Wednesday, April 01, 2009

100 ideas: A swap-bot challenge

These are things I did for the Swap-bot challenge. I'm going to be doing plenty more. We had to take Keri Smith's 100 ideas and work with them. We had to do at least five: here are my piece that are "digitally" recorded.
Map Everywhere you went in a day.
Well as you can see, I'm not a very good map maker. (cartographer?) This map is utterly boring and uninspired. I should have done different trips in different colors. That would have been at least a bit more exciting. I might try this again when I have an intersting day planned.

Create an image using dots. I had a blast doing this one and plan to do more dotty art. There's something very relaxing about doing art in dots.

#62 Write an entry in LARGE LETTERS: Ok this one was weird. It's like almost an incomplete though process. Fill an entry in large letters. That means it's got to be short sweet and to the point. So I think this sums it all up.

#100 Draw a Double Handed Mirror Image Drawing (this is one of my own..the last give are ideas of your own making)

#20 Write A Haiku: I like writing Haikus. This one is a bit simple, but i Wanted to play with the color/word play.

I've got another Haiku in a different book, but I can't find it. It's a tiny little portable book and it tends to slip under things and get lost.

So check out Keri Smith's blog and try the 100 ideas yourself. It's a lot of fun! I'm off to dig into the deeper more challenging of the ideas.


Anonymous said...

Yes! Someone else who is following Smith's 100 ideas! I plan on completing every idea and documenting it in my blog, I'm so excited to find someone else who appreciates this! I've only done the first 3 so far. You can check them out in my blog!

nifwlseirff said...

Fantastic! It looks like you are continuing to power your way through the list of (nearly) 100 things :-) Have fun!

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