Because let's be honest, the least interesting parts of us are our day jobs.
I’ve always considered fiction writing to be my very first art.
I was house sitting over the weekend and saw a trend I wanted to jump in on. The game? I would draw everyone who retweeted me, and if you specified a cartoon, I would draw it that way, too. Unfortunately Twitter's algorithm changed a lot over the years, and I wasn't able to see EVERYONE who retweeted the two threads (I tried to restart the game to solve the issue—it didn't work). Holy crap was this a lot of work, but if you track the drawings chronologically, you can see me get VASTLY better the more people I drew. And it was a lot of fun!
10/10, would recommend to anyone looking to challenge their rapid doodling skillz.
Click the Tweet to see its results.
This trend is actually one that I can jump in on!— Relatable Tweets 'Lex! 🅴 (@Shablazlfrazr) June 28, 2018
•RT, and I’ll draw your bloody avi however I want to
•Quote Tweet with a cartoon name, and I’ll draw your bloody avi in the style of that cartoon
This is me creating a new “RT and I’ll draw your avi” thread :p— Relatable Tweets 'Lex! 🅴 (@Shablazlfrazr) June 30, 2018
Reply with a cartoon and I’ll do my best to draw it in that style!
(I’ll still try to hit the ones I can see from the original thread, so sit tight if you were there!) https://t.co/GJ6HoFowb4
...Is that too dated of a reference to be making these days? Internet culture is so fleeting, innit? Anyway, check me out on @alexbasacreative to keep up with my photography in a casual way.