xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Oct 22 02:08 PM
Oct 22nd, 2014: Doodling
When I doodle on a piece of paper, I'm always amazed if it ends up vaguely recognizable, and even more so if it resembles what I was trying to draw. More often, it appears to be an exercise of filling in random shapes until the paper is covered.
To me this rates between an, "Are you kidding me", and "No way I'm buying that shit".
Note the lettering is in relief, which means color everything but the letters.
But wait, there's more... The colored/carved chain around the bottom, and then the inside, which I'd deem impossible.
And then walked away and left the cup behind?
OK, that makes sense... there wasn't anymore room to doodle.
glatt Wednesday Oct 22 02:33 PM
Now, how are you going to doodle on the inside walls of cups? Can ball point pens even write at that angle?
Clodfobble Wednesday Oct 22 03:17 PM
I used to work with professional artists at the videogame company, and I can think of at least one who could have done that,maybe another. They doodled just like that through most meetings, on anything that could find.
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Oct 22 05:56 PM
The Styrofoam crushes and breaks, though. I'm still having a hard time buying the story.
BigV Wednesday Oct 22 09:31 PM
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Oct 22 10:24 PM
No, it was a man, and in Oklahoma.
classicman Thursday Oct 23 05:59 PM
Or about 100 of them ... jus sayin.
Diaphone Jim Friday Oct 24 12:37 PM
I've seen these before and it seems pretty likely it was here. Anyone else remember them?