Meeting Notes 11

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It’s been a long while since I went to a meeting (thankfully) but sometimes they must happen, and here was the product of that time. I think some of it needs explanation.

Let’s start with the obvious. I got the first season of Adventure Time on DVD, so Jake and Finn were certainly on the brain a lot all last week. Jake was tough, because I was doing this all from memory, but Finn is easy peasy.

At the top, you may have noticed the Fairy Especially. This was inspired by Kate’s Engrish post. I was still giggling after reading it and tried to draw something that she and her husband summoned after reading the back of a crazy Engrish doll’s package. (Seriously, if that’s not enough enticement to get over to her blog, there’s something wrong with you).

And of course the rock guitar represents all the rock n’ roll that happened over the weekend as I finally found time to pick up my least good brand Fender guitar (Squier). Hey, it was cheap and it sounds great. Works for me.

Thank goodness I have something to keep me sane in long boring meetings. I have brainstormed for stories before, but I find doodling both distracts you and oddly enough, keeps you paying attention.

What do you think? Did I get Finn and Jake spot on? Did the Fairy Especially visit you after you read the incantation? What do you do during boring meetings or even boring conversation?

13 thoughts on “Meeting Notes 11

  1. Hahaha, awesome love it. I’ve only seen a couple of episodes so I can’t say much about the accuracy but it looks good to me! I’ve actually heard of people using doodles for notes in college, it helped them memory associate what the professor said. Doesn’t work that way for me though, sadly.

    • I think if you can doodle about what the topic is about then maybe. But I usually had to take actual notes when it mattered. I did get bonus points on tests sometimes for my doodles though. Woot!

  2. Those are some good doodles. Unfortunately I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting Jake or Finn yet but they do look familiar.

    I have zero drawing abilities so most of my doodles are abstract creatures/landscapes. Sometimes I draw mazes. I try to keep the “hallways” or whatever as narrow as possible and make the maze as complex as I can.

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