He's going through a drawing explosion, spending hours at a time carefully drawing, coloring, cutting, and sharing his artwork.
When he's not drawing, he's typically talking about the remote control train he's hoping to get for his birthday (in June!).
|This is an angry crane cleaning up the mess made by a truck|
who spilled logs all over the road. The truck is sad, as you
can see, and a sign has been posted saying "Keep Out!"
Mom: Wow, Easton. You've really thought a lot about that!
Easton: Mom, when you go to the store to get my remote control steam engine, make sure it's narrow gauge or G gauge.
Easton: Mom, is my birthday tomorrow?
Mom: No, buddy. It's still 6 months away.
Easton: Oh. Is that a long time?
Mom: Yep. It's like 180 days.
Easton: Wow. That's when I'm gonna get a remote control train. When I turn five!
|This multi-media train scene features rubber stamping, pencil|
and paint. Easton designed the whole thing himself—a steam
engine on an elevated track with supports, driving at night.
|A close up of his creative masterpiece.|