You could do Heavy Metal, GI Joe, Transformers, all from the 80s! Luckily there’s some anime from my Teen years that has stuck with me (Bebop, Eva, Akir, Ghost in the Shell), that I can find something interesting. Hell Anime is so crazy that even if it’s not up your alley you can find something crazy (My Neighbor Totoro).
Ok 80s it is…
So is the prompt generally stated in this thread or do you make a new thread detailing the new challenge?
Well I just posted in the other thread. If its anime, I’d prefer it opened up to more than just “Masters of”. I suppose I could go for 80s as well. I really crapped out on that one the last time.
Roberto will post a master thread detailing everything. We then follow up with our own individual WIP threads. You’ll see.
I’ll ignore the other thread since we’re having the same conversation in both places, lol…
I think that if we let the users decide too much about the challenge then we’re just going to get stuff that certain people WANT to make, if you WANT to make a certain thing then you should probably just do that.
I like the idea of challenges because they put you out of your comfort zone subsequently expanding your skills.
I’m with you though, lets just get a new challenge started! I really want to participate.
Ok how about Heroes of Saturday Morning?
That’s sort of the point, trying to attract people to participate. People tend to work harder things they WANT to make, I know I do. Most of the past challenges have been user ideas anyway.
Roberto, I don’t care whatever you decide. Just give me enough wiggle room to do something odd.
I want to launch before Sunday, so lets focus on this…
Heroes of Saturday Morning?
a Dreamworks Tribute.
What do you guys think?
I plan to compete in this challenge could you tell me what I have to do to enter.
I like the hero’s of Saturday morning
I would say “Heroes of Saturday Morning”!
It would seem we all can agree on that, gets my vote.
This is a link to a page that has a great list of 80’s cartoons. I didn’t know the list would be so huge I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s and thought I had seen them all.
Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos (1987) to funny. I forgot about that cartoon, so funny. That list is great. Making me youtube old toons.
Just a thought, as I’m currently reading Tolkien’s Roverandom, and enjoying Roberto’s “Wizard of Oz” painting featured in another thread(“old work revisited”, I believe)…
Children’s Fantasy Adventure.
Books(Roverandom), picture books(Gruffalo), films(Never-ending Story) or TV(BBC’s Chronicles of Narnia). Something that has already been visualised or only exists in literature alone.