The Marvelous Imagery Generator

August 23, 2011 § 2 Comments

One day last spring I stumbled upon an interesting way to generate new imagery, both visual and verbal.  I am pretty certain that I didn’t invent this technique, which generates phrases, sentences, paragraphs which, in turn, inspire visual expressions.  Nevertheless, the wonderful thing about it is that the results are different for each person who tries it.  I will attempt to explain how it works, but it will take me a few days to do this.  As you might have guessed, this blog is under construction, so if you stumble upon it before it starts making sense, please forgive the incompleteness, and please check back in a few days.

All work on this site copyright 2011 Margo McCafferty Rudd

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§ 2 Responses to The Marvelous Imagery Generator

  • Susan Rokicki says:

    This is a great way to use words in a positive, creative way–to expand the mind, to think in new ways. Thank you for the idea and the examples. I also enjoyed reading the story about how it came about and the face that you got up in the middle of the night and did something about your idea instead of rolling over and going back to sleep! Keep going. I think your idea is only the first in many to come. Thank you.

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