Wednesday, October 23, 2019

S3W5 And the creature is... a rat!

For Week Five of Season Three, we have an image of what I consider to be a rather interesting rat. It was painted by Dylan Meconis, who can be found on Flickr as Quirky Bird


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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

S3W4 And the creature is... a snake!

Our prompt for Week 4 is this picture of an unexpectedly adorable snake. It's called Look Mama! and is by Raissa Figueroa, who also goes by the name Rizzyfig. You can buy a copy of it on Etsy.


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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

S3W3 And the creature... a demon!

For week three, we have an image from a text by fifteenth century Italian lawyer and bishop Jacobus de Teramo. I have been unable to discover the identity of the artist, but I think we can all agree it's a very interesting picture.



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Tuesday, October 1, 2019

S3W2 And the creature is... a spider!

When I announced that our theme this season would be creatures, I was told that I absolutely needed to include a spider. So for Week 2, that's what we're doing! Here's a friendly arachnid by Rose Tursi. I couldn't find this work on her website (it was on Pintrest) but you can get other things by her at  www.tursiart.com.


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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

S3W1 The creature is... a warm and fuzzy monster!

Welcome back to Wording Wednesday! For Season 3 our theme is creatures. We start with two creatures, a pair of monsters depicted in "Warm and Fuzzy" by Mateo Dineen. This piece and others can be seen on the artist's website at https://www.mateo-art.com/ .


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Tuesday, August 27, 2019

S2W6 The Weather is... Snowy!

It's the final week of Season Two and the weather has changed to snow. Our image is "Snow Scene" by Eric de Kolb. You can buy copies of it at https://fineartamerica.com/featured/a-winter-scene-eric-de-kolb.html.


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After this week, there will be a hiatus. In order to finish Season Three before the start of National Novel Writing Month, we will be starting on September 25th. As this will be leading up to Halloween, our theme shall be Creatures. If you have any artwork suggestions, please drop me a line!

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

S2W5 The Weather is... Windy


It's week five and the rain has vanished, thanks to the wind picking up. This week's prompt is "A Matter of Time" by Matt Dixon. It is part of his "Transmissions" line, which you can see more of at https://www.mattdixon.co.uk/



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