My first ds was drawing moving figures (running etc. ) at around two yrs. old. He is now 10 yrs. old and a wonderful, creative artist. My dd couldn't draw a circle til she was 4 yrs. old! Still very simplistic drawings in kindergatren. We thought that ds was the one with the artist ability, still we encouaged art for both and praised dd (and ds) all the time. Flash forward...my now almost 11 yr. old son still is fabulous at drawing, and my 8 1/2 yr.old daughter is also now FABULOUS! She just took longer to get there! The point is, who cares if it is advanced or not? Just keep encouraging it and offering lots of time for art with different materials etc...even if your child is a prodigy at drawing, they might not be in a year or two, they might not like it anymore, or they are just "early" learners and never get beyond the norm in later years...but if you just make it fun and creative, good or not, they will learn to love art and all things it about it! Have fun! Get creative! And save those drawings! I have a basket for each child and save everything, then once a month, we sit down and pick out 2 or 3 best ones (in both our eyes), date them, and pack them away for the future-the rest we put in recycling. Someday, you will love watching the progress of their art, and so will they!