Monday, August 6, 2007

EDM Challenge #131: Spray Bottle



This is a local product. It was manufactured by someone who rented a storage space near one I once rented. He produced the stuff right there...and was very enthusiastic about its effectiveness. He gave me several samples to try, this being one of them. He was convinced that it would sweep the country once people learned of its powers.

"P-Eliminator"...can you guess what its miraculous properties 'eliminate'? Yes..."P". As a test, I applied it to the following sentence, to see if it actually does what its name implies:
"The quick brown fox jum s over the lazy dog"...it worked.

(If you also happen to have an errant pet who thinks the whole of his domain is under continual threat, thereby warranting the use of the occasional 'squeeze play' at key transition points-to ward off real and imagined interlopers, this product might also help to minimize the aftermath of such machismo. Beware of getting drawn into 'spraying contests' using this product in that way!)

9 comments:

demibrix said...

What lovely work you do! I peeked through your entire site... - Barbara

Nina Johansson said...

Hey, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. You have been very productive since I last checked yours, I love all your new drawings! Do you still use the Pitt brush pen for your shadows? And if so, does it ever bleed through the paper? I´m trying out working in black and white only in a series of drawings, therefore I am a bit curious about this. I bought a few coloured pencils in different shades of gray, so I draw with in, and do the shading with these.

Lin said...

SUPER JOB!!!! Great detaling!

Lynn said...

Very nicely done! Excellent details and I love the story.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

very nice!

Sharon said...

Your usual excellent work and very amusing post! Can you believe the flame wars on EDM?

mrana said...

heh heh, great spray bottle and commentary!

phthaloblu said...

Great sketch and story.habanero

martín.dibujandoarte said...

This drawing caught my attention, and couldn't figure out what "P" could be, but I got it. Very funny post. Great sketch too. Thanks for visiting my blog. Hugs, Martín.