Using wirrow's circle template I used lines that already existed in his pattern to create a jack-o'-lantern.
CALLING EVERYONE! LET'S START MAKING ART TOGETHER AROUND THE THEME OF CHILDHOOD!
We want to begin making records together regarding the theme of CHILDHOOD! For many of us Childhood is a time of pretend & playing with your imagination. So let's take this theme (which was contributed by RECorder van-gramsci) & see what we can create as a community. We could even end up making an entire Live Show around this theme featuring different Short Films, Music, etc.
You can contribute your RE: Childhood records to the collaboration here: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/897689
Here's how you can contribute to this collaboration:
EVERYONE: RECord yourself talking into a camera about Childhood & upload your video to the site. Some topics could be What do you remember most about your childhood? or What's your earliest memory?
PARENTS: Make art with your kids for this collaboration! You could RECord them telling a story or reacting to a story or character from hitRECord. Perhaps they'll create their own artwork. NOTE: Please only RECord your own children!
VIDEO EDITORS: Download footage on hitRECord regarding Childhood & start cutting it together into short films.
WRITERS: Write a story RE: Childhood.
ILLUSTRATORS: Draw a picture or create a character (or series of characters) RE: Childhood.
CURATORS: You can create & curate Albums of records from hitRECord that revolve around this theme.
NOTE: Since Marcel Proust's novel "A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu" is in the Public Domain, we could also remix the text for this collaboration. Perhaps we could select a sentence from this novel about childhood & make a short film out of it. How else can we use this novel as a resource? Let us know!
Additional information on the novel can be found here: http://www.metafilter.com/115084/Marcel-Prousts-A-La-Recherche-Du-Temps-Perdu
FCP by Dr. Gory
I regret to inform you that our opinions differ. Please accept this basket of stale bread, fruit cake, and a hand knitted oversized vomit-green sweater with a cat on it.
He asked for her hand,
but she just gave him the finger.
"Well, she's not as smart, but her soups are just to die for."
This is something that I've actually overheard my Mom say. I would have been insulted, but my soups are quite tasty.
I really love Macksmalachi's tiny story "the other sister (tiny story remix)". Here's a slightly different take on what was originally intended.