Twitter Artist Offers To Make Sketch Versions Of Users’ Profile Pictures—And The Results Are…Interesting

Twitter is often frustrating, sometimes beautiful, but always fodder for some sort of amusement.

One bored Twitter user decided to take things to the next level when on Saturday he tweeted:

Results poured in immediately.

There was this hollow-eyed girl:

But she was clocking her hair…

This perspective didn’t work out nearly as well in the sketch:

But she didn’t seem to mind…

The person in this sketch looks like a Martian thanks to the shape of his head:

And he wasn’t here for it either…

This guy looked oddly familiar:

Oh! That’s why…

Some people became inanimate objects:

We hate to break it to you, but…

This person took a risk:

And she got more than she bargained for…

Whereas this one got ready for filth by a sketch:

But he was cool with it…

We’re really digging the chestnut surrealism going on in this sketch:

As was he…

This neck may be unusually long:

But this person still loved it…

This guy’s head might be a thumb:

Which he was a little upset about…

This one brought back some childhood memories:

Which seemed to be appreciated…

This claw hand looked familiar:

Oh yeah…

She found it just as funny…

Now we all may be clamoring for our very own Anson original but we’re just going to have to wait.

H/T: Twitter

 

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Written by Dana Levinson

Dana Aliya Levinson is an actress, writer, and trans activist. She graduated with honors from the New School where she wrote extensively about political and ethnic identity in the middle-east. She was a 2014-2015 Dramatists Guild Fellow, and has written about politics and trans issues for The Huffington Post, Women's Health, Nylon, and The Notice Blog.