Hello, Friends! (New Friends, True Friends, and Open Friends — and any other friends, too!)
I think it would be fun to do the Design Assignment 358: One Story / Four Icon assignment, but with episodes from The Twilight Zone, instead of movies. Don’t you think that would be fun?
Can you tell what episode of The Twilight Zone this is? You have to say the season, the episode, AND the title of the episode, AND who was the star of the episode to get all the points.
Well? Can you do it? Can you? If you can, say so in the comments. If you get it right I will say “You Got IT!” in your comment and say how many points you got out of 4 you got, but I will I will delete your right answers so that you do not spoil the fun for my other Friends.
Here is the first one!
To make this, I found some great icons on thenounproject.com website. I have an account there so I can download the icons for free. I edited some of the icons a bit using Adobe Illustrator (you need to use an editor that lets you edit .SVG files, here is an online one you can try, called SVG-edit) so that they would work better for this One Story Four Icon challenge. I made the man bald and I made the girl sad and I made a down arrow on the stairs and I made RIP on the grave. Although I should have just put RI, if you know what I mean.
Without telling you the name of the icons (that might make it too easy for people), I will say that the attributions (who made stuff) for the four icons are here, and I have told you the exact CC kind of license for each one, with a link to the licenses. Neat, eh? I am a good Friend.
- by Icons 8 (CC0 1.0),
- Toni Cami (CC BY 3.0),
- Unknown Designer Collaboration by Roger Cook & Don Shanosky United States 1974 (Public Domain Mark 1.0)
- Alex Fuller (CC BY 3.0)
Well, so that was fun! See if you can guess my episode! Tune in another day for another One Story / Four Icon Twilight Zone episode challenge. The next one will be harder! And maybe you want to do this assignment yourself and challenge us?
I think we did the same episode, except you saw it as sad and tragic whereas I made it a triumph over adversity. So there’s more than one side to every story. I think you gave the bald man an interesting smile though.
Oh, it was definitely a triumph of a True Friend over an Adversary. No doubt about that. I just need to be careful that I stick to the facts. And don’t say too much.
Brilliant job on this Talky Tina, you are a true friend 😉
Hi, Mr. Groom. Just so you know, when I write True Friends (like you) I put capital letters on it. I think that Mr. Rimes is now a friend (with a little f), but he has not or does not want to apply to be a capital F friend. But I put him on my Open Friends Index anyway, and he said he would meet me at the top of an elevator shaft now. But not at the top of stairs, so I guess they are too much work for him and so he needs an elevator.
Anyway, just so you know, True Friends and true Friends and true friends are all different in my books. You are a True Friend and should probably use capitals when you are talking about me. You know, just to keep things clear.
Bye! 🙂 🙂
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