5
Apr
This gal Maggie was brought into this world on April Fool's Day. A bright day for her while the dimwits get pranked. Spencer wrote a note for her, said he made it in GIMP. He'd heard plenty of my fellow writers dropped by her office just to ask for directions. Could distract her from her own business. She works hard. Lotta time spent on the...
4
Apr
On to the next one, Noddy. Noddy. I found this guy wallowing in the dumps. Couldn't get out, he said. Saw the bim behind him and put two and two together. Figured I'd shoot the works and trap him in a different dash for a dish. Hell, cat, get to the next castle, or get to the next hell cat.
29
Mar
https://www.flickr.com/photos/128935964@N07/16323649944/ Nothing like the Lone/Twin Pine(s) Mall. I don't even know what kind of tree this is, but I wanted to send a signal to Doc and Marty, if they're still alive. I discovered a computer program called GIMP and played with it to make this tree art.
29
Mar
https://www.flickr.com/photos/128935964@N07/16955381375/ With all this newfangled technology around, I'm not about to give you my print unblemished. I used the idea of prints being unique to create a uniquely bearded noir face using charcoal pencil in my bristol board sketchbook. His nose angles in the wrong direction. I'm a writer, not an artist.
29
Mar
https://www.flickr.com/photos/128935964@N07/16971047971/ I'm a writer, not an artist. I'm glad it only lasted 15 seconds. I took out my charcoal pencil and bristol board sketchbook to make this.  
22
Mar
Though this daily create was simple, I appreciated it very much. Hesitation regarding reading my own poetry aloud is yet another self-imposed barrier that DS106 has now helped me break down.  Here I am reading my rainy day poem, "You Don't Have to Go Away": https://soundcloud.com/spencerscott1990/you-dont-have-to-go-away The process was simple enough. I went to my closet (my preferred recording area), opened my project from yesterday,...
20
Mar
Dear rainy days, You don't have to go away. -Spencer For my first of two daily creates this week, I chose the "Rainy Day 1".  The requirements were simple enough: "Write a poem about a rainy day. What makes you love or hate rain?". Considering it was raining. and I was taking a break from building some little set pieces for a stop motion LEGO...
14
Mar
For my third and final daily create for the week, I wrote a poem, "Filling the Void", attempting to describe the role of music, and How music changed my life assignment.   I really wanted to add a few of the mathematical aspects of music, but thought that sort of language would detract from the simplicity I was aiming for in this poem. Being fairly musical myself,...
14
Mar
This was my second daily create of the week, the ransom note. "If Groom were kidnapped, what would the ransom note say?" I think Groom would Ransom of Red Chief whoever tried to kidnap him, so I wrote it as a "take him back" sort of ransom riddle note. For the riddles, I found a riddle generator, then put them, along with a few bits...
12
Mar
For my first daily create of the week, I completed the "My Different Sides" assignment. I found a nifty site, befunky, to help collage my pictures. I chose to include a few of my interests that make up who I am today. After I made the basic 9-grid, I threw a single picture of my face into the application to get the nice rounded edge, since...