Shaun the Sheep just may be the greatest children's show of all time. Especially after the pizza episode. If you get a chance to see it, check it out -- or at least watch the clips off the website.
As she watched, indifference melting into fascination, Paul traded one pencil for another and set to work on her face, glancing at her all the while. This took a little longer, but when he had finished, she caught her breath in wonder. There were her narrow, slanting eyes, her thin nose and angular cheekbones, broad mouth and pointed chin--he had even captured her wary, aloof expression. Not even Wink's mirror, she thought, could have caught her likeness so perfectly: somehow he had not merely drawn her appearance, but her essence.