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Announcement: Need A Project? Wheel Decide

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Do you need a Project for the coming year? Let the Wheel Decide! (updated categories coming soon)

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This reminds me of a game I played with my photo group a few years back. It was a variation of an exercise by a fantasy artist named Chuck Lukacs. He published a book on it called "Fantasy Genesis". Neat concept which I adopted for photography. It's a little more involved than simply spinning a wheel to generate a suggestion but with over 7,700 variations. I'll post it if anyone is interested.
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Duck wrote:This reminds me of a game I played with my photo group a few years back. It was a variation of an exercise by a fantasy artist named Chuck Lukacs. He published a book on it called "Fantasy Genesis". Neat concept which I adopted for photography. It's a little more involved than simply spinning a wheel to generate a suggestion but with over 7,700 variations. I'll post it if anyone is interested.

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