Draw Something. Everyone’s playing it, well, 35 million people anyway.
It’s brilliant. I don’t need to say why, because chances are you’re one of the 35 million. But it’s essentially social Pictionary on steroids. And the almost “real time” element of seeing users pictures as they were drawn and people guessing your drawings makes for an incredibly compelling, creative and somewhat addictive mobile game.
Some of the images I’ve seen have been amazing, and the fact that over 119,000 images have been uploaded to Instagram using the #DrawSomething hashtag prove that people are wanting to share their drawings outside of the application.
So, without further ado, below are a few animated GIFs of my “Draw Somethings”.
GIFs were created simply by screen grabbing my phone as I drew…something (?!) …and then uploading to http://gifninja.com/ .
The Entire Internet In A Single GIF
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Sometimes accidental shots are the best ones - on a 90 minute open cab ride from a waterfall trek in Thailand, started playing about with some out of focus HDR shots - the result - lovely bit of Thai motorway #bokeh (Taken with instagram)
Set of mini waterfalls a couple of hours from Chiang Mai (Taken with instagram)
Trek to a waterfall told through #diptic (Taken with instagram)
Boats at sea @ Koh Tao ⛵🌅 (Taken with instagram)
No Photography (Taken with instagram)
London skyline project. Finished. (Taken with instagram)