Decided to follow along with the illustrator monotone approach (after a year in the waiting). Wound up with an image that almost makes these floor buffers look like a new facial product. Also tried to make this lineup of machines look like a starting line at a race. Ready, set, buff!
cray-TON! Great to have you back pal. Looks like vector is the soupa pimp du jour. Nice work. Any reason for the hue change from blue to purple?
Nice image…even though it’s purple.
Wow Mike, your first dsnlg ever
and how long have you been a member???
Bang up job though, I could see this conversation becoming one of my favorites.
I know I know. I’m a slacker.
Blue to purple? Makes for a nice feminine product, methinks.
welcome back Creighton. I had to comment on the purple and I had to say something about your slack ass being so damned late… found a site that says there’s a connection!
hey it’s that girl from vacant.cc it kind of creeps me out how i see her everywhere.
good call ohsoquiet…I just found the pics searching for “tired”, I think…I like ‘em cuz she kinda looks like my girlfriend (except not as cute, of course)
nice image, my style^_^ Do they sell hot pink glasses?
Mmm…green. My favorite. But! We seem to have had a spill of sorts. Fortunately our trusty Swiffer is here to help out. It leaves regular mops out to dry. Sorry about the mess, all.
I could use some green right now
So let me get this straight: NO ONE knows the girl in image 3 personally? Wow - she’s a superstar and she doesn’t even know it. Well a superstar among designologuers. Well, among designologuers who’ve seen this designologue.
Those swiffers…they kick dust’s ASS!
That is a great image #5.
That was quite a load for one lady, and not very sanitary quarters for that matter.
Maybe a friend can offer some help?
These days, even Mr Clean’s gotta pick up some extra freelance
I love that one - finally some kind of a message
Six and Seven look great, guys - (this designologue was taking a bit of a downturn at 3 to 6, visually. I’m glad to see a return to the flatter color and use of space).
That’s one long T-square, Lincoln!
After much deliberation, it’s time to start clean with a clean start. Spring is approaching and this DSNLG is being put to rest. This will be the first DSNLG that I have completed using DSNLG (funny that it started on version 2.0). It’s been fun Mr. Former President.
With it aside, it’s time to spring forward and get to the nitty gritty. I mark this as the first entry in the first chapter of my DSNLG journal.
Good reply, creighton! A splendid finish!
nice image…we didn’t really talk too much at the beginning about what ‘cleanstart’ was gonna be about…it was back on 2.0 …our first DSNLG…we were fresh out of college…(now creighton’s fresh and I’m just out of college…bu-dun-tsch)… but this last one finally hits what I think we originally had in mind…now lets do another