– So I don’t know about you guys, but I’m pretty psyched for another episode of Drawfee Variety Hour. – Yeah, the first one was pretty fun. – Julia and Nathan, you guys ready, ready to go on this? – Let’s do this, I’m ready for it. – Did you, did you get a new haircut Nathan? – Something’s different. – Yeah somethings… – Is the beard… – I think it’s the beard. – The beard. – I trimmed it a little bit. – You trimmed it longer? – It’s a little bit…wait minute. – Wait, you’re not Nathan! – You’re not Nathan! – You’re Adam! – Adam! – Adam c’mon. – I’m sorry. – Well it’s the Drawfee Variety Hour! One whole hour of Drawfee, it’s not forty minutes, I don’t know what people are talking about, it’s not forty minutes at all! It’s featuring the real Nathan Yaffe.It’s also featuring the very real Julia Lepetit. And as always Jacob as Jacob. Without further ado, it’s time for art to happen, to us, the people watching the art happen. (light hearted music in background) – Welcome to the Drawfee Variety Hour everyone, it’s the show where we take three random challenges and make even randomer art. – Yeah! – Yep. – I just came up with that on the fly, what did ya think? – That was pretty good. – That was good. – Even randomer? – I liked it – You liked it… – Even randomer. – That was good? – Yeah. – I like it to be as random as possible. – It was pretty good – How are you guys doing today? – Pretty good. I, so, it was a haircut that was different? – I got a beard trim. – Right, right, right. – Oh yeah, right. – Trimmed longer. – Right, right, right. – I got it trimmed longer. – Little trim, little dye. – Yeah. – It looks great. – Its a good look. So glad that Adam’s out of here. – Well guys. – Thanks for noticing guys, I was worried that you wouldn’t notice and I appreciate that you did.- You’re welcome. It looks good on you. – Cool, yeah. – Thanks. – I’m your host today, I’m Jacob. (clapping) And I’m joined as always by my beautiful compatriots, Julia and Nathan. – Hello there. – Hi. – And we’re doing the dang Drawfee Writing Hour. – I can’t take anything seriously with the beard. – Should I take it off? – With his beard trim? – I mean no, you go for it man. – No I’m taking it off. – It was fake! What! – Unbelievable. – What the hell! – Yeah that’s fine, that’s where it belongs. I kind of wanted to wear it but that’s fine too.Throw it back there. – Oh man, I kind of wish we could do that. – Yeah, I’m grabbing it later. – Yeah, definitely grab it later. Guys we got a bunch of fun challenges coming up for you. We’ve got some plans, we’ve got some things. – Uh huh. – And I’m up first. – Yep. – What’s today’s theme? – Oh today’s theme. – We have a theme. – We got to have a theme. – You got to have a theme. – You can’t do anything without a theme. – When you have a variety hour. Yeah. – Today’s theme is ’90s cartoons. – Wow – Oh. – Everyone’s favorite era. – I remember the ’90s. I don’t know if anyone else does. – I remember the ’90s. – Yeah? – Yeah. – It’s weird, I don’t. I don’t remember the ’90s.- Oh. – And I know I was born, I know I was living, but I have no memory of it until the year 2000. – Wow. – My first memory is Y2K. – That’s a tragic tale that you should write up and put online somewhere. – That’s really sad. – It is really sad. But you know what’s not sad… – All those lists, you’re not going to get ’em. – I don’t get any of them, I don’t even see anything, I just see static, when I pull up a screen.- That’s sad. – That ominous, yeah. – It’s pretty ominous, I think it probably means something really bad. – Yep. – Yeah. – But, I’m still going to do a drawing challenge about it. – Yeah. – Heck yeah. – And you know that before we do any drawing, there’s one thing we got to do. We got to, – Spin that wheel! – Spin that wheel! (all yelling ooh) – Jeez. – Woo. – Every time. – It seems like it lingers on it too, like a bit longer. – Yeah in some, yeah it gets my blood pressure up. – Yeah. – I’ve been told… – Yeah. – That my blood pressure… – The wheel has an agenda. – I, you know, I think it’s great, I think it’s important to live with excitement. – Yep. – Yeah, yeah. – Keeps me on edge, on the edge of my seat, doesn’t let me get too merlaxed. – You don’t want to get too merlaxed. (laughing) Definitely not. I’m doing the Mirror Challenge. – I think merlaxed is a Pokémon. – Merlaxed yeah. It’s a mermaid snorlax. – Yeah. – Or laxative or some kind. (audience laughs) – Oh the audience loves Pokémon. – Loves it. – Loves Pokémon.Today’s not Pokémon, today’s ’90s cartoons day. – Yeah. – Please get on subject. – Pokémon’s was in the ’90s. – Yeah, Pokémon was in the ’90s. – Nathan I’m going to need you to shut up. – Okay. – Julia, you can keep talking. – All right cool, thanks. – I’m doing the Mirror Challenge. I’m going to take some ’90s cartoon characters from you guys. – Okay. – And I’m going to draw half of them on the left side of this canvas. – Oh, that means I have to remember the ’90s. – Oh. – You do have to remember the ’90s because I cannot. – We’re remembering it for you. – Yeah. – And then I’m going to copy, paste and flip, and make the other half out of the half I made. So it’s symmetrical and it’s probably going to be really good, if I have to guess. – Yeah. – Yeah. – My biggest problem is just human error when I draw.