In the land of the kelp dragons all mossy and green
The creatures are preparing a coronation for a new fairy queen
Her dress is green felt embroidered with ferns and her crown is gold apricots that won’t spoil or turn
She rides to the scene with an elegant mare, that’s decorated with blueberries, apples and pears
The dragons sit around protecting the queen
Nothing can harm them, they are too supreme
The fairies all gather around in the fen
As the dragons give their blessings to the queen and them
Before the dawn comes all have fun at the ball
The royal procession is fun time for all
Before the sunrises, the queen kisses goodbye, to all the kelp dragons and tries not to cry
Because she won’t ever see them again, as they only come to fairies if its coronation time again
You really should read how Sarah has handled the prompts I wrote out a few days ago, she has meshed them really well with other word prompters too, it is amazing! So clever!
via The Thumbprint Thief (multi-source combo)
Today’s daily prompts are – Treasure – A Panda – Power – Dragon and A Rocket Ship.
As from the 30th daily prompt I will be reducing the prompts to once a week to help give people time to produce something to share.
Today’s daily prompt – A chinchilla – A shoemaker – Rain – black currants – A game
A difficult one I know, but it is randomly selected.
Today’s daily prompts are – University –female blackbird – The autumn equinox – Being adopted – A cat
Some interesting ideas, but I don’t think I know what to make of it, hopefully you have something coming to mind that will spur on your creativity today.
Inktober Day 13 – Scarecrow
Bill Brown’s comic The Evil Squirrel’s Nest, which he publishes on his blogweekly on Thursdays, features a ragtag group of squirrels, skunks, cats, and various other wild animals who are always getting into something interesting. The main characters – Hooly, Odyssey, Hottie, Mini, and Clem – were all inspired by people Bill knows in real life. But of all the characters, the one most loved by fans is Rainbow Donkey, who is also the subject of this Make It! Challenge.
The story of how this “donkicorn” came to be is just as interesting as the character himself. Bill says:
Rainbow Donkey’s debut appearance
“The very first drawing of the ‘unicorn’ that would become Rainbow Donkey was a small avatar for my message board…. It was one of my first attempts to draw any member of the equine family, and to say it looked like complete crap is an…
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