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It's official - the Draw Something craze is taking over the world. Having topped the app charts, won mass praise and notched up a whopping 50 million downloads in just 50 days, it is now the fastest growing mobile game in history. If you've wondered where your friends have been recently, we'd bet they've probably been playing this.
But while most of our drawings don't venture much further than stick men and squiggles, there are those people who manage to put us all to shame with their mobile works of art. We've pulled together a veritable selection over the next few pages, as well as a few top class efforts from MSN readers as well. Think you can do better? We want to see them! Email us your best at email@example.com and you may just see your masterpiece in a future article.
In the meantime, take a look through the following and let us know your favourites over on Facebook.
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I love the game, I love Art but my drawings are nowhere near as good as these.
I am thinking though that they must have been done on a large screen ipad for example, not the phone - to get so much detail.
they are all brilliant pictures, but so overthought. eg steve jobs for apple, when why not just draw an apple? which is probably only worth one coin anyway lol
people with too much time on their hands
Or is it just the cherry picked selection which MSN staff have been given to use?
When I draw, I draw from real life, with real feeling, and freely give my images to the person drawn. <dotarty.blogspot.com>
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