Wednesday, September 22, 2010

A Little Behind

Have you been wondering where my responses to The Creative Prompt Project have gotten to? I am just a little behind ........well, a lot actually, but I will try to get caught up. It may require being very "creative" so for word # 81 "Middle" I think this photo says it all.
Prompt words, #s 82, 83, & 84 are Curve, Compass, and Crimson. I have combined all 3 with this doodle. A Compass is a great tool to draw a perfect Curve and this one has a piece of Crimson lead!
I will be posting the winner of the postcard tomorrow morning, so if you have not yet entered, there is still time, just be sure to leave a comment in my Sept 16th post below.

11 comments:

connie said...

What a very fun photo! This little guy is so cute... I never had a rat but I grew up with guinea pigs...

The compass is so nice. One of my favorite tools.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

I think the expression on the little guys face says it ALL! LOL! What a great photo~~well, unless you're the one in the middle. ;)

XXOO~~♥
Anne

Karen Turner said...

How can anyone say rats aren't cute? Adorable little pets. Our three sleep in a pile - no fun for the one on the bottom!

Quilt Hollow said...

While your creative prompt drawing is wonderful I was more than delighted to see one of the girls unexpectedly!! Sweet!!!

upstateLisa said...

great photo of the rat LOL! the drawing is wonderful!

Karen S said...

LOL! Whose little behinds are those in the picture?

Robbie said...

love the latest doodle...but that 'little one in the middle' is SO cute!!!

Jaye said...

Glad you didn't give up! Love the way you combined 3 of the prompts. Very clever.

Jaye said...

PS I had to be clever about middle also. Sometimes I wonder what I was thinking!

Finishing Lines by K.Sperino said...

love the compass... i have a ton of prompts i have not posted. yikes. Beautiful postcards, Jill.

Sunshine said...

Sigh, I'm just browsing your older posts once again. This photo makes me want to have rats again... I had a single, white male (haha) adopted from a university lab, followed by a couple of females. I loved them all and laughed so much about them. I have an awesome video of one of my 'girls' climbing up a narrow cupboard, exploring, when she managed to dislodge a bottle of vinegar from the shelf - I was close enough to avoid disaster, so you suddenly see my hand shoot out from behind the camera and catch the bottle :) Both died within 6 months aged 2 to 2.5, had tumours of course. Are your rat photos of your own rats?

Cheers,
Christine

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