So my friend who did yesterday’s napkin said he wasn’t doing anymore until I did a napkin of a recent network change at work. But then he liked the way yesterday’s post was framed well enough that he gave me a freebie. However, I felt guilty so I made mine and you guys benefit with a two-fer. Mine is a drawing that I had to generate to show folks how we were going to fix a problem.
First, his latest, followed by my technical masterpiece:
Damnit. So. You nag friends to draw napkins for you. And they do. But they twist the knife a little… I posted the picture of myself as a profile pic on Google +. My friend did an excellent job of rendering it on a napkin but…
Notice any similarities between me and Dale Gribble? Especially since I was at the range in that pic?
See what he did there? Clever with the title, huh? huh? I just plagiarized it though, as you’ll see below.
A friend remembers the original Drawn on a Napkin idea and fascination with sharing data via quickly drawn sketches on the back of a napkin and so sent me this:
The 150 year old Peabody Conservatory is a Maryland Icon and a world-famous center for aspiring artists.
How do you get there?
Follow this MapKin (you see what I did there).
I did and the shirt is proof that I arrived and that the map is every bit as accurate as any online app. (You might say an AppKin, but that’s for the reader to decide.)
I like that they used a smiley face to show the destination vs. the tired “X”. Shows creativity.
Once again I nagged and nagged. A friend made the mistake of FB posting a photo of her Starbucks cup which I took as an invitation to nag her to draw me a pic. And after much eye-rolling (I’m assuming) she complied:
I’ve been trying to write and trying to write and trying to write but it hasn’t happened, so instead I’m just going to post a napkin. That’s what it’s all about, right?
Today it’s some doodles from Mom. Same doodle, just two pics, one in B&W and one in color.
It’s a crazy week and I missed yesterday and am late getting this posted.
Al is a friend of my Mom’s and she connected us. He’s submitted a lot of great, great napkins! I think he did a great job and I hope that he’s a frequent submitter!
Marianne is one of the friends that I arm twisted to send me a napkin.
“I’m so sorry this has taken so long. I literally haven’t been out for lunch/coffee in that long. This makes me sad. Anyway, crappy drawing but thought I’d send it anyway due to the fact that I might never be out for coffee again going by my current rate!!!”
Now personally I think she’s her own worst critic, I think this is a great pic: