The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

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Briton James Murray has been running the blog "Jim will draw it" since 2013: readers send him detailed descriptions of various situations involving celebrities or famous characters, and he depicts it in Microsoft Paint. It turns out pretty crazy, but fun.

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The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, Please, could you draw the crew of the ship from "Star Trek", but that Stephen Hawking was sitting in the captain's chair, and next to him were Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, George Washington Carver, Galileo Galilei and Dorothy Hodgkin? They reunited in the afterlife to further develop science for the benefit of all mankind, bravely going where no deceased genius has ever been before. Ray Hamill."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

Donald Trump and Piers Morgan's date at Greggs Cafe on Valentine's Day. At the request of Amy B. Sting.

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, can I have a picture by Christmas of Mad Max defending a Coca-Cola truck from an attack by rival soft drink manufacturers (Pepsi, Cresta, Barr, Panda Pops, and so on)? He needs to escort him to Chesterfield for some reason. Jamie Banham."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Could you draw how Robert Mugabe works at McDonald's? As a result, the goods are worth billions of Zimbabwean dollars, and other employees (Ronald McDonald, the mascot of the Grimace network, and others) are staging a coup. Graham Moore."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Kim Jong-un in colored underpants and with cotton candy in his hands is surfing on huge golden waves that represent Trump's hair. At the request of Robin Hales."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, Please draw how Sir David Attenborough, while filming the BBC program "Blue Planet", is fighting the Dark Lord Cthulhu. Thanks! Jim Taylor."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Pennywise the clown in the role of the sysadmin, tired of requests to technical support. At the request of Chris Gosdin." (Pennywise's remark: "Can you turn it off and on again?")

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Night of the Living Barn" is a word game based on the consonance of the words "shed" and "dead man" (dead).

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

Mount Rushmore with carved faces of Nicolas Cage instead of US presidents. At the request of Nick Butler.

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim. Please draw how Fox McCloud from the Starfox game on the Arwing ship, Miles Prauer in a biplane and roboninja Gray Fox from the Metal Gear Solid game are chasing Theresa May, and at this time they are cheered on by Brian May and several badgers? Cheers, Andy Welsh."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"How about drawing Sean Connery in a James Bond suit playing tennis at Wimbledon? Mark Spence."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Would you please change the roles in one of your most famous pictures, where Walter White and Jesse Pinkman deliver letters, parcels and methamphetamine to Greendale? And in the background to be Ted Glenn. At the request of Craig Graham."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Alien, Predator and Terminator pour beer on Bill Paxton's grave. At the request of Patton Oswalt, which was sent to me by our mutual Twitter followers."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, please draw Trump, Pence and William Prior in the role of drag queen and have Obama say goodbye to them in the role of Ru Paul. Adam Godding."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, could you draw how fathers from different cartoons (for example, Fred Flintstone and Homer Simpson) are planning a rally of the organization for the protection of fathers' rights (Fathers4Justice)? William Large."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, Please draw a picture of Heston Blumenthal, Gordon Ramsay and Jaime Oliver unsuccessfully trying to feed dinner to my son Jack. They begin to get angry and lash out at each other. Jamie Oliver is crying (again). If possible, it would be great to include a cameo by my friend Simon Adelman. Thank you, Peter Sherwood."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Please draw a wonderful Christmas dinner of Kevin McCallister, George Bailey, Bob Cratchit (Kermit the frog), Buddy the elf and the snowman, watched from the street by a chilled John McClain. Benjamin Allen."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"How about Trump in a dark alley trying to grab a few stunned pussies? Maybe he should have creepy long arms, like Freddie in "A Nightmare on Elm Street"? Stephen Buxton" (Donald Trump's statement about how he grabs women for intimate places is played out).

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

After Facebook deleted all guest posts from the artist's page over the weekend: "Please draw how the head of Facebook Mark with a threatening expression removes all the beautiful requests for your drawings. Perhaps with a demonic laugh. In the background, you can draw a map with a plan to capture the world and several photos of his enemies pierced with knives. And stacks of bills. Fantasize to your heart's content. Niall Graham."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, I would be happy to see Trump and Clinton playing war on the floor of the Oval Office."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"Dear Jim, Please draw how Neo from the "Matrix" painfully chooses what to buy: paracetamol or ibuprofen. Thanks. Aaron Williams."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

The artist sells the most popular drawings: it can be a printed version or a printed T-shirt. One of these works is "Bert and Ernie's trip in the style of the movie "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"".

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

"A smiling, winking Jesus with a cigar riding a Tyrannosaurus breaks into Hitler's bunker with a Thompson machine gun in one hand and a stick of dynamite in the other."

The Brit depicts in Paint any crazy fantasies of subscribers

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