Today I spent some time colouring with my youngest daughter. She was asking me to cut out her animals as she finished them. While I did, I noticed her evolving style of colouring: she uses just about every marker we have to do lines inside the animals, creating something that looks almost like what you'd see if you peeled back the skin to reveal the vessels, nerves, etc. It really looked very cool, so I decided to try my hand at it. Colouring in the style of a four year old was a very liberating experience. It wasn't as simple as scribbling aimlessly: there is definite purpose in the layers of colour and lines. I coloured a lion, and I'm quite proud of it. At least the originator of the style throught it was good, which is what I was going for in the end.