Saturday, April 25, 2009

i was just sitting here thinking

How long exactly can you put off washing the dishes? For me, it's precisely this amount of time. Click on this drawing. It looks a bit better that way. Not a lot, but a bit.

Oh, and a little shout out to one of my very favourite, and one of the most fabulous, blogs on the whole of the entire interweb. I first came across Penguin and Fish through Suzanne. Back then they had featured her work. I've been secretly wishing they would feature mine, in a desperate needy sort of way, ever since. And, my wish came true. Thanks Alyssa!
Warning: you WILL lose the rest of the day if you click HERE.

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Blogger suzanne cabrera said...

That is precisely the amount of time Edgar can leave them as well... I, on the other hand, get very nauseous when I wake up to dirty dishes. Therefore, I force myself to try to wash them the night before. Yuck...

Congrats on Penguin and Fish. Isn't it such a great blog?

You are feeling creative these days :)

1:38 PM  
Blogger ~*"*Dia*"*~ said...

I've been loking these days over your blog and your talent doesn't cease to amaze me. The things you can do with a pen and a sheet of paper...Wonderful!

1:43 PM  
Blogger Stephen Hall said...

Your busyness inspires me! Set myself a hard challenge for May, i'm off to check out Penguin and Fish

7:14 PM  
Blogger Mixing-Katie said...

I think I can hold out a bit longer on the dishes :-)

7:15 PM  
Blogger The Happy Painter said...

I think this is fab and that you might do one more before attacking the dishes. Maybe they might go away.

11:24 PM  
Blogger Pumpkin Delight said...

Stopped over from free(k)hand on Flickr. Your stuff is amazing! Thank you for sharing it.
...and I love the pixie shoes.

3:55 AM  
OpenID kimprint said...

This so works on the graph paper! I really like your blog.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Gretchen said...

I always do my best drawing in blue ballpoint pen. I wonder why that is? :)

Beautiful drawing!

2:31 AM  
Blogger The Gypsy said...

Great the ink on the graph paper, very nice. So glad you drew the dishes instead of washing them! :-p

4:37 AM  
Anonymous brendan said...

no offence intended andrea. but sorry, your dish stacking skills suck. you can leave the dishes at least 3 more days. BUT when stacking you need to put the cups outside the dish rack, then you can get more stuff in the rack. i sometimes, depending on dish amount might go so far as to lay out a teatowel. then you can really go crazy.

11:50 AM  
Blogger Genine said...

awesome, love the reflection in the pan

4:40 PM  
Anonymous Frank said...

When I was a student, I didn't do the dishes for a whole week, I did them on friday afternoon and then had work for hours :-)
Today I have a dish washer machine, the best invention in the world after fire, the wheel, book press and the computer..
Lovely drawing!

6:02 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks, guys.

Suzanne, I know how you feel. I always feel nauseos the next day, but you know, you kind of get used to it if you leave them often enough! And, I'm obsesive complusive!!

Brendan, I have a friend that uses the old tea towel trick. AND the cups on the outside. I've even been to their house and washed up for them!

Frank, I dream of a dish washer. Really I do. I agree, it really has to be one of the best inventions ever.

Cheers, y'all.
Now go and check out Penguin and Fish!

8:37 PM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

One time Peceli and I returned from Fiji after leaving three teenage sons to fend for themselves. We came home a day early and oh, they thought they had another day to clean up. Mugs all over the house. I cleaned up (they were still at school) and missed seeing Queen Elizabeth who was in town!
PS What a super idea. Draw the messy kitchen instead of cleaning up.

10:52 PM  
Blogger freebird said...

I hate leaving dishes in the rack overnight. I like to start the morning fresh or it's too hard to face at all! Great picture. I think the pictures shown on Penguin and Fish were nice examples. It feels good to be recognized for your work doesn't it?

3:26 AM  
Blogger Bethany said...

Wow, that is really good, I'd have a go at drawing the washing up but I never have a chance because the pots are always done! Anyhow, your drawings and sketches never fail to make me happy ;-)

6:06 PM  
Blogger Margaret Ann said...

Love your lovely script here! :)

8:22 AM  
Blogger ROSÁLIA LERNER said...

I'm so glad to find you!!!
Congratulations you are great, and your words!!

4:48 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all, folks. You're so kind.

Cheers, my dears.

10:36 PM  
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