WRITING LESSON 11:
15,000 WRITING PROMPTS 2 FROM USEFUL PHRASES?
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WHAT IF GAME #26- 09.01.09 for Artist & Photographers & Writers:  
Take these three ideas:
1) Any object
2) Photograph, draw or write about the object from smallness.  Imagine you are very very small
3) Try to keep this non-surrealistic. 


Structure an art piece or photograph or poem or story.  Remember you're turning these abstract concepts into objects, situations, settings, characters.  My concept behind this is today is Smallness.  For example: You can take a picture of your table from the floor's point of view/angle.  Another example would be placing an object on a table and then photographing it from the level of the table's edge, just over the edge so you see the object.















































































The WHAT IF GAME ideas are endless.  Artist and photographers can use this as well.  Construct these structure ideas any way you like.


SO USE 15,000 USEFUL PHRASES AND GO START PLAYING WHAT IF... IN YOUR STORIES!


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SO USE 15,000 USEFUL PHRASES AND GO START PLAYING WHAT IF... IN YOUR ART PIECES AND PHOTOGRAPHS OR NOVEL/STORY/POEM!




















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