I'd thrown back a few Everyday Matters prompts on this day because they were things I'd need to go outside to find and we were about to settle in for a night of TV watching. (It was Sunday, so the Celebrity Apprentice finale was on.) Then I happened across this one and it was perfect - we had to have a spray bottle, right?
We did, but of course not a plain, basic one. This was a bottle of Downy Wrinkle Releaser, I think. I don't care about wrinkles that much, but it's also a de-static-er, and that's very important in low-humidity Colorado. I still haven't entirely managed to wear a skirt successfully under all conditions (no matter how much of that stuff I spray on everything, skirt + tights on most days = a nightmare of continually yanking at the stupid thing), but at least it's gotten a little better.
Anyway, about the drawing - things like this are actually a great exercise in perspective because there are so many different jutting angles and shapes. It'll keep you on your toes, even if you think you know what it looks like. Which is why it's important to draw what you see, not what you think you see.