- Yeah, yeah. – Making the two halves different. – That’s why… – And when you flip the canvas it looks all gross, but you’re not going to have that issue. – I’m just going to have the computer do it. – Yeah. – Yeah. – Just do it for me. – Yep. – I’ve got on my Faintest Infinity Gauntlet. – Yep. – Mm mm. – That let’s me draw just like Thanos’ famous glove that he loved so much. – Thanos? – Thanos. – Thanos? – Thanos’ famous glove that he puts on his hand and he shows it off and everyone… – You’re choosing to pronounce it Thanos. – Famous Thanos. – Everyone loves it. – Famous Thanos. (laughing) Famous glove. – My favorite mall brand. – Somebody give me a character to draw.- Julia do you want to give a character? Or shall I give a character? – I’ll give a character first. – You give a character. – Okay, when I think of the ’90s, I think of, Bubbles from… – Bubbles? – From Powerpuff Girls. – Okay is a symmetrical character. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I thought start you off easy. – Yeah. – So I drew a perfect half circle.- Yeah, don’t you dare cross that line. – Oh no! – This is not the brush. – You’re going to get a pumpkin. – Nope, it’s good. – Okay, okay? – It’s not the brush I wanted. – Yep. – But I can change this. I can fix this. – Bubbles got real fuzzy. – Bubbles is going to have… – Fuzzy Bubbles. – A little divot in the middle of her head also. (laughing) – No, it’s going to be perfect. Shut up. – Okay. – And then she’s got to have big eyes. – Yes. – Yep. – Like this. – That’s pretty good actually. – Great. – That is good, yeah. – Sugar, spice and everything nice. – And then the happy smile. – Awe. – Awe. – Yeah. – Oh. (laughing) – Oh, no, she’s a bug now. – She’s the one with pig tails.Like two chicken thighs. (laughing) And then yeah rectangle body. – Yeah. – Arms are just like this. – Legs. – Legs are like this. – Oh no. – Oh. – Oh dear. – Shoes. – Sure. – Like that. Looks like a finger. – Looks like one.. – One big toe. – Sleeves. – Did they have sleeves? – She does. – Probably. – This one does. – This is Bubbles. – This is Bubbles. – Do you want to erase that little bit? On the right there? – You told me I couldn’t. Can I? – Yeah, just erase past that line. – Just that little bit. – Okay. – Okay. – That’s perfect. – Okay, let’s see how I did. I’m going to take this Bubs, I’m a do a copy, paste. – Oh! Oh, she’s vibrating now. – Then we’re going to flip it. – Yep. (hysterical laughter) – Just like that. There she is. – Oh this is a good challenge. Oh! – Everyone’s friend, everyone’s favorite Powerpuff girl Bubbles. – You see that coming and you’re like, bad guys beware. – The day is saved. – She’s in the middle of like a myosis.- Oh my goodness. – She is a cell splitting into a second cell. – Literally becoming a second Bubbles. – Ah, Bubbles, no! – Oh my god. – Okay. I’m going to need another. – Okay, Jacob. – You got one for me, Nathan? – Another. – Yeah I got one. – Give me more. – I mean who here can forget that disgusting wiggly Klasky Csupo style animation of the Rugrats. – The Rugrats, yes. So I would like for you, for me, to draw. – Yes. – Angelica. – I don’t remember what Angelica looks like. She’s just like Bubbles but gross. (laughing) – Wow, a hard take on Angelica.- It shouldn’t be too hard for you. You kind of already drew that. – She has kind of like a head like this. – Oh. – Does she though? – And she’s got like a bigger… – She’s got… – Mouth, right? – Yeah, she’s got one of the… – With like kid teeth. – This is one of the Ganggreen Gang from Powerpuff again. – That’s going to be half the nose. And then, what are, Rugrat eyes, Rugrat eyes are just kind of like this? This Clarence. – You’ve drawn Clarence not from the ’90s. – Not from the ’90s. – But I would like to think of Clarence as sort of a throw back. – But she’s mad because of the dumb babies. – Yeah. – Yeah, those dumb babies are always… – And then she also has pigtails. – Yeah. – Which again are just chicken thighs. This is (laughing). What are Rugrats, the bodies look like? Just like babies. – Yeah, they’re sort of, well she was a little bit… – She’s not a baby. – She’s a little bit older, so. – Okay. – Okay, yeah no just keep going. – Oh she had the tutu. – Yeah, she had a little tutu.- She had a tutu like Cynthia who was a really cool dancer. – Hey guys, I’m Cynthia. – And then she had, like this is like her, you know the fit of a shaking fist. – Yeah. – I hate babies! – Babies! – She was a physically imposing figure. – Yeah, scared the babies half to death. – Where is the dear? – Okay, let me clean up some of these lines. – Yeah, go for it. – And ah… – Jacob, thank you for doing this for me. – You’re welcome. I’m glad that I was able to make this perfect. – And some residual beard hair. Thank you Julia. – Another beard on your beard. There you go. – I’m fusing with the hairs. – Oh I can’t wait to see, oh, yep. – Okay here we go. – It’s going to come to a point at the top.- Yeah. – Is what’s going to happen. – Is it? (laughing) – Oh she hates the babies so! – The crew loves it. – She got her wisdom teeth pulled, recently. Her cheeks are just like out here. – A bit of a swollen face. – You dumb babies. – Her skull is so small. – You removed the middle of my skull. How did you do this? – Classic babies prank. They’ll get you with that every time. – Oh my god. – Yeah I mean this is definitely invoking the same sort of body horror that Rugrats reminds me of, whenever I think of Rugrats. – Yeah definitely. – Yeah. – This is it, this Angelica – So you did it. Good job. – Can I get one more? Can I get one more ’90s cartoon? – Yeah. Okay. Jacob. – Yes. – I would like for you to draw, the lovable bully that is Helga Pataki of Hey Arnold! – That’s another pigtail. – Yeah. – You only gave me pigtails! – Yeah. – They’re the most, it’s the most symmetrical hair. – Yeah. – Helga G. Pataki. She had like a round head, and big eyebrows.