Monday, November 9, 2009

Oh, I Suppose I Can Doodle Something For You, If You Like

First commenter with a doodle idea gets that idea doodled.


UPDATE:


For Doc:
Napoleon with a "will work for food" sign.

(it took me a little longer than 60 seconds because of the onerous task of lettering on that goddamn sign)

9 comments:

Doc said...

Napoleon with a "will work for food" sign.

Doc

jin said...

DAMN!
Ah well... probably would have chosen something jinappropriate.
:-D

Splotchy said...

Jin, don't you have something to do this afternoon, anyways?

BeckEye said...

Hey, you're posting and it's not a Tuesday! I got here too late, unfortunately. I was going to ask you to doodle an Unconnected Tuesday.

Splotchy said...

BeckEye, everyone knows I post Unconnected Tuesdays on Wednesday, occasionally on Thursday. Sheesh.

Grant Miller said...

Oui! Oui!

Freida Bee, MD said...

Is using the text part of paint illegal?

One of my favorite doodles.

Splotchy said...

Freida, yes, using the text tool is VERY ILLEGAL for my 60 second doodle.

Art in Alabama said...

Sitting here a little melancholy, thinking about happier times. Remembered the days when I would travel with a furniture dealer from Alabama to Chicago to buy used furniture to re-sell back home in Al. Anyway, googled Spa Motel Chicago and clicked on your site. The Spa looked exactly as I remembered it in the 70's when we would stay there. I was in high school and every other weekend in the summer I would make a few bucks helping drive, loading furniture.
I recall a Jewell market just up the street with a fantastic deli and a Pakistani restaurant across the street that was outstanding. I do recall the hookers hanging out in the bar and sitting around the pool. The guy would stop in Kentucky and buy SACKS of cigarettes, as soon as we checked in a Hispanic guy would come to the room and "take" the cigarettes off our hands.
Haven't been back since 1973 but I'll always remember the Spa motel, thanks for your site.