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30 Days of Creativity: Day 10

Updated on June 12, 2012
"8-bit Yoshi"
"8-bit Yoshi" | Source

In honor of a new month and a new attitude, I have decided to join others in the 30 Days of Creativity project. The idea behind this is to get people to be creative and maybe relax a bit and enjoy themselves!

The prompt for Day 10 was 8-bit. I knew exactly what I wanted to do for this, but it didn't turn out like I wanted it to. I knew Yoshi would be the model and I started out using magazine pages cut up into squares and gluing them onto a piece of construction paper, but I grew tired of that and it wasn't looking quite like it was in my head.

So, I just decided to make one in paint. It took a few hours, but I enjoyed the process. I started it with the perfect size squares and making sure they were spaced just right, but I didn't like it. I don't like it when things are perfect so I made it messy. Different size blocks and some spaced right next to the other, while others were spaced farther apart. Nothing perfect here!

I hope you liked my day 10 project titled "8-bit Yoshi". Next!

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      Lisa 5 years ago from Tennessee

      Michael, haha! It does look a little bit like a bunny! Yoshi is just a character from a video game. He's one of my favorites because of the sounds he makes! Thanks for the comment and laugh!

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      cleaner3 5 years ago from Pueblo, Colorado

      I don't know what yoshi is but this looks like a bunny.!!!!

      you are very creative, sweets

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      Lisa 5 years ago from Tennessee

      DFiduccia, haha! I know they're not for everyone, but thanks for sticking around! I really appreciate it!

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      DFiduccia 5 years ago from Las Vegas

      These 30 Days... are not my cup of tea, so I'm just stopping in to let you know that I'm still here. I hope you are well.

      DF