- Well this, – Well… – It was a singular. – Oh it’s one. – It’s sort of one… – One eyebrow. – It’s yeah, it’s sort of a contiguous omni brow. – And she was mad but not at babies at Arnold. – Yeah. – And she had a nose kind of like this. – She’s going to be looking (laughing) – I love that. – No. Oh and she was always yelling too about you know, Football Head you better… – Move. – Move. – She wanted him to move. – I want you to move. – She spends the entire into calling for him and then once he shows up, she yells at him to move, and then he does, very graciously. – It’s a commentary. – He’s a very polite boy, if I recall. – Yeah, he is. – And then Helga’s longer, she’s not a baby.- This is a team girl squad. – This is a team girl squad. She’s long and she’s mad. – Oh yeah. – Yeah. – And she’s got that. – Wow, she’s got thick arms! – Yeah, she’s got thick arms for giving a noggie to Arnold, that stupid nerd that everyone hates. – Arnold that stupid nerd that everyone hates. – Her famous dis, definitely wasn’t Football Head. – Oh. – Oh, thick legs. – Strong legs, those are for kicking, for kicking Arnold’s ass. Someone’s got to do it. – Remember that episode… – He’s been asking for it. – Where Helga just whales at Arnold for 30 minutes. – Full 30 minutes. – Uninterrupted.- No cuts. – The episode before that was a training montage of her just doing leg day. Leg day and only leg day. – Yeah. – Yeah it was a weird like two episode arc. – Yeah. – Okay, let me flip. Let me flip the helms. – I’m excited for this one. – There we go. – That’s great. – That’s Helga. – That’s Helga. – Don’t tell me that’s not Helga. – It does Helga in the mid. – This is, this might be the best one of the three. – Well you see I’ve learned, I’ve been learning through this process. – Yeah. – Much like Helga trained her leg, for kicking Arnold in the ass. I’ve trained my hand for drawing ’90s cartoons and now I’m a master. – Oh boy. You did it. I think you successfully completed the challenge for sure.- Yeah. – Thank you. – I had a wonderful time. – Thank you. (crowd cheering) – Well the audience agrees – Thank you, thank you. Thank you everyone. – Thank you. – Thank you so much. – Well that’s the end of my challenge. – Yep. – I feel great. – And before we go to the next one though, which is going to be Julia’s? – Yes. – I believe? – I’m up next. – Our show wouldn’t be what it is without our wonderful sponsors who pay to have this show be on the air on television like it is.- Yep. – So let’s here a word from our sponsor today. – That’s right Jacob! Today’s Drawfee Variety Hour is brought to you by Cham Clowder, made with cham one hunder percent. That’s what the reviews say. When I first tried Cham Clowder, I was but a wee lad and my parents said to me, you’re Cham Clowder, however you apply it to your body or existence will make you grow big and strong. And thus I did. I became what the Cham Clowder destined of me. And that too, can be you. Back to the show. – That was, I think my favorite sponsor so far. – Yeah. – I know we’re not allowed to pick favorites, right? – No. – Yeah. – If I was to pick a favorite…- We love all our sponsors equally if any of them are watching. – Yes and any future sponsors, we could love them more. – I just remember before Tony became who he was destined to become thanks to Cham Clowder, he sucked! – Yeah he was way worse. – Yeah. – He sucked so bad and now he’s like basically perfect. – It was really bad. – It was really bad, even Tony. – I would have never said that to him at the time, but now that he’s so much better, I feel like we can talk about it. – Yeah. – Yeah, it’s like we can look back and laugh. – Yeah. – Yeah. You know that felt like a special moment in Tony’s life, you know, when he discovered that, but we have a special message.I have special words. – A special word just came in? – A special word. – Did a bird deliver it to you? – It was flying through the studio, it’s all loose. No, we got word from our producer. – Oh yeah. – The big one? – The producer. – The big producer. – Okay. The big producer. – That’s very special. – That we have a special message, that’s right, special word for special message. – This sounds special. – This sounds special. – I know and you know, we got to, we got to see what it is. – We got to see what it is. – We got to see what it is. Let’s pull it up. – Let’s check it out. – Yeah can we see? (upbeat music) (Feet, feet, feet, feet, feet, feet, feet, feet, feet, feet) (laughing) – Is that, what? – Turns out the special word was feet.- Is what? Did we like focus test or something and found out we had the… – Listen we can’t question the wisdom of the producer. – I guess the big producer knows – That wasn’t a sponsor, that was a special message from our producer. – I’m pretty sure she made that, herself. – I think it’s an important to be aware of, of feet. – Yeah. – We use them everyday. – Yeah. – We don’t appreciate them enough.