First of all, happy new year, readers! Last year was an amazing collection of ups and downs, but I am so excited to see what 2014 has in store for me and Rompadomp! I’m hoping to post sometime soon about my aspirations for the store, as well as some exciting new updates!
And to start off the year right here’s our first riddle of 2014, ArtBusters #3:
The opposite of good luck (P)
Think you might know the answer to this one? Comment below! If you need a bit of help, use the image as a hint ;) Continue reading
Missed our first post on how to play or want to know the answer? Check it out HERE!
Ready for another art trivia riddle? Here’s ArtBusters #2:
A shade of Jackman, Grant, or Laurie (h)
Know the answer to this one? Comment below with your guess!
I want to introduce a fun little game on the blog today called ArtBusters, which I have played in variations for a few years. Artbusters is a play on the game of Rockbusters, created by Karl Pilkington, in which a shoddy clue and initials are given to the guesser to help them guess the band or, in our case, the art term. An example would be: “The little girl is hungry; what shall we do? (F)“, in which case the answer would be “Feeder“. (Get it? It’s all a load of “craptic” clues. If you want to read more about it, you can go HERE.)
So to start us off I picked an easy one! Here’s ArtBusters #1:
Exclamation when you’re stuck behind a large vehicle in traffic (vG)
Know the answer? Comment below! Who knows, I might give out little prizes to whoever guesses correctly if people play!
What do you think about ArtBusters? Should I expand it to contain books, or maybe common brands? Let me know :)