Friday, October 31, 2008

EDM #195

The previous challenge was to draw a baked potato. Challenge #195 was to draw a fork. This seemed to be the logical progression and I agree. Technically this is a "spading" fork but when I was growing up my dad always called it the "potato" fork as that was what he dug the potatos with. Pitt pens and Tombow brush pens in a Hand book journal.

12 comments:

winna said...

I like it Don--having lived on a farm---it sure had a lot of uses---anything needs "pitching" use the fork....EJM

Indigo said...

City girl here but I like the different take on the challenge. And though simply done, it has a good feel to it. nicely done.

Waiting... said...

Great take on the challenge. I love anything that shows a twist on creativity!

Margaret Ann said...
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Margaret Ann said...

Good thinking out of the box on this one! Very clever! :)

peachtreeart said...

Now if I could only stuff a fork that big in my mouth all my hungers would be satisfied! Great job!

susan said...

Hi Doug, great idea. I thought about drawing a "fork" in the road...might still. Had fun seeing you last weekend.

Christie said...

Yup, that's a "tater" fork if I ever saw one! And I have. This is really a nice sketch and a logical followup to the baked potato challenge.

Ann said...

Excellent!

Flashviv said...

great response to the fork challenge, very original concept (especially for the non-gardeners like me out there) and great drawing.
Linda

Barbara Weeks said...

Nice- I love your take on the challenge. I thought of drawing a pitch fork but being a"city girl" there were none around!

freebird said...

I was wondering just what people would come up with when they saw the word fork! Good take on the word.