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26th Nov '16 12:13:29 PM Nazetrime
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** A filler page that consists mostly of renditions of the team CuteKitten by each of the main characters [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=584 shows styles ranging from suprisingly good for a member of the military to this trope]] (for curious non-fans, the "Kissekatt" one is Emil's).

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** A filler page that consists mostly of renditions of the team CuteKitten by each of the main characters [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=584 shows styles ranging from suprisingly surprisingly good for a member of the military to this trope]] (for curious non-fans, the "Kissekatt" one is Emil's).
20th Nov '16 8:54:05 AM Nazetrime
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** A filler page that consists mostly of renditions of the team CuteKitten by each of the main characters [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=584 shows styles ranging from suprisingly good for a member of the military to this trope]] (for curious non-fans, the "Kissekatt" one is Emil's).
20th Nov '16 8:43:36 AM Nazetrime
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* In ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'', we get to enjoy the contrast between [[http://sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=362 the illustrations of a professionally-drawn document about dog beasts and Emil's child-like rendition of the one he encountered in the previous chapter]].
29th Oct '16 8:26:22 AM rafi
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* In ''Manga/SketDance'', Himeko's animal drawings end up looking like [[NightmareFuel grizzled/mutated/freaky]] versions of whatever she intended to draw.
* Rukia from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'', who would accompany her explanations with incredibly cheesy drawings (of rabbits) that everybody treats as a lot more horrific than they really are.
** Come on, Aizen was [[CrowningMomentOfFunny a teddy bear with glasses and a kimono.]]
** Byakuya can't draw any better.
** The promotional material for her division, the thirteenth, includes bunny-Ukitake. Apparently, his taste is also questionable, as he writes "Kuchiki, your drawings are good as usual!" on it.
* In the third episode of ''Anime/SailorMoon R'', Usagi creates a series of pictures using crayon as a visual aid when she was trying to convince an amnesiac Mamoru about their past (shown in the page pic). The other person present mocked Usagi for being "too old for {{Fairy Tale}}s" while Mamoru just wandered off.



* [[LightNovel/NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu Nogizaka Haruka]] is good at almost everything... except drawing.
* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}''. Gourry [[http://celesstar.osiriscomm.com/anime/slayers/monster.html draws]] a picture of Lina. People think he has drawn a monster which, given [[PersonOfMassDestruction Lina's reputation]], isn't that far from the truth.

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* [[LightNovel/NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu Nogizaka Haruka]] ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'':
** Rukia, who would accompany her explanations with incredibly cheesy drawings (of rabbits) that everybody treats as a lot more horrific than they really are.
** Byakuya can't draw any better.
** The promotional material for her division, the thirteenth, includes bunny-Ukitake. Apparently, his taste
is also questionable, as he writes "Kuchiki, your drawings are good at almost everything... except drawing.
as usual!" on it.
* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}''. Gourry [[http://celesstar.osiriscomm.com/anime/slayers/monster.html draws]] a picture of Lina. People think When Daikichi is looking for Rin's birth tree in ''Manga/BunnyDrop'', he has drawn asks Masako (Rin's neglectful mother), who is the only living person who knows where it is. She draws him a monster which, given [[PersonOfMassDestruction Lina's reputation]], isn't map. It's terrible. The fun part: Masako is a ''published mangaka''.
-->'''Daikichi:''' I thought you were an artist?!?\\
'''Masako:''' Not the kind
that far from the truth.draws '''''maps!'''''
* Tai's "map" in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''. He did not inherit his manga counterpart's artistic skill.
* In ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', Rei Saiba asks to see what Hideto Fujimoto's monsters look like, which causes her older brother Neo to inform Hid of how much he sucks at drawing. He ''is'' much worse than Taichi at any rate.
* The sign for Mr. Satan's brand new hotel featured in ''Anime/DragonBallYoSonGokuAndHisFriendsReturn'' displays such terrible artwork that he doesn't want to press to take pictures of it. Of course they love it anyway, just like everything else he does.



* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
** Akane and a vengeful doll switch bodies. Akane, now in the doll's body, tries to draw a pictures of herself to convince her pet pig (a transformed human) of this. The resulting picture is less than convincing, but ''because'' Akane's sketches are so awful, Ryouga recognizes her. Akane isn't very good at arts and crafts...
** Not that Ranma is much better. In the manga chapter where they both moonlight as {{Miko}}, they try to draw a(n already very ugly) horse for talismans while making him look better. Ranma's drawing is only slightly less awful than Akane's.
*** Played with Ranma in the manga is not very good at drawing things when he wants to but [[http://ranmarelated.blogspot.com/2007/12/ranmas-drawing-ability.html is good at doodling]].

