For every integer l, we construct a cubic 3-vertex-connected planar bipartite graph G with O(l^3) vertices such that there is no planar straight-line drawing of G whose vertices all lie on l lines. This strengthens previous results on graphs that cannot be drawn on few lines, which constructed significantly larger maximal planar graphs. We also find apex-trees and cubic bipartite series-parallel graphs that cannot be drawn on a bounded number of lines.