After exhausting herself to the point of near delirium with the 24-hour non-stop drawing challenge Pendurance, Lizzie Mary Cullen is currently playing double-or-quits by drawing for two days solid on the walls of Base Creative. The artwork is creating a story based around tweets she receives, or at least until the sleep deprivation starts her hallucinating.

Lizzie kicked off the Draw My Story challenge at 1pm yesterday, finishing at 1pm tomorrow. A live video feed (below) allows you to check that's she's awake and still clinging to her sanity.

To help guide her drawings, send her a tweet @LizzieMCullen.

Here's the blurb:

"Draw My Story is based on the old game ‘fold over stories’ when each person writes a line of a story and passes it on, resulting in a random, poignant, funny, dark and whimsical, meandering story. Twitter users don’t have to follow on from the previous Tweet if they don’t want to. The more bizarre, odd or hilarious the better. The only limit? 140 characters."

Lizzie has already managed to include the 'Benton' meme into her artwork, based on the viral video (below) of a man failing to control his dog (who's actually called Fenton, it turns out) who's chasing deer in Richmond Park, London.