Celebrity doodles drawn to raise funds for Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Doodle art by Absolutely Fabulous actress Joanna Lumley, and comedian Frank Skinner, are among many being auctioned for a Cornish charity.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Cornwall Wildlife Trust asked celebrities to draw marine-themed doodles.
Jo Brand, Emma Thompson, Bill Oddie, Richard E Grant, and Sir Ben Kingsley have donated their doodles to raise funds for the trust.
The artwork is being auctioned online.
Crabs and dolphins
Michael Morpurgo, author of Warhorse, has included a drawing of an oyster catcher with the comment 'now you see why I only doodle writing'.
Gardening personality Alan Titchmarsh has doodled a dolphin with the saying: "Nothing in life is black and white - except us - and zebras."
Actors Angela Griffin and Antony Cotton have doodled crabs and dolphins.
Dania Shaw, from Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said: "We are thrilled to have received such a large number of doodles from such a diverse group of celebrities."
She said they were "hoping to raise over £5000 for Cornwall's wildlife and wild places".
Artists from Cornwall have also contributed work for the online auction, which runs on eBay until 2 December, including illustrators Rebecca Cobb and Michael Foreman.