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Question #89483 posted on 04/26/2017 11:39 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board Artists,

I need to commission a very specific piece of artwork, Because Reasons.

Could one (or many!) of you please draw me a guy named Jacques riding a moose while eating a hamburger?

You can use any style, any medium, and any level of quality. My city planning studio class (although most of the class doesn't know it yet) looks forward to seeing what you make!

-yayfulness

A:

Dear happynessness,

jacques.png

-Inverse Insomniac

PS - Why I put some Kirby Crackle in the bottom left I cannot tell you, but it just felt right for some reason.

A:

Dear yayfulness,

JacquesBaby.jpg

-El-ahrairah & Owlet

A:

Dear yay,

 20170425_122759.jpg

-Cognoscente

A:

Dear yayfulness,

jacques and moose_1.jpg

Earnestly,
Waldorf and Sauron 

A:

Dear yayfulness,

What, like, just for exposure? Art ain't free, pal.

- D.A.R.E.

A:

Dear yayfulness,

The man? Jacques Ibert, French composer of the mid-twentieth century.

The burger? One of the burgers of Bob's Burgers, the most delicious in all of cartoon history.

The moose? Franz S. Moose, distinguished and respected by all moosekind.

Together, these three companions traveled the width and breadth of southwestern Nova Scotia, as depicted in the award-winning miniseries Moosibergur.

We present to you tonight a screenshot from that miniseries, which has sadly been lost to the annals of history:

IbertMooseBurger.png

-Frère Rubik

A:

Dear yayfulness,

Your question phrasing "could you draw me" reads closer to "Could you draw a picture of me? I'm a guy named Jacques riding a moose while eating a hamburger" than a sentence construction of, for example, "Could you draw for me a picture of a hypothetical man named Jacques riding a moose while eating a hamburger."

Don't kill me,

The Messenger

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Dear yayfulness,

My wife is the artistic one, so she took this on:

liberte.png

~Professor Kirke