Day 14 - A story towards Dog Man and a watercolor painting of fruits.

Day 14 

Stories, Stories, and More Stories

                                                                                                              
      Dear Diary,

      Hi again! Today, let's discuss about the drawings I made. I have made plenty of them, here are two of them which were made recently and are my favorites. The first drawing  is from the Dog Man book. It's drawn well enough; Ok, I guess you decide, but the coloring part went wrong. It is below with another one of my stories.



The Dog-Man Incident

      
      John the policeman didn't like Dog Man at all. He thought it was very bad influence for his young "policeman" son. But John's son Joe didn't think that. Joe loved Dog Man and he would draw pictures of it all the time. Yesterday, he drew pictures of the title cover. John didn't like the fact that They just added an animal head to a human body and turned him into a cop. John wanted Joe to be a real cop. Someone risking their lives to protect others, someone smart  and trustworthy that everybody could trust, just like Joe thought Dog Man was. The one thing John couldn't do was stop Joe from reading Dog Man. If John took the bool away from him, Joe could still read at school. John did read Dog Man as a child, but John didn't like the concept at all. 
      John was breathing as fast as he could. He ran so much that he could have passed out any second. But still, his feet were moving and moving. After all, he couldn't just let Peter steal more of the Art Museum's precious paintings. While John was running, a dog walked up to him. Instead of going forward and crushing the dog, he petted it. During that time, Peter blew up a bomb. John was panting so badly with each drop of sweat trickling down his shirt. If John could, he would just lay down and close his eyes. Well, there was no could, because that's what happened when Peter blew up the bomb. John desperately tried to pull his big legs up and tried to move but in that second, nothing happened. The bomb went off, and both John and the dog fell down quicker than anything with their tiny eyes shut.  
       Gary the dog just woke up finding himself in a Hospital. The last time he was awake, he was right in front of a man, trying to get a treat. But before he got up, he felt weird. He was just pulling his leg to itch his neck, but he couldn't. He looked down at his legs. They weren't his! They were the man's as he remembered. Gary did not understand anything, but the only thing he could understand was that he had been given the man's body, and now he didn't know what to do.
      The only thing Joe could think about was his dad as he was on his way to the hospital. Tears going down his eyes and all the way to the ground. His dad had been bombed by his dad's biggest archenemy. 
      When Joe reached his dad's room in the hospital, he could only see a dog head. Then, the craziest thought went through Joe's head, or at least he thought it was crazy. John had been turned into Dog Man. Was it really what Joe thought it was? Joe found out when he asked the doctor. All the doctor said was that she should have thanked Dav Pilkey for making the book Dog Man. That book saved two lives, and those two lives might even save more...

Author's Note (Me): Dav Pilkey really did write a good book, even though he approached a different style, this book can tell us a lot, and it is very humorous. Dav Pilkey tells us that life is nothing without something funny, so you shouldn't be sad all the time. Another thing that Dav tells us is basically, "Nothing is impossible. The word itself says "I'm Possible"."


      So this was my story and image. Below is my next drawing that is actually a watercolor painting. It  looks good when seen from far away. Close-ups just make it look very unrealistic.

      So that was my painting, sadly no story for this one. Thanks to everyone who visits my blog and who looks forward to my next blog. The last post got some good attention. I tried to write something which may interest you, but again I am open to any feedback. Bye Diary, see you next week. But I guess I don't have to say bye because you are always going to be here, and what has been written will always be here. Thanks diary for always being there for me.
Sincerely,
Shubh Varshney

To Readers : Everything I wanted to say has already been said above, but I do really appreciate all the views and all the feedback I get. Anybody experienced with blogger please comment about how I could change the text feature, because honestly, yes, the font annoys me too, it's all grey and not fun. And not only that, but if you are anyways viewing my blogs, why not subscribe? All you have to do is that you scroll up, click on the button, and enter your email address. After subscribing, you could get to all of my blogs through gmail first! 
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Comments

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    1. Love your story as well as your drawings. You are such a great writer at this young age. I am sure the readers who are following your diary. Proud of you. Keep it up. Love Badi Nani.

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    2. Subh you did aan amazing work hope you will continue your writing can you please reply that how many blogs till now you have posted . I also have my blog
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  2. Great lil kid neild itπŸ’™

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  3. Good story. Keep up the good work.

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  4. Story is good you need to improve you writing skills and formatting also good work

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    1. Thanks very much for your feedback. Appreciate it. Could you be more specific from perspective of improving writing skills?? What do you mean?? Where you see the concerns?

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  7. Awesome storyπŸ’™πŸ™ŒπŸ» Loved it!

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  8. Thank you for sharing this post. Good writing and nice drawing. You are still young, so you have ample time to hone your writing and drawing skills.

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  9. Good start of story and great doing. Keep up the work, there were issues like you have used the name John so many time which can be replaced with he or his in some phrases.
    Rest great work and keep grinding up.

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  11. Muy interesante. Me gustΓ³ mucho. Mucha suerte

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  12. I really loved it! Is so cute <3 Congratulations

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  13. Wow . . I m amazed how he has written a beautiful page of his diary. Loved it.

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  14. You are really superb...keep up this good job

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  16. I'm also story writer ... very good Writing skills ! Impressive 😊
    Wish you more Success !

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  18. Very well written, All the best.

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  19. Interesting one..keep it up

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  25. Ha ha ! Myself being a painter, I liked the painting most.
    Thank you. πŸ‘πŸ‘

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