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Demotivation, anyone?

June 8, 2012

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It was great fun making my own demotivating poster using these instructions and it appealed to my cynical side.

I thought that the photo I took of the archer at a medieval reenactment might come in handy at some point and here we are, the perfect metaphor.  The second line was more of a challenge – I guess it’s all about adding to the headline in a clever way, not sure if I achieved that, but it’s suitably demotivating anyway!

(2 star visual assignment for ds106)

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  1. June 9, 2012 4:17 am

    This is awesome, I love the entire effect of what you’ve made. The image, saying you’ve come up with and the layout of your poster is just perfect.

    Thanks for the link to the Know Your Meme description. It would also be helpful to include a link backt the original ds106 assignment so others of us can find it easily. I’m planning on doing one of these this weekend.

    Thanks for inspiring while demotivating!

    • June 9, 2012 10:53 am

      Thanks Scott, I’ll add the link to the original assignment – it’s a good one: quick, creative and amusing.
      Glad you enjoyed it. You obviously have low expectations 😉

  2. Kavon Johnson permalink
    June 10, 2012 4:20 am

    This is very creative and funny. How exactly did you think of this?

  3. June 10, 2012 5:12 am

    Can’t wait to see what other gems you may have in your photo library. You obviously have an eye for unusual. And for putting all the pieces together perfectly!

    You’ve suitably motivated me to give this assignment a try. Thanks!

  4. June 10, 2012 5:16 am

    Can’t wait to see what other gems you have in your photo library. You obviously have an eye for the unusual and for putting all the pieces together perfectly.

    You have suitably motivated me to give this assignment a try. Thanks!

  5. June 12, 2012 6:11 am

    Oh my belly hurts from laughing, this one is convincing to be a real bad motivator- this is the real accomplishment, matching the style and form of the originals The second line really makes it, along the lines of “always meet your [low] expectations”

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