How To Turn Down A Project
Took Jake up on his challenge. Here's Bart Simpson, Charlie Brown, Mickey Mouse and Sponge Bob drawn from memory.
I would say I nailed it!
Edit: 5 min later, after actually looking at drawings of these characters . . . Yeah, I definitely did not "nail" it. (These all look like the bad Times Square street performer knock-offs)
@davidhohn Those are MUCH better than mine. My charlie brown looked like a serial killer.
@Lee-White Ha! It was crazy when I actually looked at CB. I would have SWORN that his eyes were set far apart! (Turns out they are not!)
Post your serial killer version!
@davidhohn I don't know if I kept it. I'll see if I can find it. I literally drew it on a form from the IRS. I throw any letter from them away! lol!
@Lee-White A serial killer version of Charlie Brown drawn on a missive from the Internal Revenue Service that you chucked into the garbage . . .
Feels like there's a metaphor for something, somewhere in there . . .
@davidhohn lol, maybe so! haha!
Kasey Snow last edited by
Hooo boy, here are my no reference cartoon icons....I am much ashamed, haha.
I am most ashamed of Mickey Mouse. I was such a Disney kid growing up, why could I not remember how to draw him? Fun exercise.
I liked your tips about turning work down though, it's very important to be able to keep things in perspective--is this worth a year of your life and turning down other work for?
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Jim Algar last edited by
Absolutely loved this topic guys, and thanks for answering my question as well
Asyas_illos last edited by
That was a good episode I wasn’t going to show mine lol but since y’all have been so brave here goes...