It’s the official Week of LOLZ! (It’s official ’cause I said it is.)
Get ready to act like a crazy teenager for a whole week!
In celebration of the Week of LOLZ, incorporate texting-talk into your everyday conversations (such as U instead of “you”, UR instead of ‘your’ or ‘you are’, BRB instead of be right back, and, of course, use LOLZ as much as possible.)
Also, use emoticons in EVERY e-mail you send! (Like 🙂 😀 😉 😦 :d :0 , and :-). )
Enjoy The official Week of LOLZ! 😀 (<–see what i mean?)
I believe this picture has a deep meaning, as if I created it for a real reason.
Now, you may find yourself wondering; “what could have such a meaning that was created by a 12-year-old?”, well, you will soon find out.
This picture, I believe, has a deep, deep connection to life itself and all around it. I feel as if all things in existence could be found inside this image.
The meaning of this is unknown to myself and probably the whole of mankind.
It is as if a truly inspired and amazing idea found its way into my mind and expressed itself in the form of a true work of art.
Could this photo be the physical representation of the world’s life-giving aura?
Or even of the universe itself?
We may never know, but I assume that all who view it will be inspired, truly stunned with awe.
You can look into the image of amazement, and see yourself and the world looking back.
Far, far away, where objects of true perfection are stored, you will see this among the universe’s greatest creations.
You may now view this perfect thing, and all will envy you, for it is what the world has been waiting to see for millenniums.
Now, the amazing form of true awesomeness:
These are some fake advertisements I made on Photoshop:
If you practice, you can make stuff better than these. (If you already can, well, that’s my point. You must’ve practiced a lot.)
See you soon! I hope you like the ads!
I can’t believe me and my family made this with a normal digital camera.
And we filmed this in our backyard! We made this yesterday, January 28. I play the main character. (The running kid.)
Don’t you like it? I think we did a pretty good job. The “monster” is played by my sister, and my father is filming it. He also did all the editing and he added in the sounds.
It took about 30-60 minutes to make this film, which is untitled. You can see it on YouTube by clicking here. It was fun to make, but the best part was seeing the finished version.
We used many different camera angles, including a shot where you’re seeing through the monster’s eyes. It took me about three tries to get the look where I was alarmed by the monster growling in my face right. Also, when we were filming the monster’s stepping on the rock, it took two tries because the first time my sister lost her balance and wobbled a lot.
One thing that surprises me about the film is that we didn’t have a storyboard or anything to guide us along. We just did what we thought would work. It ended up turning out better than we thought it would, especially seeing that we filmed it through a camera not designed for filming movies like this.
Just so you know, her lips didn’t actually come into contact with the side of my face. If that’d happened, I probably would have thrown up.
This was fun to film, and I think it was the first bit of “real” acting I’ve ever done. I think.
I hope you enjoyed it, and maybe it’ll even have inspired you to make your own short films.
See you soon!