- Maybe that’s what it means. – I’m really glad that on this show. – I can’t even begin to know. – We focus on the important issues, like feet. I want to move on from feet. – Yes can we. Can we please. – Yeah, I, let’s distract me with challenge… – Oh yeah. – And in order to get that challenge, you know what we have to do is… – Spin that wheel! – Spin that wheel! (wheel spinning) – Again. – I’m always relieved. – It’s weird that the one it picks is always right after that. – That’s what I was saying, like it does, like it seems like its one there more times.It’s not, it can’t be. – It can’t be, because it’s a physical wheel. – It’s a physical wheel that we all know and see. – Yeah. – Yeah we see it on the screen and we spin it, so it can’t be. – Yeah. – And it’s, I don’t know at this point, we’ve gotten so close to it, that like, I kind of want to dab it, you know what I mean. – You almost want it, you know. – You almost want it. – You almost just… – Yeah. – Just like to ease the awkwardness. – Like I don’t, but I get where you’re coming from. – Yeah – Yeah, thank you. – I appreciate that. – Yeah I appreciate that. – Like from just from a purely anticipator standpoint. – Yeah. – Yeah. – I mean, I’m glad that it’s not.- Well you know to each their own. – Yeah. – Julia what challenge are you doing? – I’m doing the Marionette Challenge. – What’s that mean? – It means that I’m going to have to… – Oh wait, is that why I have this gesture costume. – Oh! Yeah. – You just have that? – I just have that. – Yeah, if you could just like pop that on for me.- Yeah let me just get this on real quick. – Do you always have it. Do you want to move the mic? – Is that always just like in your pocket? (laughing) – Is this like a just in case, like a rainy day gesture outfit? – Oh it looks fabulous. – He’s not explaining it and that makes it even worse to me. – Yeah. – I’m a little on edge after the feet video. – Well the mic I had to push the mic away so I could. – Yeah sure, sure. – Yeah, this is just, I don’t know sometimes I have these premonitions that I’m going to need things.- Yep. – And so today was bring your gesture outfit, to the recording. – To work, to work day. – Yeah. – Yeah. – Well thank you Nathan for getting that costume on, because how this works is that I’m going to draw something using you as my drawing implement. – I’m that Marionette. – You’re the Marionette now. – Yeah. So if Adam, Adam. – Adam! – Adam! Adam goddammit you were supposed to be ready with this. – I’m sorry. We’re going to talk about this later.- Should I come over there? – Yeah, come over here. So we have these. I guess I have to figure out also what I want to draw. – Oh yeah, it’s got to be a ’90s cartoon character. – Yeah Jacob do you have any ideas to what I should draw. – I’ve got an idea. – Okay, what do you think. – How do you feel about Rocko? And Rocko’s Modern Life? – I don’t remember what Rocko looks like. – He’s a wallaby! – If you could just pop that on for me please. – You got to draw Rocko, it’s better if you don’t remember it. – (laughing) I remember he wears a button up shirt, which feels very appropriate for me. – He wears a Hawaiian shirt. – Yeah he wears a buttoned up Hawaiian shirt. – And no pants and he’s a wallaby – Okay, all right, Nathan. – I’m ready. – I’m going to need you. – I’m ready to be your vessel, through which your creativity will flow. – Yeah. – Channel your divine energy through Nathan.- All right please put this in, you all right? Put this in your drawing hand. I’ve uncapped it already. – Thank you. – Okay, so I’m going to have to, basically how this is going to work, please give me your other arm. Thank you. – Why do you need both? – So that I can gesture. – What’s the other one for? Oh a grand gesture. – Aww! – Behold! – So. – I love this. I never want this to end. – So the way this is going to work is that, I over here. – Yes. – Have to draw using Nathan, and I’m going to have to draw Rocko on that piece of paper.- Yes correct. – So, I’m going to drop this, unless you think we should hold the pad with that arm. – Julia. – Well, I guess we’ll see. – You’re driving this… – Okay. – Bus. – I legitimately don’t remember what Rocko looks like. Okay. – Even better. – So, all right you got that pen gripped in tight? – Yeah. – All right, let’s drop that down. I’m going to… Oh they got noses right? (laughing) – No! I mean technically yes… – Okay. – But not like this! – We have the beginnings of the button up shirt. – This is Ziggy! (laughing) – This looks like a rejected peanuts character.- Okay, we need the other button up. Wait, yep, there we go. – Honestly the line work, I’m impressed by. – Julia has a very steady hand. I’m not doing, this is all Ju… – Doing a great job. Okay yeah there’s, Rocko’s… – It’s so wrong. – He’s characteristics round body. – I’m becoming a better artist in this process. – He’s penguin shaped bod. – Oh, sorry. – Why did you pick it up! – I thought you, I thought that’s what you were doing. – No. – Okay. – Okay. – I’m trying. – We should try ears. (laughing) – You’re drawing your dog. Every time you try to draw, you draw your dog.- Okay. – Okay, that one’s pointy. That’s a pointy one. – Okay, we got to get a nose. Nope. (laughing) – Is that what you wanted? – Did you ever watch Rocko’s Modern Life? – That’s what is felt like. – Okay, so now… – Oh no, what’s that! What’s that! What’s that! What is that! What’s that! – What were we going for there? – I was just going for a dot eye. – Okay. – Okay now we have to do the mouth. – He has teeth coming out of his cheek. (laughing) – All right, we got to get them short sleeves now.- Rocko’s been in an accident. – Okay, there we go, he looked really jacked now. – He does, he’s got like squaring up. Like he caught you talking to his girlfriend at the bar and he’s squaring up. – Okay, we got to get. – Sorry. – How dare you. – My big stupid sleeve got caught on the pad. – Okay let’s draw this other leg. Yep. – That was really good. – Thank you. – Yeah, this is good. – That one was really good Julia. – I’m going to draw a tail because I remember he has a tail. So we’re going to, yep. – Right, okay, sure. – Okay, we’ve got to draw another hand. And then we got to get some flowers because its Hawaiian. – Oh yeah, of course. – There it is. There’s the flowers. That’s what flowers… That’s what flowers look like. – I think that’s Rocko. – Where’s his eyes! – He’s got the teeth.