Sydney-based artist, Miranda Lorikeet - also known as Lazy Bones - is doing pretty, pretty things with every '90s kid's favourite accessory, Microsoft Paint. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com Putting the work of every other part-time Paint-enthusiast to shame. About a year ago, Miranda started playing around with MS Paint on her lunch breaks at work. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com "I became pretty good friends with Paint," she tells BuzzFeed Life. "We had lunch together everyday." Like the rest of the world, Miranda's love affair with MS Paint started when she was a child - aged 11, to be exact. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com Sadly, one of her first artworks - a depiction of the year 3000, complete with robot dogs being walked by their robot owners - has now been lost. A not-so-subtle reminder that the floppy disc should never be trusted. Most of the illustrations follow two naked women, as they explore a "pastel, surreal universe". Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com A universe complete with pale pink beaches. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com Before Miranda's illustrations with MS Paint, she'd never actually thought about producing digital art before. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com "I painted with watercolours and drew with pencils throughout high school, I tried painting but I wasn't very good at it." "I'm really glad I explored all these different mediums and finally found one that clicked with me," says Miranda. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com So are we, Miranda. So are we. Miranda says the real secret to good MS Paint work is a steady hand and lots of patience. Via lazybonesillustrations.tumblr.com While none of the illustrations are available for purchase yet, keep your eyes peeled for updates and more illustrations on the Lazy Bones blog.