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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
** Akane and a vengeful doll switch bodies. Akane, now
%%* Mirajane in the doll's body, tries to draw ''Manga/FairyTail''.
* Major Klaus Heinz von dem Eberbach from ''Manga/FromEroicaWithLove'' has
a pictures of herself to convince her pet pig (a transformed human) of this. The resulting picture is less than convincing, great many skills, but ''because'' Akane's sketches are so awful, Ryouga recognizes her. Akane isn't very good at arts and crafts...
** Not that Ranma is much better. In the manga chapter where they both moonlight as {{Miko}}, they try to draw a(n already very ugly) horse for talismans while making him look better. Ranma's
drawing is not one of them. His underlings are greatly amused whenever he has to pick up a pen, and on at least one occasion Agent B (if I remember correctly) was disappointed that the Major only slightly less awful than Akane's.
*** Played with Ranma
wrote down a description instead of trying to draw the person being described.
* In ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'', Homura's membership
in the manga is Art Club clearly did not very good at improve his drawing things when he wants skills any.
* Miyako of ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' is a variation. While she is a [[DitzyGenius Ditzy Art Genius]], her drawings can sometimes range from demented scribbles
to but [[http://ranmarelated.blogspot.com/2007/12/ranmas-drawing-ability.html is good at doodling]].[[NightmareFuel horrifyingly freaky]] depictions of however the object being drawn appears in her [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} messed-up brain]].
* Subverted in ''Manga/InuYasha'' - given that he's the {{Kitsune}} equivalent of seven years old and working in crayons, Shippo's not bad.



* [[Manga/FromEroicaWithLove Major Klaus Heinz von dem Eberbach]] has a great many skills, but drawing is not one of them. His underlings are greatly amused whenever he has to pick up a pen, and on at least one occasion Agent B (if I remember correctly) was disappointed that the Major only wrote down a description instead of trying to draw the person being described.
* Subverted in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. Miu's manga drawings won't make it into professional publishing anytime soon, but they're still very acceptable for someone her age.
* Subverted in ''Manga/InuYasha'' - given that he's the {{Kitsune}} equivalent of seven years old and working in crayons, Shippo's not bad.
* When Konata from ''Manga/LuckyStar'' is asked by Kagami why she doesn't join the manga club, she draws terrible pictures of her friends in response, including one of [[{{Tsundere}} Kagami breathing fire!]]

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* [[Manga/FromEroicaWithLove Major Klaus Heinz von dem Eberbach]] has ''Manga/KimiNiTodoke'''s Sawako. Because Sawako is generally so skillful, her friends crack up at the fact she's a great many skills, but truly inept artist.
* In ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'', as shown by the episode in which King Dedede attempts to make [[ShowWithinAShow an anime,]] virtually every Cappy is this, along with Kirby and the king himself. ''Then'' they all became very sleep deprived and overworked thanks to Dedede having promised [[IndustrializedEvil Holy Nightmare Co.]] that it would be ready to air in an impossibly short amount of time, [[HilarityEnsues which didn't help]].
* In ''Manga/LoveLab'', Maki draws a crude-looking, {{Gonk}} man on a body pillow and practices kissing with it, claiming it is a
drawing is not one of them. His underlings are greatly amused whenever he has to pick up the ideal man. Riko thinks it looks disgusting. Later, the art teacher gives Maki a pen, "D" and on at least one occasion Agent B (if I remember correctly) was disappointed that the Major only wrote down a description instead she honestly doesn't understand why.
* Izumi
of trying to draw the person being described.
* Subverted in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. Miu's
''Manga/LoveStage'' is an aspiring manga drawings won't make it into professional publishing anytime soon, but they're still very acceptable for someone her age.
* Subverted in ''Manga/InuYasha'' - given that he's the {{Kitsune}} equivalent of seven years old and working in crayons, Shippo's not bad.
artist whose dedication is far greater than his artistic skill.
* When Konata from ''Manga/LuckyStar'' is asked by Kagami why she doesn't join the manga club, she draws terrible pictures of her friends in response, including one of [[{{Tsundere}} Kagami breathing fire!]]fire!]].
* Michiko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' is a horrible artist who doesn't realize it. Her portraits are incomprehensible.
* [[LightNovel/NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu Nogizaka Haruka]] is good at almost everything... except drawing.



