My Hidden Talent?

Recently I've been seeing Smith Leong post many cute "drawings" on his facebook status. Personally I think that humans who have the ability to create works of art just by moving a pencil/pen over some paper are really really talented. This is because I myself can't even draw a proper circle. [As you can see from the image below]





Looking at Smith's cute little drawings reminded me of a little collection that I had. I may not be good with pens and pencils, but I know I'm definitely good with my fingers. [Sexually suggestive pun intended] From having lightning fast fingers that help me outplay opponents in games, to being able to give relaxing shoulder and back massages to friends and family. My magic fingers have seldom failed me.


Remember long, long ago, in the southern province of China, a smartphone game called Draw Something was invented and took the world by storm. I, too, was one of the victims that spend countless hours on a game which you could easily cheat by just spelling the answers out on the drawing space.


Image taken from google search


Drawing on smartphones became a trend, and an obsession to some. I'm not sure when or why I one day decided to try drawing a very nice picture instead of stick men, but I somehow discovered that I had some sort of hidden talent: Being able to draw reasonably nice pictures on my iPhone with just my magic fingers. [No stylus required]


So without further ado, let me present my collection of my finest Draw Something artworks...


Alien



Ariel



Arnold



Avengers



Brucelee



Bubbles



Buddha



Caveman



Cereal



Gandalf



Homer



KFC



Koopa



Lionking



Lionking 2



Lisa



Luigi



Mouse



Nest



Parrot



Pikachu



Rugrats



Vader



Yoda


But don't ask me to draw something on my phone just out of randomness. I think I need inspiration to be able to create miracles like these again. I tried drawing something on a sketchbook app last night. Let's just say the results were light years apart.

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