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How do you draw a hoover?

Posted on 1998-05-17
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I looking for a picture of a hoover to use as a caricature of a friend of mine. I can't find any ClipArt on the Web so can anyone help me out with some ideas for drawing a hoover of my own. Can't be any old hoover, most cover and wide area and have lots of suction.
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by:aburr
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Look in the newspaper for an ad with a picture. Go to a store and ask for a brochure. Then scan it.
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by:dougier
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I would be extremely careful re copyright of name ....... would it be safer to say that any old vaccum cleaner would do ?
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by:slinky
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I don't have a scanner and I need a more cartoon feel in order to make a caricature type thing.
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by:vlad_impala
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by:dougier
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Is this an upright or cylinder type thing.  I don't think he sounds like an upright sort of chap!
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by:MorFF
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I think you will have to reject vlad_numpty's answer because your specific request was for a hoover not a dyson or elecrolux (or a yahoo!)

have a look at

http://www.hoovercompany.com/

and in the products section you will find some very useful gif's that look as if they were drawn by a 2 year old.

Cheers - MorFF
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by:dougier
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try www.abel.co.uk/~slinky that really sucks!!!!!
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by:MorFF
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Award the points!
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by:slinky
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I think MorFF's hoovers suit my purpose better.
MorFF, care to resubmit as an answer?
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Glad to be of help!

MorFF
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by:slinky
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It's the appliance of science.
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