Dad, 26, used to love Toy Story in his childhood days. Now his 2-year-old son is also it's big fan. So the dad decided to paint his little boy's room and transformed it into a dreamy Toy Story themed room during coronavirus lockdown.
Dad of a 2-year-old boy transformed his son's room into an incredible Toy Story themed bedroom during the coronavirus lockdown. The creative dad wanted to paint his son's bedroom wall for a while but didn't have enough time. This lockdown gave him the perfect opportunity to paint his son's favorite cartoon characters on his room's wall.
James Harding, 26, is a father of a two-year-old adorable boy who is a big fan of Toy Story. James had been thinking of painting his son Elliott's room for quite a while now. This lockdown was the perfect opportunity as he had all the time in his hands. This creative dad knew exactly how to make his child happy.
James, from Bamber Bridge in Lancashire, got out his paintbrushes and set about transforming his little boy's room into a beautiful little heaven.
First, the sketches were done, all completely freehand. Then James started the painting, it took 5 days for him to complete the process. All this time, he continued recording his work in impressive timelapse footage on his phone.
James said: 'Elliott absolutely loves Toy Story so while I have all the time in the world at the minute, I decided to just give myself a little project!'
'I have no experience in art, I enjoyed it in school and did well although that was a while back now! I've picked up a pencil every now and then but nothing major.'
'I've wanted to do something in his room for a while but always been busy with work so it's been nice to spend time at home with the little one and do something like that.'
Here Elliott, 2, can be seen standing in front of his bedroom's newly painted toy story themed wall.
'I loved Toy Story when I was younger and now Elliott loves Toy Story too and I just wanted him to have a dream bedroom really.'
'First, I found a few images online of the characters and drew the outlines of the characters' bodies and lettering on with pencil.'
'I then went over the characters with a black sharpie.'
'Next, the lettering at the top was painted and then the sky was painted, leaving the white parts for the clouds.'
'Finally, I painted the characters on the wall and finished off with outlining the characters again to make sure they stood out.'
'I'm happy with the result. I had an idea of how I wanted it to look but executing it took longer than I thought!'
'Elliott loves the wall! He points the characters out every time he goes into his room now.'
'Only downside is that it's become a distraction for him at night time - he likes to have lengthy conversations with them now before he sleeps!'