28 to Make
Kate Bingaman-Burt, Erik Marinovich, Ryan Putnam, Lara McCormick
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Day 12 - Exquisite Corpse
Hey, everyone. This is Ryan Putnam with 28 to Make, and today we're gonna be working on the exquisite corpse. Okay, things you need. You need a sheet of paper. You need a marker, a pen, something to make a mark. And you need three people, yourself and two other friends. To start, take the sheet of paper, fold it in thirds, and then you can fold it again in half and you could just rip this. So you have kind of like two nice long sheets here. Let me, I'll just do it. So you have this kind of nice vertical like sheet of paper. So to start, the first person will take the first part of the sheet, fold it up and draw a head. Once you're done with the head, kind of flip it over and make sure you have some lines extending the paper. Your next person you pass it on to, Lara, is gonna draw the torso. And then once she's done doing that, she'll tuck it away again so you have this last part of the paper, with the extended lines again, and this is where you're gonna draw the legs.
And then once you're all done, you could unfold it, look at the amazing collaboration that you guys just did and have a lot of fun. And here's a really cool one we made, all three of us here, myself, Lara, and Brooks. Here is my head. Here is Lara's torso. And then here's Brooks' legs. You got the nice, nobby legs, the nice stomach going there, and the nice mutant face. These are super fun, so I'm excited to see like what you guys come up with. It's actually a really good way to collaborate with other people. You have to learn some patience while you wait for other people to finish their piece. You also have to leave enough contents there for people to go off of. So there is some like good collaboration skills that you could build with in it. Super excited to see what you guys come up with. This one's fun, so share it. And use the #28toMake and let's see where you go.