- That’s just teeth coming out of his face. – That’s his seeing teeth. – All right. – Is he going to have eyes? – Yeah. (laughing) – I feel like… – I want to just… – Like a better artist. – Stand this up… – For having done this. – And show. – And I helped. – A perfect rendition of Rocko from the famous show Rocko’s Modern Life. – I love this Rocko. – Rocko after the accident. It changed him forever. Post crisis Rocko. (laughing) – No, it is, cause that’s the thing that Bishop has. He’s the mutant M over his eye. – Oh it’s the mutant M. – So that is post crisis Rocko. – It’s post crisis Rocko. – This is Rocko that gets sent back in time, to kill all of the rest of the characters, to keep the future from happening. – Oh my god. – Of course it is. – The new series. – I accidentally drew something phallic here. – Oh yeah that’s a… – Yeah whoops. – That’s a chode. – That’s a chode. – For sure. Is this challenge done? – I think it’s done. – I think you did. – Did I draw Rocko? – We drew Rocko.- We drew Rocko. (hands slap) Yeah, wait, I’ll high five myself. – Yeah! – That is beautiful. – Oh perfect, alright so I think you’re up next. – So I can just stay seated. – So you can stay seated. – Oh my god. – Great. – I have to recover. – We are going to have to hear a word from our… – Yeah. – Sponsors though. – We absolutely should hear a word from our sponsors. Let’s… – Let’s do that. – Let’s do that. – Guess who it is! It’s Cham Clowder! It’s always Cham Clowder. There’s a knock at the door, it’s Cham Clowder! You open a cabinet, there it is, Cham Clowder again! Late night, you’re walking down the street, and you have a feeling that you’re being followed, you keep checking behind you and there’s nothing there, you turn back around, it’s Cham Clowder! Everywhere you look! It’s Cham Clowder! And that’s what I like best about it! When I fulfilled my destiny, I was relieved to know that the Cham Clowder would always be there because I had become Cham Clowder, a product brought to you by reviews.Yes that’s right, they said the nice thing about themselves. – I have tears on my face. – That’s the Cham Clowder. – From the… – Cham Clowder sounds like sort of an Eldritch entity, sort of based on that last description. It’s always behind you, it’s like… – Yeah – Always there. – It’s like an it’s follows. – It’s in every cabinet and every drawer. – So it’s yeah. I’m glad they’re on our side. I’m glad they like the show. – For now. – And wanted to put their name on it. Ah it’s me. – Hey – It’s you. – Hey Nathan. – I get to do one. – Yes. – You guys both did such good job with your challenges, you set the bar real high for me, but I’m ready to spin that wheel! (wheel spins) – I mean really, like I just, I just want to get there.- Bug? – Bug. – It does say bug. – It says bug. – It does say bug. – I do want to see what bug means. – What’s bug? – What’s bug? – It says bug. – What do you do for bug? – Adam? – Adam. – We’ve just gotten objects. We’ve gotten mirror, marionette and bug. – What do you do for bug Adam? – Adam’s what’s bug? – Oh my gosh. Okay, this is. – Oh that’s a box of bugs. – This is a whole. – Its a whole thing. Yeah, you want to just flip that. – Just flip it around. – Okay, let’s do this, let’s do it this way. – Yeah. – Let’s do it this way. – Okay, yeah. – Okay. This is a box of bugs. – That’s a box of bugs. – It’s a box of bugs. – ’90s kids remember… – Box of bugs. – Bugs. – Adam is he supposed to make a character out of bugs, is that? – Is this glue? – Is that what it is? – This is Tacky Glue.Okay. – Whatever you wish. – Is he supposed to make a character out of bugs Tony? – I’m supposed to make… – Is that what it is? – Tony. – Tony? Anyone? – Tony what’s. – I don’t make the rules, I’m trapped her like the rest of you. – I guess I’ve got to use the bugs to make something. – Make, make a character. – Make a character. – Make a ’90s character out of bugs. – Okay. – Yeah, what ’90s character are you going to make out of bugs? – Well immediately just iteratively I’m thinking Doug. – Oh. – Oh that’s not good. – Oh that’s not an alliteration – That’s rhyming, what did I say. – It’s rhyming . – Listen, I’ve got a lot of bugs in front of me. (laughing) – Let’s just see, Okay, I’ve got to put them on their back. – So you… – You got to put those bugs on their backs please. – Is that a glue, is that glue? – This is glue.- Are you just gluing bugs to a… – This is ah…listen. – To a poster board? – A true artist never blames their tools. – Yeah. – Their tools is bugs. – Their tools is bugs. – This time around. – I’m going to try it. – So you’re making a Doug out of bugs. – I’m going to try to. – You’re going to make Doug bug. – I’m going to make Doug bug. Bug Doug? – Dig Doug. – Dig Doug. My favorite ’90s. – I hate how those bugs look. – Yeah. – I’m just going to be honest with you. They look like real dead bugs. – Yeah. – Are they? – It’s upsetting. – I don’t know. – They smell like really dead bugs. – What does a dead bug small like? – Didn’t your friend ever have a lizard? You never think about crickets having smell until.