Thanks to all who took part on last weekend's "scissors" challenge.
This week we are out in the fresh air again. What can you make from this simple image of few planks of wood drifting on the sea? Have they been there long and drifted from a sunken ship, or have they recently been put there for a reason? It's entirely up to you to show us the story.
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Now that is a new take on it 🙂
Make sure the cardboard doesn't get soggy!
Indeed, Dave. For some, the water itself is more dangerous than even the greatest (wood) shark.
Either those fountains are powered or we've sprung a leak !
Did you notice the change in the sign? 🙂
I hadn't, but I have now 🙂
Lateral thinking Jane 🙂
Is that a Blender render Jane?
Convincing joiner skills, Jane.
Thanks, guys! Trevor, I only used Photoshop, as my Blender skills are rated “super beginner”.
I take people were BOARD TO DEATH to death this weekend! Great work guys and gals... very clever. Loved the shark and mouse!!!!!
There is still plenty of time to put an image forward before the next challenge on Friday.
All are welcome, the more the merrier.
"I take people were BOARD..."
... but never bored! 🤣