TV presenter Lorraine Kelly and Downton Abbey star Phyllis Logan have put pen to paper to help raise money for charity.
The pair are amongst a group of celebrities who have created a doodle, all of which will be auctioned off as part of National Doodle Day.
Kelly's signed picture features a colourful thistle, while Logan, who plays Mrs Hughes in the popular period drama, has scribbled a gold-edged flower with the exclamation: "Ah! Spring has sprung!" alongside it.
Other famous faces who took part include composer Patrick Doyle, novelist Alan Warner, Robin Hood actor Gordon Kennedy, fashion designer Holly Fulton, entrepreneur Richard Noble and Harry Potter actor Sean Biggerstaff.
Their work will be put up for sale on eBay on Friday, National Doodle Day, and the highest bids will go to the charity Epilepsy Action.
Kennedy's drawing is titled "Movember Thoughts" and features five different styles of moustache, while Doyle's picture is of a smiling sunshine breaking through a cloud.
National Doodle Day, which is supported by Dodo Pad, is now in its 10th year. It aims to get as many people doodling as possible to help support 54,000 people with epilepsy across Scotland.
Epilepsy Action has also invited schools, workplaces and groups to "do a doodle, donate a pound" to the cause.
Philippa Cartwright, fundraising events manager at Epilepsy Action, said: "It is a fantastic, fun event and absolutely anyone can take part. Taking just five minutes out of your day to doodle can make all the difference to the 54,000 people living with epilepsy in Scotland."
The celebrity doodle eBay auction will run until Sunday February 17. For more information visit www.nationaldoodleday.org.uk.