* Mirajane in ''Manga/FairyTail''.



* In ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', Rei Saiba asks to see what Hideto Fujimoto's monsters look like, which causes her older brother Neo to inform Hid of how much he sucks at drawing. He ''is'' much worse than Taichi at any rate.
* Tai's "map" in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''. He did not inherit his manga counterpart's artistic skill.
* When Daikichi is looking for Rin's birth tree in ''Manga/BunnyDrop'', he asks Masako (Rin's neglectful mother), who is the only living person who knows where it is. She draws him a map. It's terrible. The fun part: Masako is a ''published mangaka''.
-->'''Daikichi:''' I thought you were an artist?!?\\
'''Masako:''' Not the kind that draws '''''maps!'''''
* Miyako of ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' is a variation. While she is a [[DitzyGenius Ditzy Art Genius]], her drawings can sometimes range from demented scribbles to [[NightmareFuel horrifyingly freaky]] depictions of however the object being drawn appears in her [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} messed-up brain]].
* In ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'', whenever Keima tries to explain something via drawing, the first reaction he gets is usually "wow, you suck at drawing".
* In ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'', Homura's membership in the Art Club clearly did not improve his drawing skills any.
* ''Manga/KimiNiTodoke'''s Sawako. Because Sawako is generally so skillful, her friends crack up at the fact she's a truly inept artist.
* In ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'', as shown by the episode in which King Dedede attempts to make [[ShowWithinAShow an anime,]] virtually every Cappy is this, along with Kirby and the king himself. ''Then'' they all became very sleep deprived and overworked thanks to Dedede having promised [[IndustrializedEvil Holy Nightmare Co.]] that it would be ready to air in an impossibly short amount of time, [[HilarityEnsues which didn't help]].
* In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Gilag [[VillainsOutShopping draws some manga samples and submits them to a manga artist]]. They didn't make the cut.
* In the anime of {{Tears to Tiara}}, Ermin writes a badly illustrated book about Arawn's previous adventures. "Whack whack, they defeat the enemy!"
* In ''Manga/LoveLab'', Maki draws a crude-looking, {{Gonk}} man on a body pillow and practices kissing with it, claiming it is a drawing of the ideal man. Riko thinks it looks disgusting. Later, the art teacher gives Maki a "D" and she honestly doesn't understand why.
* Haruka in ''Manga/SakuraTrick''. Her attempts at art are... offputting.
* Izumi of ''Manga/LoveStage'' is an aspiring manga artist whose dedication is far greater than his artistic skill.



* Michiko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' is a horrible artist who doesn't realize it. Her portraits are incomprehensible.
* The sign for Mr. Satan's brand new hotel featured in ''Anime/DragonBallYoSonGokuAndHisFriendsReturn'' displays such terrible artwork that he doesn't want to press to take pictures of it. Of course they love it anyway, just like everything else he does.

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* Michiko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' is ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''
** Akane and
a horrible artist who doesn't realize it. Her portraits are incomprehensible.
* The sign for Mr. Satan's brand new hotel featured
vengeful doll switch bodies. Akane, now in ''Anime/DragonBallYoSonGokuAndHisFriendsReturn'' displays such terrible artwork that he doesn't want the doll's body, tries to press to take draw a pictures of it. Of course herself to convince her pet pig (a transformed human) of this. The resulting picture is less than convincing, but ''because'' Akane's sketches are so awful, Ryouga recognizes her. Akane isn't very good at arts and crafts...
** Not that Ranma is much better. In the manga chapter where
they love it anyway, both moonlight as {{Miko}}, they try to draw a(n already very ugly) horse for talismans while making him look better. Ranma's drawing is only slightly less awful than Akane's.
*** Played with Ranma in the manga is not very good at drawing things when he wants to but [[http://ranmarelated.blogspot.com/2007/12/ranmas-drawing-ability.html is good at doodling]].
* In the third episode of ''Anime/SailorMoon R'', Usagi creates a series of pictures using crayon as a visual aid when she was trying to convince an amnesiac Mamoru about their past (shown in the page pic). The other person present mocked Usagi for being "too old for {{Fairy Tale}}s" while Mamoru
just wandered off.
* Haruka in ''Manga/SakuraTrick''. Her attempts at art are... offputting.
* In ''Manga/SketDance'', Himeko's animal drawings end up looking
like everything else [[NightmareFuel grizzled/mutated/freaky]] versions of whatever she intended to draw.
* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}''. Gourry [[http://celesstar.osiriscomm.com/anime/slayers/monster.html draws]] a picture of Lina. People think
he does.has drawn a monster which, given [[PersonOfMassDestruction Lina's reputation]], isn't that far from the truth.
* Subverted in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. Miu's manga drawings won't make it into professional publishing anytime soon, but they're still very acceptable for someone her age.
* In the anime of {{Tears to Tiara}}, Ermin writes a badly illustrated book about Arawn's previous adventures. "Whack whack, they defeat the enemy!"
* In ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'', whenever Keima tries to explain something via drawing, the first reaction he gets is usually "wow, you suck at drawing".
* In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Gilag [[VillainsOutShopping draws some manga samples and submits them to a manga artist]]. They didn't make the cut.



