August 5th, 2016

Hawaii::Nuuanu Pali Lookout

Word of the Day 08/05/16 Chiasmus

Chiasmus (noun)
chiasmus [kahy-az-muh s]

noun, plural chiasmi [kahy-az-mahy] Rhetoric.
1. a reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel phrases, as in “He went to the country, to the town went she.”.

Origin: 1870-75; < Greek chiasmós, equivalent to chi chi1 + -asmos masculine noun suffix, akin to -asma; see chiasma

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.

August Rush: Day 5

This is the last post of this week! Tomorrow there will be round up post to celebrate the weekly success and then there will be more screenshots on Monday.

Just to clarify, you can go back to any days you miss and complete them on a different day but remember to post your creation on the day it was inspired by or the weekly round up post!

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Good night moon

Weekend Challenge: Weird Pennsylvania--WOO HOO!!

Alright cats and kittens, I am in charge of the Weekend Challenge this first gorgeous weekend of August and mine is inspired by the book Weird Pennsylvania--WOO HOO!!

Allow me to explain: please choose a page (numbers 1 to 263) and ask for the first sentence on the page or the last sentence on the page.  For example, page 12, first sentence:  “There are woods in southeastern Pennsylvania, right on the Delaware border, whose twisted appearance has made it the star of a blockbuster movie.”

The sentence might be full of info about Pennsylvania or delightfully ambiguous, so I hope this craziness inspires you:).  Be creative as you can--drabbles/fics can be as long as you want but at least 200 words and you can do any sort of art work the spirit moves you    Just post your work by Sunday night at 11:59pm EST, and you'll be golden.  Lastly, HAVE FUN!!!

I am not creative in any way with artwork, so if you want an icon, I will have to ask for help, but I can give you a drabble or add to my WIP. 
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I currently working on a painting and I'm stuck.. So in your opinion what should I do with the right part of the painting? I took a picture about it and the original picture too. Should I paint all the tree trunks, or just some or something else?