So I have you ever played that game where you fold up a piece of paper
three of four times and get one person to draw a head on one fold, leave
the neck lines slightly hanging off the next fold, the second person draws
the body, leaves a few lines for legs on the next fold, and the third
person draws the legs and then you unfold the piece of paper and the
collaborative being is revealed? I think I could have over explained if
you’ve ever played the game, but I don’t know the name of the game.
I think we should make a stop motion collabortion, using Sugru, each do a
frame, start simple like a ball bouncing, and morph into wherever it goes,
it’s a stupid idea, but quite simple and engaging and reckon it could turn
into something cool if each frame or set of frames is a mish mash of ideas.
Worked well at EMF with the long exposure camera doing light charades!
Could be a silly little add on to anything else we do on the day,
engaging/intriguing could be comedy, and all we need is a camera pretty
much.On Monday, 22 September 2014 16:38:49 UTC+1, bob wrote:
On Tuesday the 30th of September, from 7pm we will be holding a FREE(!!!)
Sugru build night at the Hackspace!
We have piles of Sugru that have been donated for it by Instructables, and
will be making whatever our crazy minds can imagine. Come along and build,
make, fix and improve your objects, projects, or household fixtures and
If you don’t have any ideas what to make, come along anyway, chat to
people, have a look at sugru.com or instructables.com for inspiration.
Theres also a competition to win some awesome stuff for the space, so if
you fancy writing up what you’ve made as an instructable afterwards that’d
be super cool.
See you all there!