We get a few questions that boil down to "just do it for me" (often, but not confined to, drawing questions). These can be highly irritating - especially if you've seen a few go by in a short space of time. But the questioner is often a new user and so not aware that this isn't a "Please do my work for me" site! The Text building blocks are designed to help in situations like this: they make it easy to leave a polite and informative comment. We have a block aimed at questions that don't contain enough information, but it doesn't quite address this situation. So I'd like to add a block for the "Just do it for me" type of question that hopefully explains to the user the advantage of having a go first and coming here for help at the point that they get stuck.
Here's what I just wrote for this:
To expand a little on the comments, this site works best as a helping hand at the precise point where you get stuck with something when a small nudge in the correct direction shows you how to proceed. So things that look like "Please do this complicated thing for me" tend not to get answers because they require a great deal of effort. To make the most of this site, you need to identify one thing that will help you where if someone knows the answer it will take them very little time to show you. So if you show what you have so far, you'll stand a greater chance of getting help.
Let's polish this up (or throw it out and write a new one) and add it to our building blocks. I'll copy the above into a CW answer for any and all to edit. If you'd rather write something very different, add it as an alternative - we don't have to have just one version if there are potentially different circumstances.