This week, during a KFP coffee run, this caught my eye:
Except it was not drawn. I can't use picture of actual children off the internet (I'm not that mean), but yes...it was a handbag with a photo of children on it. And not a particularly cute photo, either. It was one of those 80's-ish posed photos with children that looked like they just came out of the corn.
I don't know if they were her children, but I hope so. If they weren't her children that would somehow, miraculously, make it even creepier.
After I pointed it out to Aaron, he suggested that they start putting pictures of children on other clothing items--"Like those Juicy sweatpants. Except instead of the word 'juicy', there's a picture of kids"
I wasn't quite sure if I wanted one, but everyone kept saying how effective it is at sharing stuff/art...might as well! I always have random doodles that I feel aren't worth posting here, and I figure I can throw them up there. I still prefer blogger for stories/finished art, but I guess tumblr can be a true art-dump :)
Ever since I got a smart phone, I've become increasingly obsessed with playing around with apps...and the latest addiction is DrawSomething (sorry Words chums, you're going to feel a little neglected. I'm definitely still playing, though!)
Fortunately, almost all of my friends are also obsessed with this game. Phone Pictionary, how could you not love it?!
Of course, playing with everyone can get a little overwhelming. There's only so much time in a day, after all...
"Augh! I need to catch up on all my games"
"If you don't hurry you'll get nudged."
"What happens when you get nudged, anyway?"
Actually I think the game just sends a text. Too bad.
Sooo yes, if you like drawing and becoming a social hermit and being on bandwagons, you should play this game. It's pretty awesome and funny. Here are some of my favorite friend-drawings so far--the ones that I remembered to screencap, anyway: