Saturday, January 24, 2009

leftover demons


I am a messy, sloppy man drowning in a sea of paper and notebooks I have cluttered about. My house is a real fire hazard, but I sometimes try to clean up a little...or at least make a big show of my efforts to organize. Here's a page of doodles I popped in the scanner before sending it out to the trash. I'm guessing it was scribbled during a staff meeting at work sometime in December.

11 comments:

Rachel said...

A lot of these little guys seem to be in varying stages of distress! Maybe they had Aldi's Dorito-type chips?

Malagutigrrl said...

This is my favorite work doodle yet! Love all the little demons!
xoxoxoxo
MJ

Indigo said...

I would love to be a fly on the wall in some of those meetings, to give you this imagery...or at least the one looking over your shoulder to get your opinion in doodles. (Hugs)Indigo

FrankandMary said...

THE TRASH? When Chicklet has basically a shrine to you in her bedroom(ok, maybe just a bunch of Pears hanging, but..)?
I say you mail all the "throwaways" to me to put in one of my spare rooms so that when you become famous, you can sell them as your alternate retirement plan since the market isn't doing so great.

sim warford said...

It looks like--Snow Gray--in the midst of a bunch of horny little demons!

Debra said...

dude! love the one freaking about the grass. i sometimes freak at my grass too, so i can identify with the that for sure! grins, debra

***** said...

Are these pics of some of the Aldi's shoppers?! hehehe

Kathy said...

I love your scribbles.
I hope you won't regret tossing old papers. It just isn't the same looking at paper and looking at a computer screen.

Sorry I haven't been around lately.

IndigoSunMoon said...

Hey doll! So sorry I haven't been by. Still having some physical problems that might require surgery. Hopefully not, but its been keeping me away from the computer.
I'll be back by soon!
Lovish!
Connie

Lisa said...

I love your doodles, the faces are great with the expressions you give them.

Chef E said...

I saved all the note books and drawing pads from my daughter. I write poetry and doodle my own stuff, so I know what you mean about the clutter building up. I love the demons!

Reminded me also of doodling in school as a young girl!