England players can afford to relax after their Lord's victory against Australia gave them a 2-0 Ashes lead, and the Test team have dabbled with art during their downtime with portraits of each other.
Joe Root shows as much promise with a pen as he does with a bat, with his drawings of Chris Woakes, Ian Bell and Monty Panesar the outstanding sketches.
Best buds James Anderson and Graeme Swann take digs at each other while Kevin Pietersen opts for a simple stickman for Steven Finn.
The UK's three leading cricket charities - The Lord's Taverners, Chance to Shine and PCA Benevolent Fund - asked the players to draw portraits of each other in support of their 'Cricket United' charitable appeal.
England captain Alastair Cook said: "It's a bit of fun and the lads enjoyed doing something completely different for charity. We hope the portraits will raise significant funds for three fantastic charities."
Alastair Cook by Steven Finn
James Anderson by Alastair Cook and by Graeme Swann
Ian Bell by Joe Root
Johnny Bairstow by Tim Bresnan
Stuart Broad by Steven Finn
Nick Compton by Monty Panesar
Steven Finn by Stuart Broad and by Kevin Pietersen
Graham Onions by Chris Tremlett
Monty Panesar by Nick Compton and Joe Root
Kevin Pietersen by Steven Finn
Matt Prior by Graham Onions
Joe Root by Tim Bresnan
Graeme Swann by James Anderson
Jonathan Trott by Chris Woakes
Chris Woakes by Joe Root