Saturday, April 26, 2008

Illustration Friday - Wrinkles


Oh boy - what a topic.  My hands...my face... 
But I choose to show how "wrinkled" my clothes get when I travel.  This suitcase has seen alot of miles and with good rolled packing, can get me thru two weeks of travel.  

I am still scanning on one computer and then uploading to the second one, and the colors are coming out different between the two.  Not sure why the background is coming out so grey, and don't know enough about the programs on this computer to fix it. This is where those "for dummies" books will come in handy. 

11 comments:

ElizT said...

That's the way to do it! I travel with only one piece of hand baggage, when on my own.

Fourborne said...

Nice take on the topic.

studio lolo said...

hey, welcome back!! I saw the picture of you and FY on her blog. Sooo awesome that you two had a brief encounter! Now it solidifies the friendship in another dimension I suppose. Great sketch for this week's topic too!!

Teresa said...

aaaahhh makes me want to pack my bags and go on a trip to get my clothes wrinkled! Very nice drawing.

Fannie said...

Hi, Mim. Nice submission. It's nice that you were able to visit with FY. What a blessing. Nice photo of the two of you--Pretties in Pink. ;-D

human being said...

wrinkles
hmmmmm...
yes just on our clothes... the lines we see on our faces are laughter signs... the more they are,... the happier we've been...
:D
cute drawing...

Mim, i got so happy to see you with Forever Young together in pink and with loving and happy faces...

Connie said...

I enlarged this to see the great lines. Simple but good. Also travel a lot (retired) and am collecting techno-clothes to stuff in my bag. Our largest bag is the dog's bed and bowls.

Forever Young said...

well you certainly didn't look wrinkled to me when we met, clothes or face...still smiling every time i think of you! hugs and wfs.
hows dad?

van dyke said...

I find it bittersweet to open my suitcase after I've been traveling. The clothes which were so very important when packing, having been used and restuffed for the trip back home. Now wrinkled and spent. When I unpack, I remember the trip and think often how I'd love to go back to where I've been. Anyway, nice drawing. Soft lines.

Lynn said...

loved the wrinkles drawing. There were none on your face to be found!

marianne said...

You can draw very well!!
I love this one..... Reminds me I still have to pack for tomorrows travel.