- Wait hold on, didn’t your friend ever have lizard? – Didn’t you ever have a lizard friend? – Did your friend ever have a lizard? – Didn’t you ever have a lizard friend? – You might be a redneck if… – The best nice thing about this glue is it’s still sort of wet, so it’s easier to manipulate. I’m worried that when I pick this up to show people, all the bugs are going to fall. – Are going to come to life. – That’s fine. – All the bugs are going to come to life.- And attack you. – Yeah. – I’m worried about that too. – Because you never, you never think about the way crickets smell, like you… – Yeah, you’re right. – You see one cricket, you see one cricket, and you think, that doesn’t smell like anything, but you get a bunch of crickets together. – What! – They smell pretty bad. – Is this your lizard friend again? – Yeah. – Had a bunch of crickets together? – Well to feed their lizard. – What do the smell like? – Bad! – They just small bad. – They smell real bad. – Do they smell like the ones that you’re holding? – Yeah. – These are roaches. – Can I have one. – You can have this one, cause there’s no way I’m going to use this one. – Oh. – That’s a cicada. – Oh. – That’s a big one. – That’s a big cicada. – It’s a cicada everyone. – What does it smell like? – Plastic. – Let me smell it.- Smell the cicada. – Oh it smells like 1000 crickets. I didn’t know Nathan, but now I do. It smells like 1000 crickets! – I like that you had the option for those like those, paper, those paper bugs. – They’re weren’t enough of them. – There aren’t enough of them. – Get that off of here. This is my canvas. (bugs humming) – Get that off of here! – The bug is drawn to other bugs. – Jacob. – And wants to be a part of the bugs. – Invasion of the bugs. I would like at least one butterfly in this. – Okay, we’ll figure out a way to use the butterfly. – You can’t just keep using the crickets. Oh, one of them just moved in the box and it was really unsettling. – These are roaches, they’re not crickets. In any universe. – I keep saying crickets because that’s what Nathan said. – Nathan was just talking about how a bunch of crickets smell, it’s different. Adam what? – Adam. – What is that? – What.. – Why are you bringing a plant over here? – What’s happening. – I’m just gong to move this. – Okay. – Shift this over here. – What’s the plant for? – What that? – Are you putting the bugs in the plant? – What are you doing? Are you giving us more bugs? – This is for the camera.I’m assuming I was off center on the above camera. Adam. – Well whose fault was that, you set it up! – Sorry. – Unbelievable. – You can’t come in here blaming Nathan. – Give me this plant. – First you tried to be Nathan, then you tried to blame Nathan. When will it end. – Can’t believe you. I’m taking this plant. – Don’t touch our plant ever again. – Don’t, don’t. – I don’t want to know what you did with it. – Don’t. – Over there. What was it doing over there? – Oh. – I don’t trust that guy.- There’s no way this is going to stick. – Oh there’s a bat in there! – That’s not a bug! – That’s not a bug! – Oh (laughing). Oh, that was upsetting. Hey, where’d did that cicada go? – Oh he’s in here, do you want him? – Yeah can I have him… – Oh, I’m going to put him in here. – This is Doug. – Oh he has a new home. – This is what Doug looks like right? No ones commented on my drawing. – Its…drawing? – Drawing? – This is a drawing. – Is this a drawing? – He’s got a nose and eyes.- I think the most messed up part is that this is the best likeness we’ve gotten… – All day. – Like by a pretty large margin and you’re making it entirely out of fake dead roaches. Which are disgusting. – He’s got a little ear right? Doug. He’s got like real little ears. I remember that. – Yeah, he’s got little ears. – I can’t wait for all of these to slide down. – It’s just going to melt as soon as I lift it up, but… – I think it’s going to stick, I think it’s going to work and we’ll be able to frame this and put it on our fridge with a gold star, cause you did such a good job. – I don’t want this many even fake roaches. – You said you wanted the butterfly on there, that’s going to be his bow tie. – Awe yeah. – You know how Doug always wore a bow tie. – Doug’s famous bow tie. – Yeah. – That one outfit he wore, with the bow tie. – With the bow tie. – Maybe if Doug changed his clothes once and a while, he wouldn’t be so depressed.- Hey Doug you ever consider wearing something besides a fuckin sweater vest. – No one feels good in a sweater vest. That’s you’re problem right there. That’s why Patty Mayonnaise doesn’t want to hang out with you. – Oh you’re going for a bod. – He’s hanging out with Skeeter. – I’m just going to keep going until we run out of bugs. – There’s a lot of bugs. – That’s a whole box, I think there’s a rhino beetle in there, what is that? – I mean most of these bugs are unusable for drawing, but I do… – Got to say, pretty surprised you didn’t go for the stickers of which they’re are plenty, which probably would have been easier. (laughing) – But would they have been as fun? – Let’s give him some rosy cheeks. – What else is in there Jacob. – How do you feel about this guy? – How do you feel about that guy? – How do you feel about that guy? – It’s a praying mantis.