Bedrawingst is often connoted with having to draw something over and over again, sometimes hundreds or thousands of times over, in order to achieve an animation. This can be maddening, but also soothing. Sort of like washing an endless pile of dishes.
It is used to signify an on-going drawing process, derived from
the verb "to be", from the french "etre", also meaning "something exists as such".
The "drawin" bit is used to signify the action, which in this case is "the act of drawing with a pen, pencil, wacom tablet, or any other chosen media"
The "gst" ending heralds the fact that this is indeed a verb, preoccupied with an ongoing process such as animation. It's also a sweet sound.
Go ahead, say it. "bedrawingst"
Having trouble? It's pronounced
bee-draaw-eengst. But say it a little faster than that so it rolls off your tongue.
"Don't even talk to me. I've been bedrawingst jampixies all day."
or, in the present tense:
"Don't bother me! I'm bedrawingst for a project."