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"Cats Are Sneaky - Video"

December 23, 2010 17:26:35

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"Cool Cash On A Hot Day"

February 14, 2009 16:12:07

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"Froggy Facts: Video"

January 5, 2011 11:13:49

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"Sketching Snowdrops - Video"

November 28, 2010 20:29:07

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"THE DANCE OF THE HONEY BEE...

September 30, 2008 20:56:11

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"The Rooms In Your...

December 4, 2010 00:22:24

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"Video How to Draw a Ladybug"

November 21, 2010 20:04:29

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"World's Tallest Animal -...

August 29, 2010 11:43:44

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"Zebra" - Born To Run

June 10, 2012 14:41:12

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10 Things Winners Don't Do

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8 Reasons to Marry an Older...

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9 Secrets Of Public Speaking

January 30, 2013 18:56:23

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A Selfie Valentine

February 9, 2014 14:05:45

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Alexander McCall Smith...

June 7, 2009 14:48:58

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Amazing Animal Facts

December 1, 2012 20:30:11

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Amazing Geography Facts

May 29, 2011 12:53:28

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Asperger's Syndrome - A...

October 29, 2009 02:41:48

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Behind Closed Doors

May 6, 2012 22:25:45

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CAN ANYONE LEARN TO DRAW?

September 20, 2008 16:48:07

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Choosing A President

March 21, 2016 12:58:09

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Christmas Dreams

November 23, 2011 21:59:58

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Christmas On Main Street

August 12, 2013 18:28:03

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Christmas On The Farm - Video

December 7, 2010 03:52:31

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Climate Change & Kangaroo...

September 30, 2008 20:46:44

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Do Easter Bunnies Lay Eggs?

March 12, 2010 13:15:11

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Draw A Halloween Pumpkin

October 20, 2010 12:20:37

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Draw a Winter Snowfall - Video

November 24, 2010 20:16:35

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Drawing Santa & Rudolph

December 19, 2011 15:14:48

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Frog Juice

June 26, 2012 12:49:50

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Get All 5,000 Drawings For $5

July 3, 2013 22:43:32

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Get Smart - Doodle!

March 2, 2009 21:12:01

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Girl Trouble

July 29, 2010 14:41:51

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GUYS THAT GET PREGNANT

June 14, 2012 15:45:04

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Happy New Year

December 22, 2011 03:30:45

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How Frogs Predict Earthquakes

April 1, 2010 14:25:30

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How Smart Are You?

July 5, 2009 16:32:41

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How to Draw Donald Duck

November 29, 2008 21:01:08

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How To Draw Frosty The...

November 27, 2010 03:12:55

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IN THE DOG HOUSE

March 17, 2011 18:26:24

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Ironman 3 - A Role Model?

July 15, 2012 15:22:00

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Letters From Timtim users

February 13, 2010 20:09:31

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Lipstick

April 18, 2010 15:27:25

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Monkeys Pay For Sex

September 5, 2012 02:36:38

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My Valentine

January 5, 2012 17:40:06

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No Royal Fart Allowed

June 26, 2014 14:17:27

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Poopers In Space

June 21, 2011 12:09:49

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Power Point Sleeping Pill

August 20, 2009 22:39:57

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SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

March 4, 2010 22:14:47

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SCHOOL SCIENCE PROJECT...

May 19, 2013 18:13:57

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Snoopy's Philosophy

January 4, 2010 05:42:29

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THE FIRST KISS TELLS ALL

April 2, 2009 19:17:33

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The Green Thing

July 25, 2011 22:57:22

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The Lion and the Mouse

October 10, 2010 16:50:20

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The Story Of The Pencil

July 4, 2014 16:17:23

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There Was an Old Lady Who...

March 25, 2009 14:29:16

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Watch Tim Draw Rudolph - video

November 21, 2010 05:09:15

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We See The Future!

October 18, 2009 18:02:54

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When Turkeys Could Fly

October 5, 2015 10:32:24

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Why Bunnies Bring Eggs

March 6, 2013 16:51:46

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WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS DRAWINGS

July 10, 2010 19:25:37

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World's Most Sold Comic!...

