View Full Version : What I did at work today ( Or how to save a really bad drawing)

01 January 2005, 02:47 AM
Here is what I did at work today. Its for a logo which has to represent two items that equal "customer satisfaction" its just for report covers and powerpoints and stuff, and the requester likes my cartoony stuff, so this is what she got.

01 January 2005, 02:49 AM
I didnt mean to draw it so badly, honestly I didnt. I know there is this pious idea that the artist should endevor always to creat a masterpiece, and investing any less is heresy, but I went and did it. I drew a crummy drawing. What do I do now? Well I suppose it could use some eyeballs. They dont even have to be well placed!

01 January 2005, 02:51 AM
Every boy needs some epidermis. Dont leave home without it.
I gave the crummy boy drawing some flesh. Now his eyes have something to hide behind.

01 January 2005, 02:53 AM
If youre gonna have epidermis, youre gonna sweat.
And when you sweat, you want icecream.
And you got to have glasses to see the ice cream. Otherwise how will you enjoy its chilled luster?

01 January 2005, 02:55 AM
A young man cant eat his ice cream without his favorite white tee.
Thus, the white tee was born. And the picture was finished.
Coloring exercise complete. Toothless boy happy. Wah lah.

01 January 2005, 03:36 AM
I think it's funny. The icecream turned out really well. The skin could use a little more contrast. Pretty good overall!
That's as eloquent as I can get at this time of night!
Keep up the good work..........

01 January 2005, 05:23 AM
thanks clip. or should i call your paper? i think i will go with clip because its only one syllable and saves me precious seconds, if only i didnt waste so much self defeating time explaining that im trying to save a few seconds eh?

I need to work on my skin contrast. Any good tips?
Thank you for your comments. I appreciate them.

Thank you for your eyes.

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