What I do when I'm bored at work.

Discussion in 'General Planted Tank Discussions' started by Steve Smith, 5 Mar 2010.

  1. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Member

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    Sitting doodling an idea for a small tank I have kicking about at the moment:

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    Anyone else sit doing this, when they should be working/studying etc? :lol:
     
  2. a1Matt

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    he he... I don't doodle, but I do visit UKAPS ;)
     
  3. paul.in.kendal

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    :text-+1: :clap:
     
  4. Gill

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    LOl - I do that but in my head, as i cannot draw it right on paper.
     
  5. Kosh42-EFG

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    :text-+1:
     
  6. ashpitt

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    :shh: I do that also, dont tell the boss :D
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  7. a1Matt

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    nice drawing skills! 8)
     
  8. paul.in.kendal

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    Actually, what I've just been doing (when I should have been working) is browsing Sense about Science, Kosh42's excellent signature link above! Nice one, Kosh!
     
  9. Kosh42-EFG

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    I've had a rap across the knuckles from another forum about that sig... I was told that no crusading was allowed... Hope the mods here are OK with it...
    But perhaps talking lible laws is for another thread in the off-topic forum [​IMG]
     
  10. burtonman

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    Some of us dont have to work so can doodle all day except might get into trouble with the wife -could be accused of getting under her feet and all that c-----done my share of work in the past---oldie on line.
     
  11. Ajm200

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    I'm a stay at home mum so no boss but I'm writing this while looking at a big pile of dirty dishes and a bowl of hot water. Would doodle if I could find pens that work and paper that's not scribbled on already
     
  12. Jack middleton

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    I've spent many a failed music lesson designing scapes :lol:
     
  13. Dan Walter

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    It would appear there are a few of us that do this..
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  14. Kosh42-EFG

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    Main reason I don't doodle is lack of artistic skill... I plan them in my head...
     
  15. flygja

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    The most I can doodle is a top down planting view. Which doesn't help much :lol:
     
  16. Stickleback

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    I do this.

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    Not as arty as yours I'm afraid. Have been through about a hundred different permutations.Also use the software at work for the schematics. Still undecided.
     
  17. Ben M

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    i doodle when i'm supposed to be doing my music theory lol. all forums are blocked at school though. :(
    which is probably a good thing, so i do my IT instead of looking at fish :lol:

    cheers :D
     
  18. LeTigra

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    I've done that.
    My last job was a fairly quiet one where I had lots of free time but was encouraged to "look busy" - ha! Sat at my desk doodling how I'd like my tank or next project to look
     

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