Comic illustrators Nathan Yaffe and Caldwell Tanner turn dumb ideas into even dumber real-time drawings, based on pop culture, fan fiction, and viewer requests.
We're very sorry for these fruit sharks.
In the black canvas challenge, you can only erase.
Teamwork makes the dream work when Tony, Nathan, and Caldwell collaborate on a comic strip.
Tusk to tongue.
In the first event of the Drawfee Olympics, Caldwell and Nathan attempt to draw left-handed.
In Round 2 of the Drawfee Olympics, Caldwell and Nathan compete in a Finish-the-Line Challenge.
Exactly what Nathan saw while he was under the influence of the ghost pepper.
Turns out, the ideal woman for Jacob and Caldwell has cybernetic sword arms.
This is definitely the ideal man. Yup.
Drawing blind doesn't make for a very visual show, so Caldwell, Nathan, and Jake dance for you, too.
It's the perfect tattoo -- other than the pananda, of course.
If you're having cat problems, I feel bad for you, son.
You may have a hankering for lasagna by the end of this video.
An episode filled with more questions than answers.
Eye contact is so important on a first date, so why bring only two eyes?
Find out what \the king of all cats\" means to Nathan and Caldwell."""
It's all about the illusion of depth.
Try not to fall down the rabbit hole when Caldwell, Nathan, and Jacob create a three-panel comic.
Dive head first into the exciting world of celebrity shark caricature.
We help out a fan who is starting middle school, only to recall our own memories of that dark time.
Mythological creatures and mutant animals all have one thing in common: their teens love JNCOs.
Every mom belongs to her own coven, sometimes known as a "book club."
Waldwell and Zathan draw evil versions of themselves.
Another unholy abomination comes to life in a blind exquisite corpse drawing game.