Tue, Jul. 12th, 2005, 03:32 pm
i made a movie in 4 hours yesterday.
i think this could be a fun game, create a film from inception to final edit in under 24 hours and upload it to the web. (you can do it for free at www.archive.org, which is an awsome site btw)
ive made lots of movies in under one day, but i wanna see what others can do. http://www.archive.org/details/lipslikevodkapart1
theres mine. 9.9 megs, 24 seconds long, quicktime.
i dont really care what you think of this one, it was mostly an editing proceedure, i wanna see what you all can do in 24 hours. GO!
The strangest or most surreal picture of a banana you can find.( My DonationCollapse )
create a comic in PAINT, stream of conciousness, then, when you are done, write a puchline for it.
here are a few of mine.
now it is your turn.
i have 42 hand drawn ones...if i find a scanner, and people like this game, ill add some.
Looking at the random collection of images sitting on my hard drive, I thought "why not make a surreally random colorbar thing out of them?"
Then I made it and thought "This is a bit crap, I bet people on surrealistgames
can do way better."
So anyone out there who likes playing with Photoshop or PSP, share your results.( My colorbarCollapse )
It begins with a simple sentence.
Each participant takes their thesaurus
and substitutes for each word in the sentence another word listed as a synonym (excepting words like "the" and "and"). Then, post your results.
First sentence: The great detective removes his socks, and wishes for a day when the sunlight sparkles.
did you get my e-mail of the first image? if not i'll resend it.
i think we should set up a dead line for this game to be over, how bout two weeks?
let's keep a tight ship.
so i was wondering if you guys and dolls would like to participate in a visual game of exquisite corpse. "how this will go down?" you ask. like this:
1)anyone interested posts their e-mail address(in the comment area) and in what order they would like to be e-mailed.
2)i send a picture of something to the first person. they inturn find a pic that works with it and they send their pic to the next, and so on and so forth till it comes back to me. and i'll photoshop it together(with little to no editing).
then i'll premeire it here and we can say "hhmmm. interesting" and so forth.
so, yeah, who's down?
I've thought of a way to play this game
through this medium. After I finish posting this, I will write down 25 questions [I'm sure there won't be that many but just in case] and set them aside in something akin to the Gorefic Lockbox until there are a good number of answers in the box below. In a later entry I will post the linked questions and answers so we may learn the true queries to our replies.
The Great Spirit, tired of hearing the whinings and moanings of the mortals for a meaning to their existence, searched for a way and means to convey this without giving the secret away. He decided to assemble a commitee of five mortals to represent the human race, one for air, one for fire, one for earth, one for water, and one for the spirit.
The Great Spirit would allow things that normally could not communicate though speech to do so for this committee meeting, thus allowing new information in to the realm of consciousness that was never before allowed. The five were seated at a semi circular table with a small stage before them draped in crimson curtains. The group elected the Earth rep as spokesman of the lot, as he was the most rational. The five were urged to call upon any thing they could imagine, which would come before them on the stage, and they were allowed to ask that thing any one question, which the guest must answer.
To play this game, a THING will be identified and a question posed. You must answer the question as if you were speaking for the designated THING, call upon a new thing, and ask it a question in your reply message.
The committee calls upon the Moon!
Q: Do you ever tire of circling the Earth?