Friday, 29 November 2013

COLUMN OF PEN - Friday Night Toddler Art Gallery

#40 - COLUMN OF PEN


Uniball Gel Impact 1.0m, black, on B&Q Matt Brilliant White emulsion

This celebrates two colours, black and white, and one dimension, up and down.

Just like Column of Coloured Pencil... It deliberately, wilfully almost, works against the preponderance of white.

A message, or presence, on your journey to the garden.


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List of words meaning hunk - can you think of any others?


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Monday, 25 November 2013

List of words meaning hunk - can you think of any others?






Long story... writing up a proposal that revolves around a few 'hunks'. Or 'beefcakes'. And had to come up with a load of synonyms to get me through the pages...

- can you think of any others?

It'd be great to hear from you in Comments below...

Adonis
alpha
ape-like
athletic
beefcake
beefy
brawny
bruiser
caveman
dreamboat
gallant
hefty
hulk
hunk
jock
looker
macho
male model
manly
muscular
powerful
red-blooded
stallion
strapping
stud
sturdy
virile
well-built



Adding this to my "lists of words" that I bank on these pages here...

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A Great Disruption - How To Create A Webseries From Start To Finish


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Sunday, 24 November 2013

The Great Disruption - How To Create A Webseries From Start To Finish



Probably adding a new webseries catch-all list to the bottom of my Great Disruption page...

How To Create A Web Series From Start To Finish - Complete Film Courage Series with Joe Wilson - YouTube
(via WebSeriesToday...)



Filmmaker / Web Series Creator Joe Wilson (VAMPIRE MOB) takes us into his post-production process. He talks about the value of knowing how to edit, and the more you know about the whole process the better you are going to be as a filmmaker.


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The Great Disruption - Adventures in twitter fiction


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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

The Great Disruption - Adventures in twitter fiction


Need to add this to my GREAT DISRUPTION page...

I always compare what's going on now with 1950's UK television, but Andrew Fitzgerald compares it with 1930's radio...



In the 1930s, broadcast radio introduced an entirely new form of storytelling; today, micro-blogging platforms like Twitter are changing the scene again. Andrew Fitzgerald takes a look at the (aptly) short but fascinating history of new forms of creative experimentation in fiction and storytelling.

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