Tuesday, 13 November 2012

BCF: Festival

Business Card Fiction is a new Flash Fiction Contest run by @JDWenzel@bullishink and @LillieMcFerrin.
The contest asks us to create a piece of flash fiction from a prompt to fit a business card...and there will be prizes...

This is for their Beta Trial Event and I chose the prompt: FESTIVAL


I chose a font size 13 in Times New Roman, but I'm still thinking that's quite small...lucky this is a beta event, next time: write less, bigger font! 


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11 comments:

  1. Love the colour bursting forth like the festivals show

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  2. No problem reading it. Looked fine. Going to the full-colour business-card printers, I see. ;)

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  3. All these different colors and galactic light shows, I wanna know more! Font was fine, it was easy to read. Nicely done.

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  4. Great use of color! I loved that you really used the format to your advantage. Also, damn I would give my left arm to go see such a light show! Great stuff!

    Yeah the text is a bit small, but it's legible! I'm glad you gave #BCF a go! :D Also you'll see your entry to our beta event will be immortalized in our library over @ http://businesscardfiction.com/the-library/

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  5. I love it!! Love how you played with color, in the story and with the font itself!! So happy you joined the #BCF fun!! :)

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  6. This was fun to do! Just need to be extra careful when checking spelling etc...as once you've flattened the image and uploaded, it's a pain to go back and change something!
    Thanks for the comments!

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  7. I love your take on the prompt and the way you used all those colors! Great story!

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  8. As everyone has said, it was a lovely story and I enjoyed your use of color and font. Creative, small and right to business. ;)

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  9. I think I've been to that festival. It was in the late 60s and acid may have been involved. ;) Wonderful piece, Lisa!

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  10. I'm glad you all like the colours, I can't play with Photoshop and not use colours!
    Ha ha Jayne, love the comment...that works too!

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