Sunday, September 23, 2007

My Very Own Moai Statue

9 comments:

Carol L. Douglas said...

Very funny! I like it a lot.

Vicki said...

I like it, too. However, you still need to make your statue out of something tangible. Carol used a stuffed toy; you need to use an object. Remember, you wrote:

"...make a picture of your very own Easter Island Statue - made from a potato, a piece of clay or cabbage or any other useful material."

The clock is ticking! ;)

Carol L. Douglas said...

He did use an object--his face!After all, mine is not a "real" stuffed animal either.

Plus, someone in his family may have cooked the potato by now.

Paul said...

Oh no - did I break my own rules?
Don't worry, my potatoe is still waiting for the hand of the MASTER. Be afraid, fellow contenders, be VERY afraid.

By the way: I did use 100% recycled cyberspace for my very own digital moai statue. And I am sure it's not a spiritual image, so it MUST be a material one. And I have a touch screen, so it IS tangible. Right?

Paul said...

@ Carol, thanks for your help - but you are supporting your only competitor - don't you want to win?!

Carol L. Douglas said...

In this, the World Wrestling Federation of model Maoris, we have to work our audience into a lather. A complete rout by me is not going to do that.

Besides, you really don't think you're going to win, do you?

Carol L. Douglas said...

Whoops! Accidentally turned an artifact into an indigenous New Zealand tribe with my bad spelling. Sorry about that.

Paul said...

I think that you just discovered the missing link: the maoris made the Moais! Of course! Why didn't we think of that before? I think you must tell the Discovery Chanel about this!
And I hate it that you can't edit comments - you can only delete them without a trace when you are the blog owner... But hey, blogger is still a free service - so no complaining from this Dutchman.

Carol L. Douglas said...

I don't worry too much about it... I'm not perfect; it adds to my considerable charm.