- Can you give me that bat please. – The bat, bat, yeah. The insect of mammals, the bat. – I mean I think, – It’s not even floppy. I was hoping he would be floppy. – He’s not floppy. – He’s not floppy. – Oh you gave him freckles. – I gave him rosy cheeks. – Awe, he’s blushing. – Highlights for his eyes. – That’s definitely going to read as highlights for his eyes. – This is Doug. – I mean it basically is. – This is a weird shrine that you find in someone’s closet. – I don’t know what else to do. – Nothing, you don’t have to do anything. You’ve done it. – You made it good. – Tony made me feel stupid for not using the stickers, because I dint’ see the stickers because they were covered by bugs. – Well Tony’s perfect now and infallible in all things, so he’s probably right. – This is what he was destined to be.I’m going to try… – Lift it. – I’m going to try lifting it up, we’re going to watch Doug melt, before our very eyes. – No it’s going to stay. Place you’re bets right now in the comments, do you think Doug or does Doug melt. – Leave a comment, don’t cheat. – #Dougstay or #Doughmelt. – Okay ready, I’m giving you a second to leave your comment, okay. – Don’t cheat. – Doug stay! – Doug stay! – Dough stay! All you Doug stayers out there, thank you for believing in us. – Thank you for believing in me. – Smash that subscribe button if you liked it that Doug stay. – This is the most upsetting thing that I’ve ever seen.- I think his mouth is kind of maybe drifting a little bit, but. – Yeah, it’s doing a little bit of a… – This is so upsetting to look at. – You know the expression, like you’re face falls when you feel bad. – When you feel bad. – Well his is actually. – Yeah. – Slowly. Yeah, I can seem them. They are starting to drift. – They’re beginning a migration. – I’m going to… – All the bugs being upright. – I’m going to put it down. – A southward migration. – You should put it down. – Nathan amazing job. – Thank you. – You made a very passable Doug our of a bunch of bugs. – I had fun. – Which, is that art? I guess? – Yeah. – I never thought I would be doing that. – I didn’t either. – And here we are. – In my life. – Yeah. – So. – We all learned something today. – We all learned something today, just like in a ’90s cartoon, there’s usually a soft moral. What happens next. Oh. Well guys we finished all the challenge, so you know what that means. – I know what that means. – It means it’s time for our fan art spotlight. – Yeah, we’re back to the fan art corner where this time…- Anything so I don’t have to look at Doug. – Yeah can we put Doug to the side or something. Can we get Doug out of here? I don’t want to look at Doug. – I just don’t want it, there, it’s got wet glue on it. Is the thing. – Yeah. – I’m just going to prop it up. – Just right over there. – Over there. – That’s perfect. – Perfect. – We got actual fan art this time.(laughing) – Nathan, wait, come over here, you got some like stuff on your face. – He’s got beard on his beard. – You got beard on your beard. – I still have beard on my beard. – Oh I wanted the beard. – Yeah there we go. – It’s back there. – Oh I wanted the beard. – You’ll get it someday. – You’ll get it someday, when you’re ready. We got to look at fan art. – We got to look at fan art. – We got real fan art this time, not from Korena, who doesn’t count. We got an awesome piece, who’s it from Tony? – This piece is from Trizzi, in parenthesis Lola from Florida. Also, there’s a happy face in there. We left it in there to communicate the emotion of smiles. – That’s my favorite emotion. – Doug’s, hold on, can we, I have to… (laughing) – Oh no! #Dougmelters win. They win the long game. – They won the long game. – Oh my god. – Oh no! – Wow.- No, Doug, no Doug! – Amazing. – Sorry to distract from… – Sorry Trizzi. – From Trizzi’s very good fan art. – Let’s get back to the fan art, if we can. – So Jacob you drew yourself with a Pokémon team a while ago. – I did yeah. – And this is a fan art of that drawing, right? – I drew myself with the rudest team that I could think of, all the rudest mons. – Yeah, those are some rude mons. – And Trizzi did an amazing job with this like action pose of me riding my Pangoro. – Oh hell yeah. – Into battle with all my rude pokes to fucking dis your gem.- The mood in this piece is so good. – Yeah I love the lighting, I was going to say. – The Lighting is amazing, the depth. – Yeah, it’s awesome. – I love this. – Excellent job Trizzi, thank you so much for submitting. – Yeah. – And if you want to submit fan art, you can go to Drawfee.com/submissions. – Yeah! – Yeah! – Way to remember that URL. – Good memory. – Thank you, I was trying to remember if it was singular or plural and I was looking to Adam for a confirmation and he gave me a good head shake, so we’re good.- Al right, yeah, thank you so much Trizzi. – Yeah that’s awesome. – We love seeing the fan art. And now it’s time for the mail bag. – The mail bag. – We were told by the producer to not get it too close to our eyes. – Yeah it said don’t get the Mailbag too close to your face or eyes, which makes me really… – And gave no further explanation. – This burlap sack is from the Middle Ages I think.- Oh it’s shedding everywhere. – So. – Oh. – Oh god. – I understand. – I don’t want to breath it. – Oh it’s all over your pants. – I don’t want to breath it, I’m afraid, okay. – All right let’s take a look, oh we got so many… – So many good mails. – So many mails, so many good mails from real people. – These all came through the post. – I’m going to just, just going to open one or them. – Yeah, open up one. – I’m going to open up. – Who’s that one from? Does it say on the front? – It does but it’s wrong. – Oh, okay. – Here comes. – It’s amazing that it got here. – Wow. – It’s your own phone! – They mailed you your own phone. – They mailed me my own phone. This mail comes to us from Destiny from Missouri. – Destiny from Missouri. – Which does sound like a short story I would have had to read in tenth grade English class. – Yeah. – I got my destiny from Cham Clowder. (laughing) – You sure did – This isn’t the time Tony.