Drawing Prompt: Tea Time at World's End

2:37 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

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"There's gotta be a kettle somewhere in all this rubble!" I sigh as I search what's left of the local diner following The Great Disaster. "I'm just dying for a spot of tea!" I keep searching. "Rats! Looks like every last kettle has already been snagged." I eventually uncover a load of metal utensils. "Jackpot! Good thing I'm handy with a welder. Tea time!"

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6:36 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

Cool idea! Lots of interesting shape and texture here. I wonder how long it'd take to bend all that cutlery into shape

7:59 PM, Monday March 28th 2022

Thanks. Desire for tea can bring about great patience in a person :)

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11:00 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

anything can be a kettle if you're a welder! wonder how heavy it would be.

the drawing is easy to read even with the complex shapes, kudos!

8:09 PM, Monday March 28th 2022

Exactly! The possibilities are only limited by what you can scavenge . . . and of course having the proper tools and expertise.

I imagine it would weigh similarly to a drawer-ful of metal utensils :)

Thanks for your kind words.

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3:07 PM, Monday March 28th 2022

I love your descriptions for your prompts so far! Very fun :D

8:16 PM, Monday March 28th 2022
edited at 8:17 PM, Mar 28th 2022

Thank you. I take great inspiration from the descriptions for the original prompts themselves. I love Comfy's ability (and whoever else works with him) to weave a back-story into the prompt. It gives so much more life and interest and meaning to the images we create.

edited at 8:17 PM, Mar 28th 2022
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5:39 PM, Monday March 28th 2022

Fantastic!

8:20 PM, Monday March 28th 2022

Thanks for taking a look. I'm glad you like it.

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1:50 AM, Tuesday March 29th 2022

this is wonderful. i think there might be a leak right . . . there (:

5:08 AM, Tuesday March 29th 2022
edited at 5:10 AM, Mar 29th 2022

Thanks so much for pointing that out. I knew I would miss a spot . . . welding . . . fixed! Let me know if you spot any more :)

I'm glad you like it.

edited at 5:10 AM, Mar 29th 2022
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8:01 AM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

The storyline that you have created further for your kettle is very interesting! Love it!

8:51 PM, Saturday April 2nd 2022

Thanks, Samieee :) I find it fun to try to squeeze my images for all the story-goodness I can.

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