Our 45 participant challenge is complete!

Hi again!  Our PortEmber celebration continues.  Thanks so very much for all your participation and support in the 45-person Flash animation challenge with Richard Armitage as John Porter.  I appreciate all your tweets, comments, and of course your screencap submissions!

♥ The promo picture below is what started it all for me.  ♥

Richard Armitage as John Porter Promo Picture

John Porter promo picture courtesy of RichardArmitageNet.Com

Now without further ado, here is your group project Flash animation. You may click the image or the text link below. As mentioned earlier, I am using another website to host my Flash animations because they are not supported on this blog.  🙂

Spherical Gallery Screencap

Click image to visit Flash site


Can you find your screencap?

I chose this project because Richard Armitage as John Porter is “out of this world,” LOL!  Because of the spherical shape and design, there were exactly 46 screencaps needed.  I only wanted to choose one so I am grateful for your help as always.  😀

The directions on the Flash page are coded so they cannot be translated easily, so here are the directions transcribed:

Press and move the mouse over the sphere to rotate.
DOUBLE CLICK a thumbnail to load an image.

Click the image to close it.

I like to hug people in real life so if we meet, make sure I give you a big ol’ hug!

As always, massive thanks go to Ali for her website, RichardArmitageNet.Com!  This project was made possible by her high quality screencaps.  🙂   Please remember that you can generate funds for charity by making any and all Amazon UK and Amazon US purchases through the links at RichardArmitageNet.Com.

See you all tomorrow as PortEmber continues!

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97 Responses to Our 45 participant challenge is complete!

  1. Phylly3 says:

    Wow! Very cool! Porter rocks the world! Sorry I missed commenting before the deadline. Lots of great pics here!

  2. Julischka says:

    Wow, Bccmee – this is SO damn cool!!!!

  3. April says:

    Great Bccmee ! 🙂

    Sorry, but I cannot choose a cap in the sphere, because Flash animation is blocked at work. 😦

  4. Jules says:


  5. NovemberBride says:

    Wow! Just wow!! You find the coolest stuff…

  6. jazzbaby1 says:

    Rad, bccmee! Excellent job!

  7. ayyp says:

    Wow!! Very Cool!! 🙂

  8. It’s amazing!!!!
    Dear economists and politicians all over the world: You should take a look at this. This is GLOBALIZATION!!!!!
    Well done Bcc!

  9. Kathleen Evans says:

    It’s like an RA Christmas Ornament! Ah, to have this hanging on my tree…

    Great job, thanks so much.

  10. RavenRoseBeetle says:

    I love it. Fantastic!

  11. Mamma_T says:

    Oh! What an Intriguing sphere! I could stare at it moving – and occasionally open each single pic – for ages! Love JP! ❤ Thank you B!

  12. Elaine says:

    WOW! this is amazing. It’s a good thing that you use your talent for good rather than evil – otherwise, with your talent, you’d have taken over the world by now. Right now I’m standing at my desk, doing a polite curtsie/bow and intoning “We’re not worthy!” Thanks for such a gReAt Monday tReAt.

  13. servetus says:

    Wow, looks … well … cosmic!

  14. Ana Cris says:

    Good job, girls! Struck me that most photos are of his face.

  15. judiang says:

    It looks out of this world! Great job. 😉

  16. jules says:

    Absolutely brilliant! I thought the ‘Hairy Harry’ (freudian slip I think) was a great prezzie…now I have my own John Porter glitter ball to dance the night away with…you must let me know what you would like for Christmas…Whooa I think I can guess…luv jules xxxxxx

    • Jen says:

      John Porter Glitter ball! That’s a great way to describe Bcc’s latest project, Jules. 🙂 Do you fancy manufacturing a real version by any chance Bcc? Sure to be a best seller! Thanks for your latest creation by the way. 🙂

    • bccmee says:

      @jules: Haha, I’m really transparent, LOL! Glad you liked the “John Porter glitter ball.” We can all dress up like princesses for the fancy dress ball. 😉

      • jules says:

        oooh ‘B’ you’ve got my brain working overtime now…what would you dress up as at a RA fancy dress ball…I’d love to know what all the fangurlz would choose….I would definitely go as a donut!!! giggles

        • NovemberBride says:

          *snort* That would make me the Fish & Chips?! And you the dessert!! =))

        • bccmee says:

          @jules & @NovemberBride: Hahaha! I would probably go as someone completely utterly different than my true personality so I would stick with “princess.” I’m a crazy fearless girl and a pea under my mattress would be no match for me. 😉

  17. By the looks of the promo photo I can see why it all “started” for you!
    What an awesome flash animae!
    Did I mention I was falling for JP:-))

  18. Ania says:

    WOW! It’s really delightful!
    Hmmm and I think that you know, what I do from the longer time….. obviously, I watch this as hypnotized… 🙂

  19. Delia la Fanetta says:

    Very nice! 😀

  20. Suse says:

    WOW – I’m impressed!!! That looks really fab…

  21. Teuchter says:

    Just brilliant! I could play with this all day. Could we call this Global Warming – although “warming” is a little tame for what he does to us? 😉 Maybe we could say you are heating up the world one picture at a time!! Can’t wait to see what your next project might be!! 😀

    • bccmee says:

      @Teuchter: ROTFL! You bring up some good points which will require careful analysis. 😉 Thanks so much for your active participation!

