Sunday, December 10, 2006

Red Dog, Yard Explorer.


So, my GF (girlfriend) has a kick ass backyard that my beagle enjoys inspecting in detail. I thought, the other day, he might benefit from having a spelunker's headlamp to help him navigate the dense brush...plus, he tends to get lost frequently and has really poor listening skills...this may help us keep tabs on him.

13 comments:

MCALDWELLC said...

yeah, go ahead and say it, Sarah...shitty photoshop skills...

minus five said...

how did you know?

Anonymous said...

It should not just be about the technology (Pshop) first, rather the concept / idea first, then execution.

A great concept will overcome any technology.

I think I read that in a fortune cookie.

MCALDWELLC said...

thank you, Mel.
take that, Sarah!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm beginning to be like minu5ive's snottiness towards blogging replies ...

Let me rephrase ... "a great concept" will overcome any technology.

I'm no 2nd coming of Jay Chiat, but your concept is not great.

I recalled an award winning ad displayed in Comm Arts many years ago, the head(line) was, something like: "See our great tan line"; and the graphic was a, simple line drawing outline of the Florida map ... which looked like some kid could have sketched.

So, my point ... with a great concept, your execution does not have to be that great.

In other words, if you had a shining head(line) ... your Pshop skills could have been fine.

Hmmm, let me think of a head for your cute beagle photo.

MCALDWELLC said...

for chrissake, it's a picture of my dog...not a pitch for Petsmart. there was no concept. 5 minutes in photoshop, a silly commentary on my dog and that's all she wrote. cut me some slack people, it's studio week.

aud said...

you shouldn't post anything that doesn't have a concept mary. c'mon we're all judging you!

MCALDWELLC said...

watch it, neighbor!!!!

Anonymous said...

huh???
whaaa.
oh.
I thought it was a full critique of your work.
Sorry.
Great work Mary.

; )

Tania Rochelle said...

Well, I think Red should have his own show on Animal Planet.

minus five said...

dude, if your real work ever looks anything like that, you should go ahead a drop out and become a truck driver.

Anonymous said...

Worse, or she can drop out and go into desktop publishing ; )

Anonymous said...

You people have a case of the Mondays.