January 11, 2010 00:42:51

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Letters From Timtim users

February 13, 2010, 20:09:31
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Sometimes timtim users take the time to write in and tell us how they have used the drawings and what they think of the site - we love it!! Below is a collection of comments:

Joel Greene, Beaufort Symphony Orchestra - You are talented! Just found and immediately joined your site. Really appreciate all that you do! 

 

Flora Kan - FYI I am copying the images by hand onto little tiles - for Christmas seating. I am glad there is a way that I could make a contribution for your hard work and is affordable to me. Thank you.  

 

Tom Howe in Colorado - Well, the quality and variety of your collection done me in, brother. After getting that great kid with blocks drawing from you, I went back into “A E I O and You,” my sister’s new phonics workbook, and replaced the generic and variable images I’d downloaded from Shutterstock.com with the specific and consistent (not to mention humorous and charming) graphics from you. I appreciate you sharing your drawings the way you did. It sure makes this phonics book look more professional, to have all the images by the same artist. We self-publishers have to keep costs down and appearances up.

 

Rachel in Australia writes: I love you for sharing this wonderful generous resource, Tim. Thank you so much!!

 

Cathy in Brooklyn, NY: This is the most fun this 53 year old has had in years. My Dad was a cartonist and I wanted to go to art schoool too. He let me down gently, advised Nursing school and told me I would starve on the streets of Greenwich Villiage. He was right!! Thanks for all the fun.

 

A US teacher at a non profit Early Learning Center writes: I just wanted to say thank you for all of the wonderful resources on this website! I am an early learning center teacher (I work with children ages 3 months - 14 months) and work at a non profit Early Learning Center. This year I was on the Father's Day Committee which is always a little bit of a challenge to figure out how to pull the dads in to an event to share with their kids. I volunteered to do decorations because I love to draw and used some of your drawings and sketches as a foundation for some of the signs. We had the best turn out ever because the father's were really drawn to the signs and how animated they were (I gave you and your website lots of credit and now tons of teachers that I work with have checked into your site!) Now I have lots of requests from teachers for all kinds of drawings and signs for our classrooms and your site is a wonderful resource! Anyway, thank you so much from one teacher whose classroom and children you have made a very positive impact on!

 

Marcia in Alameda California writes: Dear timtim, I just wanted to write and say thanks from myself and the many other teachers I know for this great online resource. The fact that you have (and still are) making hundreds of the drawings as online coloring/drawing starts for kids is fantastic! Well done!

 

Paul Burrows from Hannah’s Holiday Home Appeal, a UK based charity for children with cancer writes: Dear Timtim, once again I would like to thank you for allowing us to use your wonderful dolphin picture, I hope that you approve with what I have done with it for the charity.

 

Lynn Pilkington of the Greenock Players in the UK writes: So much appreciate the use of your spinning wheel drawing for the cover for the programme of the pantomime in our amateur drama group. We are performing Sleeping Beauty and after using Google images I found the graphic of the spinning wheel on the Timtim website to be the most appropriate.

 

Celia Anderson from UK based Aupairsolutions.com writes: Hallo Tim - Wow, you seem to have no end. That is fantastic! I will add a note onto my 'Fun Stuff' to let Families and Kids know to go visit timtim. Thank you for taking the time to answer my message. Much appreciated. And thanks for letting me use your wonderful images Best wishes.

 

Celia Andrew Robinson based in Devon, UK wrote: Brilliant! Thanks so much for the use of your "Fiddle Cat" drawing! We are an Irish band playing local gigs and weddings at the weekends. Your image "Fiddle Cat" will make a back drop for the band when they are on stage and maybe on some fliers and eventually our web site.

 

Patricia Gomez in the US writes: I absolutly love your little drawings. I print them out and send them to my granddaughter for her to color them. I also make my own cards and send them to family and friends.

 

Denny a tourism operator in South Africa who sent us several great hand-stitched wild animal caps writes: Dear Tim, Firstly, thanks so much for the use of your drawings! Here are the caps as promised, one with each of the drawings - the crocodile, elephant, and the lion. They came out fantastic! We appreciate your work and hope to hear from you. Best regards, Denny Allen - Midrand, South Africa

 

Elise Wenden a Social Researcher for the Australian Government received permission to use timtim drawings for a government flier to help contact farmers wrote: Thanks so much for that Tim! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from Down-under. We will be having a hot Christmas with temperatures of about 36-38 degrees celsius. Thanks again, Elise Wenden.