    • NovemberBride says:

      Me too. But I don’t have all day! Waaahhhh! This is a huge temptation to just shove that turkey back into the fridge, forget about the pumpkin pies and walk around the unfolded clothes that litter my living floor. But I shall perservere….

      LOL on the Global Warming! RA heating up the world is much more believable IMHO!! 😉

      • bccmee says:

        @NovemberBride: Hehe, we don’t want your house to go to rack and ruin! I’m sure when I come visit we can fold the clothes together so it will go much faster. 😉 Thanks for participating!

  22. chabesquen says:

    Wow, this is so incredibly cool! A lot of great pics too.

  23. BCC, amazing project!
    Porter’s world, or a world of Porters, as you like it!
    I am officially stunned!

  24. Lady Prisca says:

    It’s a wonderful world you show us Bccmee! It’s a beautiful project , very poetic. I love it!

  25. Jacqui says:

    Coooool! Reminds me of those paper lamps in the 70s where you had to cut out the pics from a popmag..! 😉 Haha with the internet there are pictures galore!

  26. Carolyn says:

    This is awesome, Bccmee! You continue to amaze me!

  27. Brooke says:

    Love it, Bccmee. How long did it take for you to complete? You need to do another project like this someday.

  28. trinalin says:

    Neat project! Thanks for letting us participate!

  29. Dhana says:

    Dang, bcc! You’ve done it again! This project of yours is going to get a lot of screen time on my computer. 😀

  30. mersguy says:

    wow wow and WOW…the sphere is amazing, John Porter is amazing and so are you Bccmee.

  31. Jael says:

    Awesome job. You are a John Porter goddess.

  32. Tina says:


    Thanks for the work and for including us!! You rock COMPLETELY!

  33. tyme4t says:

    Very cool – makes me want to break out singing “We Are The World”
    or “It’s a Small World” or “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” …. everybody sing! LOL

  34. balletmom says:

    Love the globe! Amazing work bcc! Found mine!

  35. Jo Milne says:

    SQUEE!!! Ahem, sorry about that 😉 This is one of the most amazing and hypnotic graphics I’ve ever seen…and thank you so much for choosing one of my screencaps!!!

  36. fitzg says:

    An image a day from here till Christmas! What more do we need? NICE!

    • bccmee says:

      @fitzg: Um, just to clarify, I’m not making graphics between now and Christmas, LOL! After PortEmber, I will have the 12 Days of Guyness and then probably a holiday. 🙂

  37. Faboamanto says:


    You are amazing! How great to be in a John Porter/Richard Armitage world 🙂

  38. Gratiana says:

    Love it, Bccmee!
    A world of Richard Armitage as John Porter is my kind of world. Ha!
    Oh, but there is one teensy problem–I don’t want to click on my image to close it. I want to jump right in and … ahem … help JP complete his “assignment”. I’m such a saucy girl today. But Dream Lovers to that to me.
    Thanks bunches. Cheers! Grati ;->

    • bccmee says:

      @Gratiana: I hope I don’t need to “mod” you, LOL! 😉 I’m so glad you were kind enough to submit your screencaps. The one of yours I chose looks almost like a NASA space picture in the thumbnail.

      As for being reluctant to close it, I have the same problem. It helps to have two monitors! Then you can gaze at JP’s beauty while doing other things. 😉

      • Gratiana says:

        Hi Bccmee,
        NASA? Space? You’re making me think of rockets lifting off the launching pad, first stage separation, rockets firing for second stage ignition that boosts the rocket toward orbit.

        And then there is something referred to an “orbital insertion”–per my hubby, honestly–that gets the rocket into a stable orbit around the world.

        And finally, as the mission is almost completed, there is always rockets firing for reentry as the spaceship comes back down to Earth.
        Cheers! Grati ;->

        P.S. My hubby helped me with the metaphor here–unbeknownst to him what the context is, Ha! I know, you’ll probably have to “mod” this. But, I thought you would have a giggle.

        • jules says:

          Hi Grati wish we didn’t live worlds apart…Hubbies could meet up and discuss orbital insertion and according to my hubby, RA being over expossed…we could just get back down to earth and have a cup of tea and a ‘donut’

  39. Thais says:

    Hi, Bcc Mee! I haven’t been able to check the result of this project before! Now I’m just thrilled! This is magical!!! I think it represents our RA fans community very well. =D

  40. This was very ingenious,Bcc. More and more you suprise us. How can i save the sphere and keep it up for ever?

    • bccmee says:

      @Tereza: Thanks! The Flash animation can be saved to your hard drive but it must be played in the browser or a Flash player. It’s a bit complicated to explain though. 🙂 If you have your internet always on, then you can simply play with it while connected. 🙂

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