Watercolor pencils, smudging via PicMonkey editing.
. . . . . . however on the second time round, she came upon a low curtain
she had not noticed before, and behind it was a little door about fifteen inches high:
she tried the little golden key in the lock, and to her great delight it fitted!
The Queen of Hearts has been busy baking today.
I've decided to bring a mouthwatering selection of
her delicious raspberry and lemon curd tarts to the
picnic. . . . . . after all what's a picnic without jam tarts.
We all need a little sugar for the energy required to
follow Alice down the rabbit hole and off on the
ultimate magical adventure.
Alice's 'Wonderland' has to be the most amazing
expedition to unknown places - goodness I have
'wanderlust' just thinking about it all. . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . .and as Cheshire Cat says:
"If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there."
Hope you all stop by Michael's SCRIBBLE PICNIC today - it's
going to be interesting to find out whom each member of the group
has chosen as a favorite fictional character. . . . . . and of course
how they have illustrated this week's challenge. I'm sure it will be one
of the most fun picnics ever!
As for magical adventures and expeditions, I'll be off on another one
soon. It won't be down a rabbit hole with Alice, but it will be to what is
reputed to be a magical place - more on that later!
. . . . . and at the picnic, in her clipped British accent,
Alice called across the Mad Hatter's table. . . . .
"Dorothy dear I'm noticing your sparkly red shoes,
they're beautiful, however you are rather overdressed
for a picnic aren't you?"
Dorothy in her mid-western drawl replied. . . . . . "come
on now Alice, this is wonderland isn't it?"