 

Mary Sowers, an embroidery enthusiast writes from the US: Your creativity in cartoons has been such a huge help in my embroidery projects. I have downloaded umpteen drawings. Many thanks for making these delightful cartoons available to me and the general public. May you have many more creative years!!!

 

Angey in the US writes: I used the great drawing of the hairdresser with scissors and hairdryer and had the Amsterdam printing company put it on coffee mugs to give away to my clients in my little salon. Thanks so much!!

 

Magda Malkova of the website www.detskestranky.cz in the Czech Republic writes: We are the children's non-profit internet magazin in the Czech Republic. I found your great drawings and pictures and want to thank you so much for allowing us to use a selection of timtim drawings each week on kids free PDF printing section. Thanks a lot for your work and wish you many more nice pictures :)

 

A mother in the UK writes: Dear timtim, My ten year old came up with an idea to rasie money for her local school and a charity that helps children less fortunate than ourselves both here in the UK and Africa. Amy Jo, with a little help, has compiled a celebrity charity joke book and we greatly appreciate the use of your wonderful timtim images within the book. We are printing four hundred copies to sell locally via school and the community.

 

Tom Alex Sutt in the US wrote: Thanks so much for the use of your Grasshopper drawing as logo for our fund-raising website for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. A few weeks back a really good friend of ours passed away only 22 years of age. HCOM thickens the heart muscle with no previous syptoms and the first sign of the condition is sudden death. We want to raise awareness for the disease he had and fundraise for the charities that help.

 

Jethro Pettit in the UK writes: Many thanks for the use your 'flying fish' cartoon in an educational CD-ROM and website for non-profit purposes. It is to be be published by the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, UK and used for training of development workers in third world nations.

 

Kirsten Miner a US teacher wrote: I saw your site on teachers.net and just love it! I LOVE the book monkey drawing, it is perfect! I don't know how you could possibly just "dash" something like that off. I am excited to tell people about your site when they comment on how cute these drawings are. You definitely have HUGE talent. Great job. Thank you so much.

 

Patti Dodgen, a US grandmother wrote: I am making a stained glass project for my 2 year old grandson whose favorite "animal" is the owl. Thanks so much for the use of your drawing for this personal effort.

 

The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office wrote: Dear timtim - we appreciate the use of your Frog drawing for our curriculum about the UN religious education classes across the country. Thank you very much, Reid Robinson.

 

Sama Bhagat of Orient Longman Limited in Chennai, India writes: Dear Tim, Thank you so much for permitting us to use your drawings on our website. I assure you we will link the drawings to Timtim. Its great that other artists as well will be able to upload their work and contribute to enriching the site. I am still working on the content but once I've decided how I will be using your pictures I will let you know.Thank you once again. Sama Bhagat.

 

Linda Gnat Mullin in the US wrote: I love your grinning cat and wanted to use it to make "School Shirts" for my sister and her family who are home schooling their kids. I think your grinning cat looks pretty wild. I have never done any of this before -- but just trying to do something nice and I hope it works. Thank you for all you do! I will tell my sister about TimTim, as she is looking for resources for teaching her kids. My very best to you, Linda Gnat-Mullin.

 

Richard in the US writes: hi Timtim - please can I use your "fiddle cat" drawing as my MySpace icon? cheers

 

Richard Randy Melick in the US wrote: I love your electric guitar picture! Thanks so much for letting me use it on my school CD project called "Whales with Guitars"

 

Johannes from Germany writes: I would like to use some of your great drawings for our satirical German soccer project "Mauertaktik" Awesome, thanks for the quick response. Keep up the great work!

 

Catherine - a student at Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene in Boston writes: I am very excited about using your smiling, toothy cat drawing on my business cards. It is so friendly, has great teeth... thank you again!

 

Sandra Gouvea , a timtim member in Brazil writes: I love your website! I am trying to color the Working_girl drawing but it does not appear as available to paint.... what sould I do? (we wrote back and told her that the drawing was now added to our online coloring section!)

 

The Georgia Genealogical Society in the US writes: The Georgia Genealogical Society would like to thank you for the use of your great image “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly” on one of our brochures. The brochure are for a workshop entitled “Pulling Great Aunt Bertha out of the Hat…”

 

 

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