A daily create I wish I had done, but still did not. I embed one example, yet, there are many more beautiful contributions.
Wind on the Hill
Written by johnjohnston on September 29, 2013 11:31 am
I feel reminded on one of Johns pictures he uploaded on flickr.
The first dailycreate I managed since my last log was: Draw a map that shows alternate paths from here to there. I remember I was late, still, better late than never.
Here I took Chinese ink and a frost blue water color. I let them flow across the paper and also drew with a brush over it.
Next there was the idea to shoot a video concerning food and Karen Young impressed me by telling me how I can avoid crying when chopping onions.
I also was surprised by a tweet, Rochelle sent me for her animation of a birthday cake, which she prepared for her happy 51st birthday.
Way late #ds106 #dailycreate tdc633 video close-up of birthday cake remix of "Tending to My Cherry Red". http://t.co/GiXQj3qgqm @StefanieJ2
— Rochelle Lockridge (@Rockylou22) October 9, 2013
The next surprise caught me when I saw that a dailycreate was postet which was created by me.
"Cry, die, then fly … take a picture that expresses emerging from a crisis."
You can read about it in my last dailycreate log.
I took photographs of a film on my screen and combined them with the help on a photo editing software by arranging them and using layer modes. Finally I desaturated the picture.
Maybe Christen Bouffard used a technique similar to the above example to create the following picture where a dailycreate advised her to combine two visual patterns.
Viewing the examples I sensed that the terms visual patters was differently interpreted. Some strictly used what the common sense says is a pattern, others saw a pattern in pictures about something.
Then Alan Levine was blessed with a cute idea
"I’m in Alaska! Draw me an abstract image a bear or a moose!!
and I wasn't able to resist, I had to draw.
Guilia kindly gave the being a name.
Finally, just today I saw this awesame video by Chris concerning the dailycreate
"Make a lip-dub video to a song about radio."