* [[OlderThanTheyThink Possibly the earliest example of this trope]] would be the Creator/TexAvery WesternAnimation/PorkyPig short "Porky's Preview", which centers around Porky showing off an animated short he made-only the animation consists of doodles and the film as a whole is incredibly sloppily made. What makes this short even more amusing is that the ending leaves it ambiguous whether [[spoiler: it was the skunk that scared off Porky's audience or the horrible quality of the picture that scared them off first. That being said, the skunk was impressed enough to applaud.]]
* Followed shortly by the ''{{Popeye}}'' short "Cartoons Ain't Human." Popeye makes his own cartoon and screens it for his nephews and Olive. Popeye furnishes the voices, music and sound effects during the screening.
* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', Daffy asks at one point for scenery. The artist obliges with a very crudely drawn background (even though he's been shown as capable of drawing competently.) Daffy is not amused though mostly because there's no color.
** Subverted since he's not really a bad artist; he's just being [[JerkAss sadistic.]]
* Wile E. Coyote's blueprints for catching the Road Runner feature what looks like stick figures.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': Any time Dr. Drakken displays his EvilPlan in pictures, it's [[http://caps.kpfanworld.com/images/46a%20Sick%20Day%20Pics/PowerDVD%202006-07-13%2010-22-20-03.jpg like this]].
* ''Wacky Delly'', a cartoon show within the world of ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife''. Made by Rocko and his friends, it is a poorly-drawn, poorly edited excuse for animated entertainment, epic in its amateurishness. It is also the single funniest moment in the entire series.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', in the episode "Sing Beans", once literally drew a straw, which ended up looking more like a wobbly vertical line on his sheet of paper. Mung, probably due to general [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} scatterbrain-ness]], ''still'' thought it was better than Schnitzel's much more realistic drawing.
* Similarly, an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' had Stimpy making his own cartoon, "Explodey the Pup in: 'I Like Pink'" and show it off to eccentric, borderline-senile cartoonist Wilbur Cobb. The cartoon is badly drawn, animated, and scripted, and makes almost no sense, in [[SoBadItsGood an endearing sort of way]].
* Almost any time COBRA member Major Bludd's skills are outlined in a ''WesternAnimation/{{GIJoe}}'' story, the fact that he writes poetry is mentioned, as is the fact that it's ''really'' bad.
* WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants's crude drawings come to life in the episode "Frankendoodle". Even Patrick criticizes him on his lack of structure and perspective, [[HypocriticalHumour and his drawings aren't any better.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', in the episode "Sing Beans", once literally drew a straw, which ended up looking more like a wobbly vertical line on his sheet of paper. Mung, probably due to general [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} scatterbrain-ness]], ''still'' thought it was better than Schnitzel's much more realistic drawing.
* [[DumbBlonde Brittany]] on ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}};'' her first major appearance was actually when Daria had to help her draw in three-point perspective. Another episode focuses on an art contest with the theme of "student life;" her entries look like they might have been drawn by a five-year-old, but [[DarkHorseVictory she wins anyway]], presumably because she was the only one who presented a clear, positive message.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDavincibles'': Quaba, the BigBad of the series, is infamous for being the worst artist in the world.
* The entirety of the ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' episode "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark!," which suits the audio as it was submitted in by a 6½-year-old boy.



