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An Irish girl has been drawing cute doodles of people on Twitter to raise loads of money for Dog's Trust

From doodles to donations.

MEGAN WRIGHT PUT up a tweet on 2 January asking a relatively harmless question.

Does anyone want me to draw a picture of them … I’ve been told my art looks hyper realistic.”

Here is a photo of Megan.

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Here is the drawing she did.

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Picasso-esque, no?

The demand for the portraits was unprecedented.



As a massive animal lover, Megan suddenly had an idea to capitalise on the success of the tweet, by asking for a small donation to Dog’s Trust for every drawing.

I mean, if you’re going to get a sore hand, you may as well help someone else while doing so right? (Minds out of the gutter, please).

Megan has done over 50 ‘hyper-realistic’ doodles already, raising over €200 and smashing her modest €100 goal.

Here’s my potrait in case anyone’s interested. (They aren’t).

DSyKnH8XkAAgwIJ Source: Twitter

To donate, just click the link here. If you want to request a drawing, just tweet Megan!

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