise parents to encourage their children to always follow their passion and dreams.”

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Greg also shared how long it took Joe to finish his drawings on the dining room walls in the restaurant. “Joe spent about 12 hours illustrating the wall.” Plus, Joe’s dad drives him to draw in the restaurant after school.

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Creative people would love to share little Joe’s talent and admire him for good. His teacher shared a few images of his work on Instagram:

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