A lot of people online found Yakoi's interpretation somewhat deranged. I asked two people in person, and one said (despite being told what it really was) that it was "cute." My response of course was: Really? REALLY?
Still, it's the new "top score." 3.7 (Rounding off)
So, a big thanks to her for letting us Redeem her and add her to the list of people that are "most likely to hear strange voices" before their killing spree.
Want to be Redeemed? Pick an inkblot, draw on it, send it in to email@example.com
Get in on the hot tabletop action! That is, if you haven't emailed some random guy (me) your address, then you will not be in the raffle to win an awesome calendar-like flip-book with some really cool interpretations in it.
It's a conversation starter AND it just might save your table from nasty cup-shaped rings.
How To Enter:Send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org. That's it. Doesn't matter where. All information is confidential.
Five have entered so far...
Contest Details:Winner will be selected randomly (via the ol' names-in-a-hat method.)
One address per...uh, address.
Contest ends Tuesday, March 1st at 11:59 pm.
Episode Ten (Part 3 of 3)
Perhaps I let too much time go by between these. I seem to be getting worse at the various things like recording, finding said recordings, score-keeping, staying on track, editing, screen-size ratio, etc...
If you are new and haven't seen any of these before, then, well...just have a look at some of the nice transitions!
Make sure you view the interpretations in all their full-size glory:
|"Bonus" blot (Ok, it was just an old one from this blog)|
|Thanks, Nadia. I wish I still had the text for this.|
|Inkblot interpretations for gay rights? Why not.|