Since moving into the new place I have been pondering what to do with the large blank walls. The whole place is painted off-white and is generally quite bland.
Today I have remedied this problem for one of the bigger walls in the living area, and this is how:
As Relay draws to a close and I reflect on the year, one of the things I will always remember about Relay is Ruggle Juggle. For those of you who have no idea what that is, I provide a simple 3 point illustration.
Ruggle Juggle, easy as 1, 2, 3!
I’m not usually a big fan of internet meme’s, but this one produces some quite impressive results and is rather fun to do as well! Here are the four simple steps:
The first article title on the page is the name of your band. (If it’s the entry for a real musician or band, cheating with a reload is probably a good idea.)
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.
4. Use your graphics program of choice to throw them together, like so:
I’m really pleased with this one, it’s one of the best combinations I’ve seen arise.
Again, the image and the album title fit together perfectly, although I could have spent some more time finding a better font colour…
Remember, you’re a pirate now, act accordingly!
I’m not really sure what this means… but I drew it anyway.
A bunch of us went to Alton Towers a few weeks ago, and Adam took this video on Nemesis:
Yeah, OK, I might have played with it a little bit. I’ve been learning how to use some cool video editing software with a view to doing some slightly more interesting things, and this is the first thing I’ve really made.
I took a few pictures of my room last night because it was in such a mess, and today I had a play around with flickr, which is really quite cool. Check out the results (click the photo, duh!):
I found this in our vacuum cleaner earlier today (thats right, I do clean my house!)
If anyone happens to recognise it, please let me know whose it is so I can give it back.