Wednesday, April 16, 2014

…aaaaaand we’re back…

Hello people of internet land, it’s is your old friend the Random Words Art Challuunge, back with another block rockin week… It’s been a good few weeks, what with spring break and all, and we are happy to welcome everyone back to the challuunge.  It’s almost the spring equinox or easter or whatever it is you might call this time of year in your neck of the woods…

Art is due this Friday by 2pm

This week’s words are:



Choose one word, or a combination or all the words.  It’s purely up to you… let your creative freak flag fly!

Here’s some inspiration.  

win·ter… noun

1.the cold season between autumn and spring in northern latitudes (in the Northern Hemisphere from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox; in the Southern Hemisphere from the summer solstice to the autumnal equinox).

2.the months of December, January, and February in the U.S., and of November, December, and January in Great Britain.

3.cold weather: a touch of winter in northern Florida.

4.the colder half of the year (opposed to summer ).

5.a whole year as represented by this season: a man of sixty winters.

6.a period like winter, as the last or final period of life; a period of decline, decay, inertia, dreariness, or adversity.


ab·nor·mal·i·ty… noun, plural ab·nor·mal·i·ties. abnormal condition, state, or quality; irregularity; deviation. abnormal thing or event.

ab·nor·mal… adjective

1.not normal, average, typical, or usual; deviating from a standard: abnormal powers of concentration; an abnormal amount of snow; abnormal behavior.

2.extremely or excessively large: abnormal profit.


sym·bol…  noun

1.something used for or regarded as representing something else; a material object representing something, often something immaterial; emblem, token, or sign.

2.a letter, figure, or other character or mark or a combination of letters or the like used to designate something: the algebraic symbol x; the chemical symbol Au.

3.(especially in semiotics) a word, phrase, image, or the like having a complex of associated meanings and perceived as having inherent value separable from that which is symbolized, as being part of that which is symbolized, and as performing its normal function of standing for or representing that which is symbolized: usually conceived as deriving its meaning chiefly from the structure in which it appears, and generally distinguished from a sign.

verb (used with object), sym·boled, sym·bol·ing or ( especially British ) sym·bolled, sym·bol·ling. use symbols; symbolize.


at·tack…  verb (used with object) set upon in a forceful, violent, hostile, or aggressive way, with or without a weapon; begin fighting with: He attacked him with his bare hands. begin hostilities against; start an offensive against: to attack the enemy. blame or abuse violently or bitterly. direct unfavorable criticism against; criticize severely; argue with strongly: He attacked his opponent's statement. try to destroy, especially with verbal abuse: to attack the mayor's reputation. set about (a task) or go to work on (a thing) vigorously: to attack housecleaning; to attack the hamburger hungrily.