Someone’s getting glammed up for Thursday…
For this week’s Illustration Friday prompt– “Vanity”.
Happy Thanksgiving, U.S. of A. folks!
I’m working on some greeting card ideas and this was one of them. The card depicted above, I mean. I am experimenting with type and Painter’s digital watercolors, which I use a lot.
Another “it’s been a while”…
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My idea of things seen at a safari:
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A real quickie for Illustration Friday.
This week’s Illustration Friday prompt is the word “cultivate”. So…Clumsy the Bunny is trying to cultivate a taste in abstract art. However, it’s sometimes difficult to change how one sees things. Can’t say I blame him. It IS almost time for dinner!
I’ve been teaching myself old hymns on the guitar lately, so this was the first thing that came to mind when I saw the Illustration Friday prompt “surrender”. And this is actually the second verse as it fit the over-all concept.
I found it of interest, when I looked up the author of the hymn (Judson Van DeVenter, 1855-1939), that he was an artist/art teacher, desiring to be a recognized for his artistic talents. But he also seemed to have a gifting as an evangelist. After wrestling with which to be for five years, he finally surrendered to the ministry. And out of that surrendering, the lyrics to this song was birthed.
I wonder what his art work looked like and if he continued to do it on the side or as a hobby. And I wonder why he couldn’t do both. I guess we’ll never know the full story.
Uhm…Last one. I promise!
Just one last “chicken” before the window of opportunity disappears….
More ideas from chicken recipes to add to the previous posting for IF’s “Chicken”.
The prompt this week for Illustration Friday is “Chicken”, as suggested by Jannie Ho, a fellow IFKer! As for me, I thought I’d try a little word-play. I have more to draw up and will, if I have time during the week. And be sure and check out the other entries by clicking on the link for IF, above. Lots of creative and fun solutions there!
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