"Melanie" was done in one run but the others took more time and was made on two runs. I am not 100% sure why I made it but it's possible someone named Melanie made a first post in some run challenge I hosted on Facebook. Bleah, senior moment.
Back when I first dabbled in GPS art, or gwriting, "Charity Miles", or "CHARITY MILES" rather, was among the first phrases I wrote. I made it in uppercase and it took a long time to make. Each letter typically stands two blocks tall and to balance things out was two blocks wide, or maybe more. As I got better, thanks to iTrespass, I itched to re-visit "Charity Miles". Note the lowercases. It now looks a lot better than before.
"Runner's World" was freshly made this weekend. "Runner" was made on Saturday then the rest was made Sunday. I was going to make "Runner s", note the lack of the apostrophe, but then there would be fewer letters to make the next day. The apostrophe was tricky to make since it's supposed to be a short dash between "r" and "s". Originally I thought of making a third run, really short, just short enough to make the apostrophe. I was going to combine two routes via Photoshop anyway, combining three makes little difference, no? In the end, I decided to make an overhang with W and digitally erase enough of it to make the apostrophe. Original routes included for comparison.
I made "Runner's World" for the magazine's 2013 Holiday Running Streak, for fun and fame. Join the challenge at https://www.facebook.com/events/545028802257323/?source=1
|"Runner's World", actually made from four screenshots, some tweaking in Photoshop.|
|"s World", weird-looking but after some Photoshopping and combined with "Runner", it all makes sense.|
|"Charity Miles", lowercase and with iTrespass employed, much better.|
|Ye ole "CHARITY MILES" from some time back, not as great.|
|I'm thinking about the "Weird" Al song.|