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I was at Writing Wranglers and Warriors yesterday, sharing a bad doodle but a good experience. Click on over to read the post.
Posted by Kathy Waller
For the past few weeks, on my personal blog, I’ve posted doodles I’ve done from prompts taken from 365 Days of Doodling by Carin Channing.
Doodle a pilgrimage you’d like to take.
In November, while in Salem, Massachusetts, for Writer Unboxed’s UnCon, I’ll make a pilgrimage to the House of the Seven Gables, which Nathaniel Hawthorne made famous in his novel of the same name.
House of the Seven Gables. By Detroit Publishing Co. [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_House_of_the_Seven_Gables#/media/File:House_of_the_Seven_Gables_%281915%29.jpg
Fortunately, it won’t look like my doodle. If I’d been sensible, I’d have chosen to travel to a two-dimensional setting, something flat, with no corners or gables. I’d have planned the drawing more carefully, too. I was so wrapped up in keeping the gables from running off the page, I forgot the house would need a roof.
To help with identification, I numbered the gables.
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Doodle #5. Doodle a quiet moment. This is the San Marcos River edged by willow trees and grass and such. Well, it is if I say it is. Here's a better picture. ### Prompt from 365 Days of Doodling by Carin Channing.
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Doodle #3. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? Doodle it in the simple way a child would. When I was four, I wanted to be Davy Crockett. I had the official outfit, complete with coonskin cap, and a charred mop handle named Old Betsy, and I … Continue reading Doodle #3. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up