Like a good copy writer, I answered this question in the very first paragraph of this site’s home page.
Yes. But please follow the Geneva Conventions.
Try to give it the best inspiration that ends up with the coolest art piece. Write about your interpretation and how it reflects in your piece. Look at other people’s artworks for inspiration and see how they interpreted the prompt.
Talk to people and discuss. Really do this, because other people are one of the best sources of inspiration. I even found new inspiration to a prompt I thought I already understood, by doing this! :)
If something needs extra assumptions and you’re not sure, just pick some that inspire you most creatively. Then write about which assumptions you picked and why, so that other people can either use the same or choose their own.
It really depends on the kind of challenge you want to set yourself.
GENUARY aims to make it possible for people to do 31 daily prompts, one every day, during that day. Though if you want to be really strict, you still have to decide on what time zone the day starts.
If you come up with a different challenge using these prompts, by all means go for it.
If you rather sort of try to do a prompt maybe, then do that!
Add it to this issue on our Github!
Yes. That is very cool.