* [[WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool Now it's time for Kuzco Doodles!]]
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Chief Wiggum mentions the police can't afford guns anymore, and he can now only carry a crude picture of a gun drawn in crayon named "Daddy's Bang-Bang". Lou thinks it was drawn by his son, Ralph, but Chief Wiggum reveals that he drew it himself.
** Inverted in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E19MomAndPopArt "Mom and Pop Art."]] Homer scribbles on a piece of paper when Moe tells him he can pay with a priceless sketch. Barney asks if he can do the same but is rejected, dropping his copy of Georges Seurat's "Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte". Homer's sketch is not shown.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Unsupervised}}'' Gary draws pictures of his [[DisappearedDad dad]] to remember what he looks like. When he shows one to Carol, his step-mom, she doesn't recognize him and remarks that "his mouth looks like an asshole."
* The entirety of the ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' episode "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark!," which suits the audio as it was submitted in by a 6½-year-old boy.

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* %%* [[WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool Now it's time for Kuzco Doodles!]]
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Chief Wiggum mentions the police can't afford guns anymore, and he can now only carry a crude picture of a gun drawn in crayon named "Daddy's Bang-Bang". Lou thinks it was drawn by his son, Ralph, but Chief Wiggum reveals that he drew it himself.
** Inverted in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E19MomAndPopArt "Mom and Pop Art."]] Homer scribbles on a piece of paper when Moe tells him he can pay with a priceless sketch. Barney asks if he can do the same but is rejected, dropping his copy of Georges Seurat's "Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte". Homer's sketch is not shown.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Unsupervised}}'' Gary draws pictures of his [[DisappearedDad dad]] to remember what he looks like. When he shows one to Carol, his step-mom, she doesn't recognize him and remarks that "his mouth looks like an asshole."
* The entirety of the ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' episode "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark!," which suits the audio as it was submitted in by a 6½-year-old boy.
Doodles!]]



* [[DumbBlonde Brittany]] on ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}};'' her first major appearance was actually when Daria had to help her draw in three-point perspective. Another episode focuses on an art contest with the theme of "student life;" her entries look like they might have been drawn by a five-year-old, but [[DarkHorseVictory she wins anyway]], presumably because she was the only one who presented a clear, positive message.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDavincibles'': Quaba, the BigBad of the series, is infamous for being the worst artist in the world.

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* [[DumbBlonde Brittany]] on ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}};'' her first major appearance Almost any time COBRA member Major Bludd's skills are outlined in a ''WesternAnimation/{{GIJoe}}'' story, the fact that he writes poetry is mentioned, as is the fact that it's ''really'' bad.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': Any time Dr. Drakken displays his EvilPlan in pictures, it's very bad.
* Followed shortly by the ''{{Popeye}}'' short "Cartoons Ain't Human." Popeye makes his own cartoon and screens it for his nephews and Olive. Popeye furnishes the voices, music and sound effects during the screening.
* [[OlderThanTheyThink Possibly the earliest example of this trope]] would be the Creator/TexAvery WesternAnimation/PorkyPig short "Porky's Preview", which centers around Porky showing off an animated short he made-only the animation consists of doodles and the film as a whole is incredibly sloppily made. What makes this short even more amusing is that the ending leaves it ambiguous whether [[spoiler: it
was actually when Daria had the skunk that scared off Porky's audience or the horrible quality of the picture that scared them off first. That being said, the skunk was impressed enough to help her draw in three-point perspective. Another applaud.]]
* Similarly, an
episode focuses on an art contest with of ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' had Stimpy making his own cartoon, "Explodey the theme Pup in: 'I Like Pink'" and show it off to eccentric, borderline-senile cartoonist Wilbur Cobb. The cartoon is badly drawn, animated, and scripted, and makes almost no sense, in [[SoBadItsGood an endearing sort of "student life;" her entries look like they might have been way]].
* ''Wacky Delly'', a cartoon show within the world of ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife''. Made by Rocko and his friends, it is a poorly-drawn, poorly edited excuse for animated entertainment, epic in its amateurishness. It is also the single funniest moment in the entire series.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Chief Wiggum mentions the police can't afford guns anymore, and he can now only carry a crude picture of a gun drawn in crayon named "Daddy's Bang-Bang". Lou thinks it was
drawn by a five-year-old, his son, Ralph, but [[DarkHorseVictory she wins anyway]], presumably because she was Chief Wiggum reveals that he drew it himself.
** Inverted in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E19MomAndPopArt "Mom and Pop Art."]] Homer scribbles on a piece of paper when Moe tells him he can pay with a priceless sketch. Barney asks if he can do
the only one who presented a clear, positive message.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDavincibles'': Quaba, the BigBad
same but is rejected, dropping his copy of the series, Georges Seurat's "Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte". Homer's sketch is infamous for being the worst artist not shown.
* WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants's crude drawings come to life
in the world.episode "Frankendoodle". Even Patrick criticizes him on his lack of structure and perspective, [[HypocriticalHumour and his drawings aren't any better.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Unsupervised}}'' Gary draws pictures of his [[DisappearedDad dad]] to remember what he looks like. When he shows one to Carol, his step-mom, she doesn't recognize him and remarks that "his mouth looks like an asshole."
* [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner Wile E. Coyote]]'s blueprints for catching the Road Runner feature what looks like stick figures.
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* ''Series/{{Angel}}'':
** At one point on the show, Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.
** He also had it when he drew a near photorealistic portrait of Cordelia, while Fred just drew a crude BedsheetGhost.
** Which ties back to Angel doing quite detailed portraits of Buffy, during his time in Sunnydale as Angelus; he's got artistic talent and a habit of drawing rather stalker-esque pictures of girls he likes.

