THE RED CURTAIN CHALLENGE
Here are some lovely drawings from young creatives from around the world who took the "Red Curtain Challenge"—to send us a drawing or a painting inspired by one of the stories.
Would you like to be one of our fabulous creatives? Inspire us with your work and send it to email@example.com.
Peter lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. He's drawn the scene at the end of "The Clever Antelope" where the hunter throws his spear...but misses!
A second effort from Ambaa K. who this time has tackled the "Munna & the Maharaja" story.
We like the way Ambaa is playing with proportions as Munna's face is as big as the elephant's!
Saketh D. is a Fourth Grader from New Jersey. This is the second image he's sent us—this one is from "Munna and the Maharaja."
That friendly-looking elephant is about to take Munna to the Maharaja's palace.
All generations can play the "Red Curtain Challenge"!
This is image is sent by Catherine W. who is 85 years old and lives in Gloucestershire, England (she is grandmother to another of our artists, Ambaa K.)
Ambaa is a Fourth Grader from New York. She chose to draw a scene from "The Golden Mango."
She shows a scene from "The Golden Mango", after Ganesha has won the magic fruit from his brother Murugan.
Amaira is a Fifth Grader from New York City. She's chosen to show the characters from the story "Hare in the Moon."
Aarhant took Ganesha, the elephant god, as his inspiration for this elegant portrait.
Saketh D. is a Fourth Grader from New Jersey. Saketh drew a scene from "The Three Friends", where the tortoise rescues his friend the antelope who's been trapped in the hunter's net.
We love the "nibble nibble" as the tortoise chews through the net!
Karan, who lives in Australia, depicted Ganesha watching his over-confident brother Murugan fly off around the Universe.