Talk about whatever you feel like, no need to be derby related. If we’re on to page 3 already, don’t bother reading through. It’s mostly gibberish that we can’t remember two hours later anyways. Shirt ads are welcome eHalcyon!
[quote]We do not train to be merciful here. Mercy is for the weak. Here, in the streets, in competition: A man confronts you, he is the enemy. An enemy deserves no mercy.
Imagine our 16" by 20" print area is broken up into a grid of 1/4" squares. Your job this week is to create an image by filling some of these squares with blocks of solid color. You can place your design anywhere you want within the grid, and fill (or not fill) as many of the squares (or pixels) as you like. All of your pixels must align to the same 64 x 80 grid of 1/4" squares. You can’t use any other design elements: no lines, no shading, no partial or multicolored pixels. And, of course, you’re restricted to our usual six ink colors. This the same challenge faced by many of the early pioneers of computer graphics. Let’s see what you can do with it.
No video-game or computer-graphics references whatsoever will be permitted.
And no text.
This theme announcement is dedicated to Prof. Tek. We hope to hear from you soon.
I’ll do it if I don’t come up with some brilliant idea. I should probably finish this church summer camp poster first though… any poster design tips? I’ve done web, brochure and shirt design now, but posters are new to me. I was told to make it 11"x17" which also seems a bit long to me…