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Xylanthius OP wrote

I’m ready. Do we post a new post or play it in here?

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ziq wrote

No one will see it unless it's a new post. This one is down to page 3 or 4 by now.

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Xylanthius OP wrote

Let’s draw some shit. Don’t overthink it.

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yaaqov wrote

Would this be like, with digital drawing tools? Or we would print it out? Or the addition is in a more abstract sense, but not on the same contiguous canvas as the previous person's contribution?

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Xylanthius OP wrote

It could be anything. it could be digital, or print and scan, or anything only bound to the individual's creativity and creative expression. There are hard rules with creativity. That's what makes it magical.

It would be cool to see what happens. :-)

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yaaqov wrote

Okay! I agree, and would definitely be interested in participating.

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Xylanthius OP wrote

Yes!!! Okay I'll start.

Or maybe we should both start?

:-)

Separate entries.

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Xylanthius OP wrote

What is that?

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Xylanthius OP wrote

I don’t understand how to play that game based off of the description could you kindly explain please?

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GrimWillow wrote

The way I remember it, without having clicked on the wikipedia link, is that you fold a paper into three segments and pass it around. Each player draws on a segment hidden from the rest from top to bottom, and they have to draw a "creature". The person drawing the top portion usually draws the head, and leaves markers to indicate where the neck continues onto the next segment, so that the next artist can tell where to attach their interpretation of the "body". They would likewise leave indicators for the next artist of where the body continues.

I wonder how this would play out online. Could it extend to more than just 3 segments?

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GrimWillow wrote

I like this idea, I'll set something up and make a new post about it soon. :)

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Xylanthius OP wrote

head, torso, hand, other hand, other leg, other leg, tail?

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