What you're attempting to do is pointless and counterproductive.
Oil will be in three locations after you turn off your car and park it for the oil change:
- The bottom of the oil pan- this is where about 95 percent of it will be. When you change the oil, this is what gets removed. If you have a dry sump system, you also have to drain the pressurized oil tanks.
- Small amounts scattered around the interior of the block/head/etc, inside the oil filter, inside the oil cooler, etc. When you take apart an engine, everything will be covered in a thin film of oil. There will be little puddles of oil trapped in odd places around the head and so forth.
- Stuck between the bearing surfaces. This is important.
Even when you assemble an engine for the first time, the bearing surfaces have to be lubed. The lube gets flushed out when the oil pump pushes hot oil through the bearings. Until the oil pump pushes the oil all the way through the engine, the bearings are relying on there being residual lubricration. Otherwise you get damage to the bearings.
If you could somehow flush all the oil out of the system (eg, by teeing into the oil system and flushing it with acetone or mineral spirits, etc), you would then succeed in damaging your bearings because they would be unlubricated at startup.
Just swap out the filter and drain the pan and you'll be fine.