If this blog gets any more reflective, it will be a mirror.
So, I get to look at what I did and what I liked. Say, didn’t I do this about my photography about four posts back?
Okay. I liked a lot of what I did for the visual and design assignments. In fact, I was pretty pleased with just about everything. A couple pictures wouldn’t make the cut, and I wish I had spent more time on the movie fortunes, but I have no legitimate regrets about what I’ve made here. Hrm… if I had to choose a favorite thing…. The five card story was pretty fun. It turned out pretty well, at least.
My first Daily Shoot photo was nice.
So were several others:
I liked the idea of the Hero’s Journey collective fairy tale, but it sort of fell apart about halfway through. That was disappointing, but I have no control over what takes and what doesn’t take online.
While I’m typically all for looking back and giving praise where praise is due, the fact that we are being told to do this in a specific post seems rather redundant if we’ve been doing the commenting that we’re supposed to do. And I have. As Mauve’s bird says: “WHIRRRRRRRRR.”
Okay. So. Things I’ve seen and liked… Well, everything has been pretty awesome. I liked just about every single one of the four icon challenges, though some were more effective than others. To name two specific ones I was impressed with:
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Galagon’s hand-drawn awesomeness.
I thought the addition of color to newspaper blackout poetry by Jessica was particularly creative.
It’s difficult for me to pick and choose photos that I spotted simply because I tended to go through the DailyShoot website to make my comments. I remember liking Cali4beach’s dailyshoot assignments consistently. She’s got quite the eye for photography and I can imagine that she could be quite the force to reckon with if she kept with it.
Jordan’s Media Player/iTunes poem was excellent, and then she went and took it to a new level. Awesome!
Well, there are more, undoubtedly, that I enjoyed, but I’m at a loss for them now. If I remember any others, I’ll see about posting them.
Check out Sofia’s Big Photo assignment! It is really inspiring!