“Are You Feeling Artsy, Hippy?” animated GIF by iamTalkyTina
UNCLE Jim Groom (UNCLE Jim Groom, @jimgroom on Twitter, on Twitter) was writing today about a GIF that Spencer Scott made of him that was a Clint Eastwood one.
But when I saw it, I was thinking about …
“Noirchat” by iamTalkyTina, on Flickr
Well I have some nice time away from missions this week, and so I decided to watch the NOIR106 Week 9 video and see if I could catch up on some hijinks, just for fun. Paul and Martha and Jim talked a whole lot about …
“Jim, Close(d)-up in The Hostage Hut” animated GIF by @iamTalkyTina
Well, I guess it’s time to let Jim out. His captivity motivated the creation of 19 @jimgroom Animated GIFs yesterday (20 if you count the close-up above), and so I guess that’s a pretty good haul for sitting around on …
“Jim Groom in the Hostage Hut” animated GIF by @iamTalkyTina
Making this Art into a GIF doesn’t do justice to the beauty of the images in this piece. Consider viewing the larger 1200 pixel-wide GIF, or even better, the still-image version that I have posted to Flickr.
“Pixellated Groom” animated GIF by @iamTalkyTina
It’s a thing to make an Art out of UNCLE @jimgroom. Lots of peoples do it! There are dancing ones, poster ones, and noisy ones, plus more!
Yesterday for The Daily Create tdc1160 was to make a ransom note to …
“Tina Noir Valentine 2015,” by Talky Tina, on Flickr
Well, this is for Mr. Paul’s Noir Valentines Design Assignment 1615 assignment that he made that I made for him. You can read all of those noir words that I said up there in the card, and then you can look …
“Tina True Friends Selfie,” by Talky Tina, on Flickr
Well, today was a very nice day for Friends.
It was so wonderful when I woke up this morning and heard that wonderful song “Look What Happened to Tina” that my wonderful True Friend Vivien Rolfe (@VivienRolfe, …
2013-era Screening Room at Kingsway Theatre, Toronto, based on an original image (CC BY-3.0) by Jason Whyte
Decades ago, when I was going to school in Toronto, there was a great repertory cinema called the Nostalgic Cinema. Rather than screening newer films, the Nostalgic stuck to older 16mm films, …