Color THIS coloring “contest”

I used to work with this one guy at my old job who is fun and ultra-talented and everything else.

One day I stopped by his desk and he wasn’t there, so I left him a sketch of a particular saint whose feast day it was that day. It was a cartoon version, cute but slightly silly.

Later I was like, “Hey, did you like my sketch?”

And he said he didn’t like it because his grandfather was prejudiced against that saint and the people that saint represented.

Humph.

Reminds me of:

Picture harvested from the internet of the classic, classic favorite by P.D. Eastman. P.D. Eastman drew it and wrote it and should be thanked.
Picture harvested from the internet of the classic, classic favorite by P.D. Eastman. P.D. Eastman drew it and wrote it and should be thanked.

ANYWAY.

I told my old coworker that I would draw him a new picture with saints that he liked more.

So, I did.

Behold:

A little night music in the carpentry shop.
A little night music in the carpentry shop.

Can you name all of the people in the image? Hint: it’s not historically accurate at all.

ALSO.

IF YOU WANT TO YOU CAN DOWNLOAD A COPY FOR YOURSELF AND COLOR IT IN.

If you email me a copy (seashell [dot] nell [at] gmail [dot] com) of your version I’LL PUT IT ON THE BLOG.

And today is rainy, so it’s a great day for coloring, imho.

Should there be a prize? Maybe there will be a prize. Only time will tell.

Happy coloring!

(Yo. I’ve tried uploading to google drive as a pdf and as a jpg and neither are that great. If you really need a better version–email me and I can send you a full-page pdf.)

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