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03/12/2021 03:32:08 AM · #1
some amazing entries ..
was blown away .. such imaginative ppl in this site ..
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03/11/2021 11:47:46 PM · #2
Oops... my phone..

More*
03/11/2021 11:46:54 PM · #3
I had it made for a top ten this morning...

Only ten entries.

Looks like there are four mote Extreme Procrastinators than me.

Ha!

03/11/2021 11:41:15 PM · #4
Originally posted by Lydia:

14 entries in with 20 minutes to go.

Well dang.

I was hoping for a top ten.

Well, I'm already in so your chances have improved ...
03/11/2021 11:39:35 PM · #5
14 entries in with 20 minutes to go.

Well dang.

I was hoping for a top ten.

03/10/2021 12:09:09 AM · #6
Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

Letís see ... 1200 pixels / 5 is 240 ... this will look like a strip of 8 mm film. You remember film, right?

Just a shameless plug to expand the 1200 pixel limit.

That's not doable right now, we have zero control over that at this time. However, a 4-square strip or similar would work fine... Four 500x500 with nice gutters and margins...

4x500=2,000>1,200. Maybe you meant 2-up and 2-down rather than in a row tryptich-style. Yes, Iím sure thatís what you meant.

Yep, that's what I meant: as in "a 4-square comic strip", a common thing,
03/09/2021 11:20:04 PM · #7
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

Letís see ... 1200 pixels / 5 is 240 ... this will look like a strip of 8 mm film. You remember film, right?

Just a shameless plug to expand the 1200 pixel limit.

That's not doable right now, we have zero control over that at this time. However, a 4-square strip or similar would work fine... Four 500x500 with nice gutters and margins...


4x500=2,000>1,200. Maybe you meant 2-up and 2-down rather than in a row tryptich-style. Yes, Iím sure thatís what you meant.

Message edited by author 2021-03-09 23:22:26.
03/09/2021 09:38:24 PM · #8
Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

Letís see ... 1200 pixels / 5 is 240 ... this will look like a strip of 8 mm film. You remember film, right?

Just a shameless plug to expand the 1200 pixel limit.

That's not doable right now, we have zero control over that at this time. However, a 4-square strip or similar would work fine... Four 500x500 with nice gutters and margins...
03/09/2021 06:37:22 PM · #9
Letís see ... 1200 pixels / 5 is 240 ... this will look like a strip of 8 mm film. You remember film, right?

Just a shameless plug to expand the 1200 pixel limit.
03/09/2021 05:42:31 PM · #10
Ahhh... thanks! I understand now, I think.

(Congratulations, Bear!! Ha!)
03/09/2021 04:42:05 PM · #11
It does mean that you can set it up like a comic strip, but under Extended I think that would be *legal* anyway; I think it's "extra" information in case people hadn't considered the idea already, and might think they had to "tell a story" in a single scene ...
03/09/2021 04:38:15 PM · #12
That's the way I read it, but I'm not the one that posted it up... (Gawd, it feels good to say that after so many years!)
03/09/2021 04:33:13 PM · #13
Challenge Details: Set up a scene using one or more toys that tell the viewer some sort of story.
Challenge Type: Member Challenge Member Challenge
Challenge Rules: Extended Editing
Extra Rules: You may optionally combine up to 5 unique captures in a non-overlapping sequence (think polyptych).

Does this mean that the regular Extended Editing rules apply, but if we'd like to, we can do something like a comic strip using up to five "panels"?

Or something else?

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