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A Richard Armitage Picture Is Worth 58 Words

A big thank you to everyone who contributed a word or multiple words to the “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words” project. Between comments here on the blog and suggestions made in Armitage World Chat (If you’ve never been, we’d love to have you–we are normally there in the evenings.), I had 58 words to work with.

Again I went with a beardy pic. Don’t worry, I’m neither trying to convert you non-beard lovers or in denial about the demise of the beard. 😉 Something about the beard pics just seem to work best for this project. I hope you all like the final result!



For those interested in trying to find all of the words in the graphic, here is the complete list of words used:

Admirable  * Adorable  * Agile  * Appealing * B.A.M.F. * Beardy * Captivating * Chameleon * Charismatic * Delectable * Dreamy * Endearing * Engaging * Enthralling * Exquisite * Fascinating * Gentlemanly * Graceful * Gracious * Handsome * Humble * Intelligent * Intense * Intriguing * Irresistible * Jovial * Keen * Luscious * Magical * Magnetic * Magnificent * Marvelous * Mesmerizing * Modest * Muse * Mysterious * Naughty * Observant * Pensive * Quick * Ravishing * Scrumptious * Sensational * Sensual * Sexy * Statuesque * Stunning * Suave * Sublime * Talented * Tender * Unexpurgated * Unique * Valued * Wonderful * Xenial * Yummy * Zestful


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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Richard Armitage Project

I am a Photoshop junkie. There is no point in denying it. When I have down time, I seem to gravitate to not only my laptop, but Photoshop. As far as addictions go, I think this one is pretty tame. 😉

Anyway, today’s tutorial of choice takes that old saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words” and makes it literal. I’ve got the basics down and am quite pleased with the results:


Although I’m happy with how this turned out, I only used a handful of words. Well, that seems insufficient. We all have a word–or more than likely many words–that we use to describe Richard Armitage. So, with that in mind, it is time for a group project!

From now until noon Friday (Central Time) you can submit a word that you think best describes Richard. When I’ve collected all of the words, I’ll create another graphic incorporating them all.

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