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Request a Drawing of Something… Anything!

In the comments below, tell me what idea, concept, story, vocabulary term, or totally random thing you’d like me to draw next! I can’t guarantee your request will be picked, but I sure will try to make all dreams come true.

Blue horse saying moo
No request is too bizarre — as long as it will be useful and/or make you smile.

Let’s hear your thoughts! No proposals are too weird — I do very much love random giggles — but please keep all requests middle-school-appropriate as I’m a 7th grade teacher by day and my students read this site.

Shy about leaving a public request? You can also privately send a request through my contact form.

Thanks — I’m excited to see your drawing requests!

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Annie

Wednesday 9th of March 2022

A drawing of a dog going to heaven ❤️

Lillie Marshall

Friday 11th of March 2022

Thank you for your request, Annie! I've added it to the list and will let you know if it gets published. Sending good energy!

Deborah floyd

Tuesday 21st of December 2021

My 3 year old niece just starting taking her first dance lessons during the first showing of her performance she appeared very shy but very cute and adorable. In spite of that she danced her little heart💕 out, what image can you draw to describe the adjectives used in my story to portray her first dance performance? Thank you!

Lillie Marshall

Tuesday 21st of December 2021

What a lovely image and request! I will see what I can do and will get back to you. Congratulations to your niece on her accomplishment, and kudos to you for having such a brave and determined neice!

Amber Hawthorne

Tuesday 5th of October 2021

Prepositional phrases ! 🤗

Lillie Marshall

Tuesday 5th of October 2021

Added to the list! Thanks for the request, Amber.

Nancy Gutmann

Thursday 9th of September 2021

Hi Lillie, Delightful site, and delightful that you're an English teacher! At some point the distinction between 'much' and 'many' became clearer to me. The old method of countable or not didn't work when students asked, Why is it 'much money' when we can count money? We saw that if the noun is singular, 'much' is always the right word, and if plural, 'many' always works. But this is rarely taught, and maybe your cartoons could help get it across. Nancy Gutmann

Lillie Marshall

Thursday 9th of September 2021

Thanks for your kind words and for this excellent suggestion, Nancy! I'm adding it to the list!

Julie

Saturday 26th of June 2021

Thank you, Lillie, for generously sharing your work. How about a lesson on TOPIC vs THEME? Julie

Lillie

Tuesday 6th of July 2021

@Julie, your wish has been granted! https://drawingsof.com/topic-vs-theme/

Lillie Marshall

Saturday 26th of June 2021

Julie, what a brilliant idea!!! That one always stumps my students and it's so important. I'm adding it to the list and will let you know when it's complete! Appreciate your kind words and suggestion.