One: One Word Sunday Halloween Special

Two: KindaSquares Halloween Special

(Kinda cheatin’ more like!)

As some of you may be aware, Hallowe’en is one of my favourite times of the year. This year, things are slightly different for some reason that kinda escapes me right now. But, as luck would have it I’m still celebrating Hallowe’en here on Beyond the Sphere.

This year, two of my characters are on a quest which is sending them throughout my part of the Blogosphere, meaning they pop up in quite a few of the more regular items that appear on the blog.

One Word Sunday and Becky’s KindaSquares have both received the crossover treatment today.

Two challenges with two photos of two characters in not two, but one post. I could have done two posts, but then this sentence wouldn’t be needed. Or needed to be repeated slightly differently. Either way, they’re both in the same post whether the sentence(s!) make tense sense or not.

I blame the Sinsters. The characters. They have a mission to spread fun and chaos at the same time. Not that I need them to blame, as I can do that myself, well, especially the chaos part. But blame them I will.

The two images on this post aren’t screenshots. They are photos of my computer screen showing the early stages of the development of a picture I was making for one of the previous posts (in what’s known as a wireframe mode). As they aren’t screenshots, and are photos (and are square!), and are kinda different, I think they work with both challenges, which is why I’m using them for today’s post.

Debbie’s theme for One Word Sunday today is ‘Two’ (which you may have gathered from the title of the post and the odd clue or two dotted throughout it.

Please visit the links above for more interpretations on both challenges.

Previous parts of the crossover are here:

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six
Part Seven
Part Eight

29 thoughts

  1. One of my friends was making a similar image, using a wire frame to create the general structure, then adding textures to get the desired effect.

    Unfortunately his tutor had to give him a character that had been pre-formed because one of his characters shot off into the distance, confusing him and the tutor!

    It took me a bit of thought, but the reason was that he’d used a comma instead of a decimal point turning a simple arm co-ordinate into a world tour! 🙂 ❤

    I haven’t seen him since, but it still amuses me. 🙂 ❤

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    1. I’ve seen that happen with other programs, Prenin. Luckily, this software uses dials for the posing… although I can enter the amounts in manually if I wanted to!

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  2. Very clever, Tom. And a perfect Tomesque interpretation of both two and square 🙂 I pleased to see you sharing your creativity with both me and my friend Becky.
    Please pass on best wishes to the sisters – and next week’s theme is creepy so plenty more Hallowe’en opportunities for you 🙂

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        1. It’s better than the fact that nearly all the parts have been posted and we’re nowhere near Hallowe’en! I need a few quick fillers! 🥴😳 (Not that this post was a quick filler, I hasten to add. This one was always intended!)

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    1. 🙂 Thanks, Jackie. I don’t really do ‘too’ techie, but I dipped in for this post! And the Sinsters are just beginning!


  3. Two posts as well as two creations, Tom. You’re too too! 🙂 I’m a bit of a Halloween grinch. I wouldn’t really care if it were here or not. I go for Christmas in a big way, though.

    You might appreciate this phrase that people used to put in autographs books, back when people still wrote and knew what autograph books were, as it sort of fits in here: “Too good to be forgotten” or “2 good 2 B 4gotten.” 🙂



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    1. I like Christmas, Janet, but I love Halloween (I also celebrate a ‘mini-Halloween’ around Valentine’s Day! 😀
      Grinches are always welcome around here for Halloween! 😀
      And ‘Too good to be forgotten’…I do like that. Thank you!

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