Great art work doesn't just come out as a finished product. Artists tell tales of masterpieces that started out with hundreds of false starts and dead ends. We asked you to show us what some of those might have looked like for iconic works of art.
There's a game they play on Doug Benson's podcast in which guests are asked to build the longest title they can out of existing movie titles. That got us wondering if you could actually build a good movie that way. It turns out that, well ... no you can't. But you can build some titles that make for some pretty ridiculous movie posters.
The first 25 years of any art form are going to be riddled with embarrassing missteps, and frustrating missed opportunities. A look back through the early days of gaming knowing what we know now, and show us the games we would have been playing if they'd gotten everything right the first time around.
Most flags designs were apparently inspired by doodles off the back of middle school trapper keepers, since the coolest things they could come up with to represent entire countries or states was stars, suns and maybe a bird or a bear if you're lucky. Here's what they should have looked like.
When you're not on the job and nobody's looking, chances are you get up to some stuff you wouldn't want your co-workers to see. We asked you to show us what our favorite fictional characters get up to for fun when the cameras aren't on them.