|Archive Cast Forum RSS Books! Poll Results About Search Fan Art Podcast More Stuff Random Support on Patreon|
Puppy hiatus! Reruns daily; new comics restart 3 December 2018
1 Shakespeare: Okay, we can start filming our first episode tomorrow morning.
2 Ophelia: Where will we shoot? We don't have a set. And Theophilus needs time to make period costumes.
3 Shakespeare: The opening is set in the present day, so we can shoot anywhere, with modern clothes.
4 Ophelia: But... planning!
4 Shakespeare: It's art! Planning is contra-indicated!
First (1) | Previous (3873) | Next (3875) || Latest Rerun (1893) |
Latest New (3883)|
First 5 | Previous 5 | Next 5 | Latest 5
Shakespeare theme: First | Previous | Next | Latest || First 5 | Previous 5 | Next 5 | Latest 5
This strip's permanent URL: http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/3874.html
Annotations off: turn on
Annotations on: turn off
Sometimes careful planning goes into creating art, but at other times art can be created with no forward planning whatsoever.
Grab a piece of paper and start scribbling some time.
Or even grab a camera and just start shooting. Stills, video, whatever!
Here's a challenge: The very next time you leave your home, take a camera (a phone camera is fine) and take at least a dozen photos on your walk. Whether it be a stroll through the forest or just down to the corner store to buy a carton of milk. Post those dozen photos online and post a link to them in the forums, or send me the link. Let's see what we can come up with! I'll post a list of all the results so we can share them all.
Let's make some art! GO!
EDIT: And putting my money where my mouth is, I didn't plan ahead what day of the week this comic would appear. As it happened, it appeared on Friday night my time, and the next time I left home was to go for a walk to my local fish & chips place for lunch on Saturday. So I took my camera.
I took 36 photos. Here are 35 of them - the 36th was a second photo of the dog, which turned out too blurry. All of these photos are taken within about 15 minutes walk from where I live.
You may find it interesting how these photos differ from what you could shoot near where you live. To me, however, these sights are mundane, and it takes a special effort to go out and take photos of the things I see frequently. But to you, it's (hopefully) interesting! So you may think where you live is boring and there's nothing worth taking photos of - but I'd like to see them, because I don't live there and I'm sure I'd find them interesting.
And here are some sets shared by readers:
LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO Group of companies,
which does not sponsor, authorise, or endorse this site.|
This material is presented in accordance with the LEGO® Fair Play Guidelines.