Yowza! The response to last week’s contest was incredible! Dozens and dozens of you (including a couple of honest-to-God illustrators) sent me Words of Wisdom for a chance to win one of my doodles.
I don’t understand all this Doodle Mania, but I am flattered by it.
But now it is time to get down to the business of drawing the winning name!
Unfortunately, my son thought differently. He insisted that I “practice my doodling” first.
I sighed. Then I asked him what he wanted me to doodle.
He wanted a LEGO man wearing a 1980s astronaut shirt. This LEGO man, he explained, should also sport a medieval helmet and a battle axe.
“Anything else?” I asked?
There was. He also wanted the LEGO guy to be Benny, the youngest child in The Boxcar Children.
So I “practiced my doodling.”
Now that my son was duly bribed, he got to work.
In the months since the last contest, The Drawing Hat was given away to charity. So this drawing will mark the auspicious debut the Drawing Penguin Ice Bucket.
So! Let’s get started.
My son mixed the ballots…
And mixed them…
He mixed them very well.
You really have to admire his professionalism.
OK. Knock it off, boy.
And the winner is…
KID LIT REVIEWS!
Congratulations, Kid Lit! You win a personalized doodle on the subject of your choice!
All you have to do is go up to the menu item that says “Write Me a Note” and, well, write me a note.
Thanks to everyone who entered! You folks are awesome!