Collaborative Pattern Project Result

Hello and welcome back!


The above images were submitted by Ania.

Now that the lovely celebration of FanstRAvaganza is over for now, it’s back to our regularly scheduled program. Here is your pattern project. I received 150 images of Richard Armitage and his characters! That’s STUNbelievable! I’m a glutton for FUNishment, LOL!

For this project, I decided to make flying filmstrips based on two tutorials, but mostly this one: Splice Together a Filmstrip.

Below are image links to the film strips if you would like to use them in projects. Click on them for full size.





And here is your resulting video from all your great submissions:


The video is blocked in Australia and New Zealand. Here is the download link in MP4 format: Collaborative Pattern Project.

Thanks a million for all your great input!!!

I have lots more ideas for collaborations. Please check back tomorrow. 😀 See you then.

P.S. If you had problems commenting during the past week or two, please try again. WordPress made a change that they are working on fixing. In the meantime, I opened up my blog to allow Anonymous comments. 😀

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36 Responses to Collaborative Pattern Project Result

  1. Elaine says:

    Great job again, kudos to you and all the contributors who spent the time finding these cool patterns. I really enjoyed clicking on the film strips and taking a closer look.

  2. tully2shoes says:

    Well done! I really enjoyed that! You never disappoint:) Looking forward to more! Thank you, B.

  3. tyme4t says:

    Those were fun to go through – such a wonderful subject!
    Just holler when you need more collaboRAtive help!

  4. Giggles, Bccmee!
    What a riot! And the song was “cuckoo”, too. Ha! Thank for providing the film strips so those of us with astigmatisms can watch them slowly. Of course, drooling will be involved. Ha!
    Cheers! Grati ;->

  5. cdoart says:

    Wonderful animation, wonderful patterns and I love your creative combination with the song ;o)
    What gave me an extra fit of giggles, were the YouTube recommendations following your video ;o) ‘Knitting patterns’ for RA ;o)

    • bccmee says:

      @CDoart: LOL! Yes, I noticed all the sewing recommendations due to the word “pattern.” Reminds me that some fellow bloggers are doing cross stitch and quilting based on Richard Armitage and his characters. 🙂

  6. Luciana says:

    Great job again, Bcc! Your collaborative projects always mean double fun: firstly in looking for the photos… secondly, in watching the final surprise!!!

    • bccmee says:

      @Luciana: This was a lot of fun to look through everyone’s contributions. I’m still very impressed that you found four matching pictures of RA. Thanks for your help!

      • Luciana says:

        Four matching pictures??? RA is really inspiring me… LOL…
        In the future, don’t hesitate to ask for any help… I’ll do my best!!!

  7. Ana Cris says:

    Hi Bcc
    Great Job! It’s very funny!

  8. Teuchter says:

    I knew you would come up with another amazing video to celebrate the Pattern Project. You make collaboration so much fun! You know we’ll never hesitate to pour over pictures of Richard to help you out!! 😉

    • bccmee says:

      @Teuchter: A bit late, hehe, but it’s done! I was so overwhelmed with the response. Everyone’s pictures should hang in the RA museum someday. 😀

      P.S. Thanks for your contributions! No man has ever looked so good on horseback! ♥

  9. Joanna says:

    I love it, Bccmee! Thanks!:)
    This song is really on the spot. 😉

  10. april73 says:

    Well done Bccmee !

    And thank you for all your creations. 🙂

  11. Ania says:

    Oh, I love it!!! You are a true Wizard that you can change all these pictures in something as cool as this one. 🙂 Thank you, Bccmee!!! It’s really a great feeling to be part of this project. 🙂
    p.s.
    I just printed piece of the film strip, and I must say that is ideal as a bookmark. 😉 😀

    • bccmee says:

      @Ania: Thank you yet again for your excellent contributions! What a great idea to use the filmstrip as a bookmark! If I didn’t read read from my Kindle, I would follow your example. 🙂

  12. Very creative video B. I thoroughly enjoyed it. And what I call the side by side was great! 🙂

  13. Mezz says:

    I was too late to this to contribute, but I’ve loved seeing the pattern pics and the final project. You’ve done a fabulous job, bccmee!
    I’m going to follow Ania’s suggestion and make a bookmark out of a piece of film strip. Thanks Ania! 🙂

    • bccmee says:

      @Mezz: That’s very sweet of you to stop by and leave a comment! I agree that Ania’s idea was a good one. Wish I knew how to make a personalized bookmark for my Kindle, LOL!

  14. Jonia says:

    WOW!!! Wonderful! I love it!

  15. Patty Craig says:

    Thanks to all for the great patterns. Bccmee you amaze me again. Lots of fun with the video, and as said by many looking at the stills is fun also, thanks for taking the extra time to post those as well. I sure do have fun whenever I get a chance to stop by here. RA sure does have some wonderful people supporting him.

    • bccmee says:

      @Patty: How sweet of you to stop by and leave such a lovely comment! 😀 It really is fun to get so much great input for our collaborative projects.

  16. “Collaborative Pattern Project Result | bccmee’s Richard Armitage Vids & Graphics” ended up being a wonderful blog post and also I personally was indeed truly happy to discover the blog post. Thank you,Pilar

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