MS Paint Artist Jim Takes Your Requests

You know how much we at The Pen Vibe admire those who can draw and paint, so we just had to share this guy’s work, even though he doesn’t work in paper and ink.

‘Jim’ is an artist with the Microsoft Paint program. According to his ‘Jim’ll Paint It‘ Tumblr, that’s all he uses to produce pieces requested by his fans.

I am here to make your wildest dreams a reality using nothing but Microsoft Paint (no tablets, no touch ups). Ask me to paint anything you wish and I will try no matter how specific or surreal your demands. While there aren’t enough hours in the day to physically paint every suggestion I will consider them all. Bonus points for originality and humour. Use your imagination!

Absolutely no idea how he does it, especially given the hallucinogenic natures of the things that people ask him to create.

Duck goes Wild in Board Room

Our attempts at MS Paint artistry resemble something one of those sign language monkeys can do. Maybe we should have paid more attention to this tutorial on You Tube on how to draw a dog.

And this is what Jim created when one of his readers requested RoboCop shopping at Tesco.

Robocop Shopping at Tesco
Who knew that was even possible?

Then again, maybe this is something that some our artists readers can do, too. If so, send along some of your own MS Paint art. We’ll be happy to share it on the blog.

And if you send Jim a request, please do let us know. We promise not make assumptions about your mental state based on how bizarre it is.

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