Our bodies are over 800 percent water or something, so it’s important to keep well hydrated.
This is another simple one for Illustration Friday.
More like a spotlight, but he’s up high, so aha!
This is a quickie for Illustration Friday.
This week’s Illustration Friday topic is “contraption,” which I though was a perfect opportunity to showcase a new invention from my laboratory.
There’s a new dish being prepared in some of the world’s finest restaurants, and I wanted to get in on the ground floor, because I think this is the next big thing. It’s called “toasted bread” or more commonly “toast”.
I know what you’re thinking:
“Toasted bread? Why would I want to dry out an otherwise delicious, moist and chewy slice?”
While I’m not going to called you an uncultured ignoramus, I would respectfully suggest that you should TRY it before you pass such a crude judgment on something you know nothing about for crying out loud.
So anyway, I was thinking of ways that the preparation of toast could be brought the home market, and this is what I came up with. This is the head-mounted version, and the big issue I’m dealing with is REACHING THE TOAST, but I’m sure I’ll come up with a solution as the design process unfolds. Possibly a tremendous pair of chopsticks.
And in keeping with the theme, I spent about 5 seconds on this Illustration Friday picture. Also in keeping with the theme I ate nothing while drawing it! Actually, do mints counts?
I haven’t done the Illustration Friday thing in a while, but, er, here’s a sloppy and rushed one! I guess that’s incentive for me to do a better job next time.
Wow, that must have been a speedy glacier, right?
Usually I go for really obvious, but this time I went for slightly confusing.
I was almost late in posting this, but I wasn’t, and also I wasn’t drunk (not my scene). If I had been late that would have been fitting perhaps, and if the topic had been “early” and I was late, that would have been ironic. Instead it is neither fitting nor ironic, and certainly not interesting enough to merit a paragraph.
This is pen with Crayola marker, some water, and then some color added in Photoshop. I don’t know what medium that makes this, but let’s say digital, because how else could you be looking at it on your computer? Eh? Eh?
If there are two things we love as Americans, it’s packing clowns into little cars and packing college students into telephone booths. Here’s my proposal for the logical extension of those time-honored traditions: packing clowns and college students into a big telephone booth-esque sedan.