At times, my job would be much better accomplished with rollerskates, but like most jobs, it occasionally has it's slow periods. In these few brief moments, when I'm not scurrying about the bakery, I try to spend my time constructively. I doodle; whatever occurs to me at the time and I try to reproduce it to the best of my paltry ability. Here are a few examples.
My coworker of two months is leaving us. Her boyfriend is in jail and they were trying to get enough money for them to get their own place, but that is going to the bail bondsman. To top it all off, they fired her today ten minutes before her quit time. As a goodbye gift drew her this:
My humble nod to Lewis Carrol. I don't much care for the Dormouse.
A summation of my classical art training.
This was somewhat inspired by all the great opening credits to all those James Bond movies. Mind you, the perspective is all wrong, but the sentiment is honest. I have a deep and abiding love of drowning olives. I'm not much for martinis, but I love olives. It is the reason that most all-you-can-eat salad bars won't let me in anymore.
This one is me as a Musketeer. I drew it and I thought it needed a speech balloon, so I looked it over and wrote the first thing that came to mind. I think it made the whole thing.
I'm always fishing for ideas, so if you have some suggestions, let me doodle you one.