boardscollaborationssecond grade imagination, GOT ONE....
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iconDeadlyBlondeArcher
PackingA.44Magnum
8 min
iconSweetcell
Master
3 versions
36 min
iconlori
Master
13 min
iconmooki
Addict
20 min
DeadlyBlondeArcher (May 25, 2007)
ok, pretend like you're 8 years old and somebody scribbled and told you to make a picture out of it...if you'd like to participate, let me know, i'll add you as a collaborator and you may add a layer and create a drawing using the images/scribbles present. The next participant will hide your layer, and do their own interpretation of what they see in the scribbles, etc.... i guess till we run out of space. if you would like to, start your own scribble art and add others to keep it going.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited May 25, 2007)
drawn in 8 min
lori and barb, you're added if you want to play with it. if anybody else wants to play, let me know here and i'll add you. When you add your 'revision/interpretation', be sure to hide the layer of the person who drew before you... we can view all the different revisions to see the interpretations. I guess it'll be finished when the last person runs out of space.

then don't forget to start your own scribble collab =] [don't eat the paste or you'll have to stay in during recess, do you hear me....]
Sweetcell (edited May 25, 2007)
drawn in 2 min
Okey dokey Lori, go play. :)

Idid it wrong, I did it wrong. I wasn't sure what you meant. Ignore this stupid doodle.

Sorry Cindy. I go fix.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited May 25, 2007)
it's okay, it's OKAY... I'm not a very good teacher..haha... you can just take that layer away, add a blank one, and then you make what i scribbled into something... you can add anything you want to make your picture, you just aren't allowed to take away my scribbles. lol [those are extremely artistic scribbles, though, try to remember what you did there when you start one that i can play on, i could really work with that stuff. hah] keep in mind that each person does their own thing with the original scribble, and hides the previous person's layer before they post their interpretation. [ just to clarify... you don't hide the initial original scribble, just anyone's revision after that]
Sweetcell (May 25, 2007)
drawn in 33 min
I dunno, I guesse it's Arthurian. I didn't know what to do with the scribble on the bottom right, so yeah, Lady of the Lake. "I give you.......Excalibur."

The one on the bottom left is like one of those hedge mazes. A Lyre (harp) and the pretty notes it sings.

So what am I supposed to do next? Hide this and start another doodle for the next person?
DeadlyBlondeArcher (May 25, 2007)
looking really interesting so far.... =]
Sweetcell (edited May 25, 2007)
drawn in 45 sec
Ok, I did it wrong again. I went back and hid my picture and I'll edit my description.

Ok, Lori cantry now. Sorry bout that, my bad.
PolythenePam (May 25, 2007)
I want to play!
Sweetcell (May 25, 2007)
Y'see, now I look at this and I see somethig totally different. Gotta love the imagination.
lori (May 25, 2007)
drawn in 13 min
next person can make mine invisible
Sweetcell (May 25, 2007)
Hahahahaha, fabulous, I didn't even think color. Man I'm dense sometimes.
I love that ssssssssssssssnake.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited May 26, 2007)
yay this is exactlyhow it's supposed to work...

OK, polypam, you're in =]

edit; i set this to finished so i could start something else i'm never going to finish... anyone is still welcome to play with it if they'd like
mooki (May 26, 2007)
may i joinnnn?
DeadlyBlondeArcher (May 26, 2007)
why certainly you may... i'd be delighted to have you.... consider yourself 'added'... have fun ;]
mooki (May 26, 2007)
drawn in 20 min
can you say rinosnail?
DeadlyBlondeArcher (May 29, 2007)
WONDERFUL.... I think it's as much fun to see what people do with the scribbles as it is to make something out of them myself... thanks for sharing some of your imagination, mooki =]
lori (May 29, 2007)
there's nothing else to say but "rinosnail"
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