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5th of November – what’s out there?

November 5th, 2011 at 1:10

Last night In the early hours of this morning I sat down at my desk and started to sketch again, first it was just the wooden man. Then I added the blinds, tarp or is it a shutter? The door frame and and cobbled stone floor came next.
I left the door opening blank, for I don’t know what’s out there, not today, not tomorrow, not for the rest of the month. For me it’s still a blank canvas and that is nice. The door has opened so to speak, the muse has been let out.

Hope you’re having a nice first week of AEDM2011. Thank you for visiting, I’m very grateful for your comments, too.

P.S. I actually managed to catch up with the targeted 6660 odd words by writing over 3000 words on my novel, yesterday. Maybe I’ll write you a synopsis of what my novel is about one of these days.

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11 Responses to “5th of November – what’s out there?”

  1. B @ Sweet Limes Says:

    I like what the blank and unknown “out there” symbolizes for you. AEDM is amazing isn’t it? I know I’m loving it.

    And congrats on writing over 3000 words on your book, that’s a huge accomplishment.

  2. amy Says:

    I like this drawing the the unknown of it. Good job on the writing!

  3. Serena Says:

    Great sketch and interpretation! I’m still trying to coax my muse out to play. :)

  4. Gwen Says:

    Your little wooden man reminds me of something. I would love to hear more about your novel…do tell, when you are ready of course!!!

  5. Pop Art Minis - Joni Says:

    Wonderful piece…like the idea of what might lie ahead…exciting!

  6. Terrie: Creative Explorer Says:

    Great sketch….can’t wait to see where your muse takes you next.

  7. Carolyn Dube Says:

    Congrats on the novel progress! Your muse has clearly been let out in both art and writing!

  8. Tracey Fletcher King Says:

    I love drawing these wooden figures… there is something relaxing about it xx

  9. Nigel Says:

    Nice sketch, he’s very versatile :)

  10. leah Says:

    great sketch!!

    And good for you for getting so many words down on the page!

  11. patsy Says:

    The muse has been let out you say! Well done! :^) Patsy from HeARTworks

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