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Random Word Art Challenge TV Show

OK artists, the words are "squirrel" "proof" "bird" and "feeder".
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Artist #1, you've been given the random card sequence: "feeder proof bird squirrel". Please draw for us, what that would look like.

Artist #2, you've been assigned: "squirrel proof feeder bird". That should be interesting. Please create your rendition of what a "squirrel proof feeder bird" would look like.

And finally, artist #3, you will be drawing for us, a "feeder squirrel proof bird". I'm interested to see how you'll handle that challenge.

OK artists, you've been given your challenges and you have 4 hours to show us what these things look like. At the end of the time allotted, the judges will rate your illustrations on creativity and execution. The winner will be given $10,000 and move up to the next level to play for the final round and $100,000, which in artist dollars is about ten million bucks. (laugh track robots in balcony* activate)


* Typically in TV show taping, the audience has signs that light up and say APPLAUSE or LAUGH. Because this show would be largely artists painting or drawing for 4 hours, the audience wouldn't have a lot to do so we'd need robots to applaud and laugh on queue. Those would be created by the artists too.

doctorremulac3, Jun 28 2020

Cyborg audience simulation. https://www.youtube...watch?v=DuW2Z_QkuAI
[doctorremulac3, Jun 28 2020]

Based on this. https://www.youtube...watch?v=6cv4iXjMJb8
[doctorremulac3, Jun 28 2020]


       I actually got a visual of what I would draw for the #1 bird squirrel. I kind of love that. (btw, can robots transmit coronavirus, I wonder.)
blissmiss, Jun 28 2020

       I'd like to see it.   

       By the way, should say this was inspired by a show I love. (link)
doctorremulac3, Jun 28 2020

       There used to be this great improv show called "Whose Line is it Anyway" where they did this on the spot - I remember seeing people on that show for the first time then who later became huge names today.
zen_tom, Jun 28 2020

       Another good example. Nothing more entertaining and inspiring to me that talented people practicing their skill.   

       You know what? You could probably have the artists make animations of their characters. Add voices as well, have the character give a little speech.   

       Why 4 hours? Why not lock them in a studio for a week?   

       After that week, they'd stand in front of a massive monitor screen and give a brief introduction to their character similar to what they do on Faceoff. Then Squirrel Proof Feeder Bird would fly down with its armored feathers and vest with various candy bars and treats and explain how it needs to get these to the Birdillians through the nether zone guarded by the hated, venomous Squirrelanians.   

       Or something. The battle scene of a squirrel proof feeder bird vs a Squirrelanion attack squad next... after these brief messages from our sponsors.
doctorremulac3, Jun 28 2020

       zen, my husband watches re-runs of that. Over and over again. Must be clever.
blissmiss, Jun 28 2020


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