I can spell, draw, and do math better than your kids, so I've taken the liberty to judge work done by children. New updates every week.
Alyssa, age 8
Not only is the plane's top wing bent impossibly outward, one of the wings is detached and on the runway. The rudder juts out a good 10-20 feet above the fuselage on a dangerously thin stem, next to a tiny change-pitch and penis-like landing gears.

I can't imagine a context in which this wouldn't be stupid.

Kyra, age 7
This is a world where the sun is literally an obstacle to those who jump off this diving board. Either someone built a diving board for birds in the middle of the ocean, or the birds built it themselves without the benefit of opposable thumbs.

Either way, it's a real shit brick of a concept, Kyra.

Ryan, age 6
I actually agree.
John, age 15
Well John, unless you plan on applying for the position of "Incredibly Racist Fuck," you'll probably want to omit this from your portfolio.
Dray, age 9
Oh hi, Jesus here. I'm just hanging out with my neck-beard, gappy crotch and lunch-lady arms on this upside-down cross. The cross has to be long-side-up because I have a neck that's twice as long as my torso. And having nails through my hands and feet is no big deal, as evidenced by my super chill grin. This is a laid back crucifixion.

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