Twin Towers respectfully

b0tt094

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Well Im doin an english project for school. and I had to make a timeline, and the 2001 year, was ya u get it, so anyways I wanted to represent it in a simple way my teacher and class mates would get it so I was wondering do u think this pic is respectful but easy to understand


It represents the before and after

tell me what u think
 

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b0tt094

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I kno its a metaphor for them, I dont actually have thee pictures, I really dont like seeing them myslef

I live in the past tooo much:cool:
 

CanadaRAM

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b0tt094 said:
Well Im doin an english project for school. and I had to make a timeline, and the 2001 year, was ya u get it, so anyways I wanted to represent it in a simple way my teacher and class mates would get it so I was wondering do u think this pic is respectful but easy to understand


It represents the before and after

tell me what u think
I think I can't understand what the item is trying to say.
Really, it does not communicate to me at all - about 2001 or anything else.
It needs something to put it in context. Either to look more like the towers, OR to have some other thing to tie it in.
 

TheAnswer

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Jan 25, 2002
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If you are going for a piece of wreckage jutting out of the rest of the remains of the buildings, I get it, but perhaps recreate it outside with more little blocks and get the sky in the pic, then it would be a little clearer.

Good luck
 

b0tt094

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See i should have made two... true, But its supposed to be a ghost of what used to be there in the background and the wreckage at the bottom
 

Angrist

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Ok, I kinda get the falling dominoes thing ...

But that doesn't really say all that much about 2001 as a year. There were other things that happened that were overshadowed by 9/11.
BUT if you want to do the trade towers as falling dominoes OR are just using one event per year... then maybe 2-4 consecutive pictures showing a transition from the standing towers to a pile of dominoes
 
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Lau

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Why not just have two dominoes standing on end next to each other (thin sides facing the viewer)? Simple and effective.

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