NOTE: All 31 slots are now filled!
Thank you again for your great Richard Armitage pictures and quotes for our previous project. Have you ever noticed how things that are fun or tasty seem to be unhealthy? Well I have to confess that collaborating with you is so enjoyable it should be fattening, LOL!
Last year, I created a Graphic a Day in May. Let’s do it again! Since I’m busier than last year, I’m going to solicit your images on this blog instead of using the Picture of the Day at RichardArmitageNet.Com. I’ll be creating our graphics in bulk closer to the beginning of the month and scheduling them daily.
However, if you didn’t know, you can always request a Picture of the Day to be displayed on RichardArmitageNet.Com for any special event or for no reason at all. All you need to do is send an email as explained on RichardArmitageNet.Com.
Also, RichardArmitageNet.Com is an Amazon Associate. If you order anything from Amazon UK or US through their links, a commission will be donated to one of Richard Armitage’s favorite charities. ♥ Here’s more information: http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/raondvd.html
Let’s get started, shall we? Here’s a Guy of Gisborne siggie I created last year:
If you would be so kind again, I’d appreciate it if you would submit a screencap of Richard Armitage or one of his characters. As an option, it would also be fun if you would include a link to a song to which I can listen while I work. I love to experiment and it will be interesting to see if my thought processes are affected by the music. ♪ ♫ ♫ ♪ ♫
The first 31 submissions will have a graphic created. The higher the quality of the image, the easier it is to work with. I’ll be making siggies, wallpapers and maybe avatars.
Here’s the criteria:
1. Submit one image of a Richard Armitage character or the man himself. Post the link in the comments section below. You can link from your favorite website such as RichardArmitageNet.Com or your own stash on photobucket, imageshack, etc.
2. (Optional) Link to a song you think conveys a certain mood. This link can be to YouTube, SoundCloud, etc. Please list the name of the song in case it’s blocked in my country.
Here’s an example:
If you haven’t played before, please feel free to join in! As the Vicar of Dibley said, “All comers, all welcome!” 😉
Thanks in advance and I’ll see you tomorrow. 😀
P.S. The YouTube videos are automatically embedding so I am manually changing them to links so the page doesn’t take forever to scroll and load. 😀