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* ''Series/{{Angel}}'':
**
''Series/{{Angel}}'': At one point on the show, Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.
**
embarrassment. He also had it when he drew a near photorealistic portrait of Cordelia, while Fred just drew a crude BedsheetGhost.
**
BedsheetGhost. Which ties back to Angel doing quite detailed portraits of Buffy, during his time in Sunnydale as Angelus; he's got artistic talent and a habit of drawing rather stalker-esque pictures of girls he likes.
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* A near RunningGag in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is Sokka's [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep44/ep44-889.png failure at]] [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep44/ep44-850.png artistic rendering]] -- which he does not allow to stop him from pursuing the aesthetics! This was even a part of his [[TookALevelInBadass crash course in badassery.]]

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* A near RunningGag in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is Sokka's [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep44/ep44-889.png failure at]] [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep44/ep44-850.png at artistic rendering]] rendering -- which he does not allow to stop him from pursuing the aesthetics! This was even a part of his [[TookALevelInBadass crash course in badassery.]]
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** At one point on, Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.

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** At one point on, on the show, Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.
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** At one point on ''Series/{{Angel}}'', Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.
*** He also had it when he drew a near photorealistic portrait of Cordelia, while Fred just drew a crude BedsheetGhost.
*** Which ties back to Angel doing quite detailed portraits of Buffy, during his time in Sunnydale as Angelus; he's got artistic talent and a habit of drawing rather stalker-esque pictures of girls he likes.

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* ''Series/{{Angel}}'':
** At one point on ''Series/{{Angel}}'', on, Fred as part of her presentation provides a crude drawing of the MacGuffin they're about to steal. Just then Angel, who was quietly doodling on a sketch pad, holds up a much much better more detailed illustration of the MacGuffin than Fred's sparking jealousy and embarrassment.
*** ** He also had it when he drew a near photorealistic portrait of Cordelia, while Fred just drew a crude BedsheetGhost.
*** ** Which ties back to Angel doing quite detailed portraits of Buffy, during his time in Sunnydale as Angelus; he's got artistic talent and a habit of drawing rather stalker-esque pictures of girls he likes.
29th Oct '16 12:32:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* In 'Film/'TheRebel'' starring Tony Hancock the Hancock character is an artist who thinks he's a genius despite having no talent whatsoever. In an effort to prove himself he goes to Paris and shacks up with a genuine art student. His roomie surprisingly swallows all of Hancock's pretentious guff about art theory and decides to copy Hancock's "naive" style. Naturally the roommate's art ends up getting mistaken for Hancock's and Hancock is hailed as the greatest thing since Picasso, while his ''real'' art is dismissed for the rubbish it is.

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* In 'Film/'TheRebel'' ''Film/TheRebel'' starring Tony Hancock the Hancock character is an artist who thinks he's a genius despite having no talent whatsoever. In an effort to prove himself he goes to Paris and shacks up with a genuine art student. His roomie surprisingly swallows all of Hancock's pretentious guff about art theory and decides to copy Hancock's "naive" style. Naturally the roommate's art ends up getting mistaken for Hancock's and Hancock is hailed as the greatest thing since Picasso, while his ''real'' art is dismissed for the rubbish it is.
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