- What’s it say. – Destiny says, what about the others artistic style and capabilities are you most impressed by? – Oh it’s a nice question. – That’s nice, we’re going to compliment each other. – We’re going to compliment each other. – Yeah. – I’ll go first. – Okay. – I’ll say a nice about each of you. – Yeah say me a nice. – Jacob I like how round and touchable all you’re drawings are. – Please don’t touch them. – I really like the ones you do for the beginnings of Drawfee videos.I like how you’re able to simplify forms so well. – Thank you. – They’re so very identifiable with just a few lines, and that’s something that I’m still working on in my own art. – Thanks Nathan that’s so nice. – Julia. – Say something nice about Julia. – Julia what can I say. You make stuff that is truly impressive all the time. – I do feel like I’m graduating right now, like this feels like… (Pomp and Circumstance Graduation Walking March humming) – What can we say about Julia. – Yeah, I mean, you’re general sense of color and light and shadow, I’m always so excited to see how you render my drawings because I know you’ll do a better job than I would have done and I like that.- Oh thank you Nathan. – How nice. – How nice. – We got to say nice things too. – You must say nice things about me. – Nathan. – Yes. – I like how you use bugs, to make Dougs. – Yeah can we get an update. – Doug is gone. – Can we get a Dougdate. – A Dougdate. – A quick Dougdate. – You lived fast and bright. – Can you turn that more for the camera please? – My dear sweet child.- You burned bright in the night’s sky. – You burned so bright. We’ll never forget you bug Doug. You’ll live forever in our hearts. – Oh goodness. – I’m sorry to who ever has to clean up these glue covered cockroaches. – It’s Adam. – It’s Adam. – It’s Adam. – But for real though, I like how. – No that was good. – I like how you’re like an artistic chameleon, you’re so good at emulating like other styles and making it look convincing and like adapting those styles into your own work. – Heck yean. – You got a good memory for like what things look like and shapes and so you can like pop out styles really convincingly, just like off the top of your head. – Thank you. – And it’s supper cool. – Love that. – Julia. – Hi. – I basically learned all of my like lighting and shadow tips from you. – Nice. – And so whenever I’m doing like shading, I’m just basically am thinking like what would Julia do to this. – Yay. – And also a bunch of Photoshop shortcuts that I was doing wrong, which was really helpful. – Here’s how I do lighting and coloring, is just, oh god, oh no, oh god, oh god, oh that looks nice.- That’s what I do too now. – That’s the that’s the. – Yep, that’s the way. – That’s what’s always going on. – All right you say nice things now. – In any artists mind. – Okay, I think the thing that I appreciate the most about Nathan’s like artistic skill is that Nathan can draw just anything off the top of your head. You can just like, you can go from drawing just like, dragons in an outfit, which always like blows my mind, which it happens a lot on this show to be fair. – I do draw clothed dragons. – It happens a lot on our like Twitch stream. To just like, like anything. You draw you know on the beans not too long ago, you drew a cool tiny lady. – We both drew cool tiny ladies. – We drew cool tiny ladies. – That was great. – But you can flow like so seamlessly from drawing like something very realistic to something that invokes such like a cheery light hearted mood.It’s cool. – Awe, thank you. – Jacob – And bug Doug. – And bug Doug, which. – Never forget. – Which R.I.P. bug Doug. You can take simple shapes and turn it into a whole character which is super impressive to me. You, I can’t look at you, is the deal though. No but really you can, if you get stuck, you just draw a shape and then commit to it and kind of flow from there and you can get something that is that was that the sound of a bug falling? Great. – Absolutely. If you hear a sound, its that… – If you hear a crinkling noise. – Yeah if you hear just a (squish sound).- Yeah. – One of the bugs fleeing from Doug’s visage. – But you can get such like a weight and feeling and a mood from starting off with like just a basic shape and that always blows my mind, so. – Thanks. – And you get a lot of like shape and turn with so few lines, it’s very impressive. – The old shape and turn. – The old shape and turn. – The old shape and turn. – Thanks Julia. And Nathan. – Thank you guys. – Thank you. – And thank you Destiny for giving us an excuse to just compliment each other a bunch. – Yeah. – Yeah, we just sit here and say nice things.- I wish we could have done that whole segment while the camera only showed the bugs falling off. – Slowly dripping. – I do just keep hearing the bugs fall, which like while we’re… – There’s something like really good about having this nice sincere moment while… – The bugs just fall in the back. – While disgusting, oh it’s doing like a turn. Wow. – Amazing. – Gravity is incredible. – Yeah. – We got to end this episode, so. – We do have to end the episode. Thank you so much for watching the Drawfee Variety Hour. Thank you to our sponsor, Cham Clowder for giving Tony his destiny. Thank you to bugs. – Thank you to bugs. – For existing. – And yeah, definitely submit your fan art and your questions to us. – Drawfee.com/submissions. – Yes. We love it and we did it and, and, – We are sorry! – We are sorry! 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