Cobra Unit Nov 9, 2005 22:52:20 GMT -8
Post by The Dankness on Nov 9, 2005 22:52:20 GMT -8
googlyminotaur said:4.) Bribe the judges
If you are able to make the judges love your costume, then everyone who doesn't like it obviously has one crappy taste in fashion. Money is the quckest way to a judges heart. Twenty bucks usually gets a judge into your pocket but I would suggest fifty just in case they're some kind os idealist.
5.) Claim that your costume is avant garde
If they don't understand your costume, mock them for their passe understanding of art. After all, those aren't errors in your costume. Those accents were put there on purpose to model the modern man's failure in coming to grips with the new post-industrial paradigm.
I always think that all art is misunderstood nowadays. What people call artistic nowadays is CRAP! Trying to make something look "purty" or ARTY does nowhere near make it art. The same applies for almost anything that is called ART. Literature, for example, is very rarely art, most modern writers just write crappy stories that seem to be played out like movies. Which is bad. Movies nowadays just suck period. Drawing or painting, is not ART, its just drawing and painting. Writing music, actually, is no longer art too. Why are none of it art? Because they are done simply with the intention of trying to make something seem ideal or look pretty. Art needs to have meaning! Art needs to have expression. Above all, art needs to make people think! But nowadays, people don't like to think. Or interpret crap. Like everyone in my creative writing class. Seriously, my teacher encourages everyone to be as blatantly obvious as possibo! I shall write more or discuss with any who so desire.
I write stories that make people think... about violent stuff.