Thursday, 3 May 2018

Scribble Picnic - Picket Fence

Hi everyone,

I'm a tad late to the picnic this week. The prompt was PICKET FENCE and a work-in-progress is all I have to show for it.  It's been a busy week.

So here are my efforts so far — Two Superb Fairy Wrens on a picket fence. They are done in my Strathmore Tan paper sketchbook with pen and white coloured pencil at this stage. More to come at a later date...

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I am having a wisdom tooth extracted tomorrow. Wish me luck...I've never had a wisdom tooth out before so I'm a little nervous.

10 comments:

  1. They are such sweet birdies - look just like my garden birds!
    Love the fence - and perhaps you'll share it again if you add more to what is already a great rendition for the theme this week.
    Hope so much all goes well with your tooth extraction dear Serena - dental work is never fun is it!

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    1. Thanks, Mary! They are Superb Fairy Wrens, one of my top three favourite birds. :)

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  2. Eeegad...dental work...I had all 4 taken out in my 20's, mind you, they were impacted and I have a small mouth so it was necessary. Good luck with that!!! Trust me, getting them out DOES NOT make you LESS wise lol! ;) Your piece is very nice Serena, it makes me think of the summer. :)

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    1. Thanks, Rain.

      Thankfully, this particular wisdom tooth was fully erupted from under the gum so an easier extraction. I still have one partially erupted and two still under the gum. The ex-girlfriends of one of my sons had all four of her wisdom teeth removed under a general anaesthetic — they were impacted and stitches were required. I remember she was in a lot of pain for the first ten days, poor thing. OH, and yes, I can agree because I don't feel any less wise. hehe

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  3. good luck with the wisdom tooth, usually people dont have problems getting them out. just follow the aftercare you are given

    the fence and birds look good as they are with the simple colouring :)

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    1. Thanks, Jen.

      Yes, the extraction went really well — just dealing with the healing process now.

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  4. You konw I love those little birds!
    I hope the extraction goes well. You'll be sore for a couple of days, for sure. Let me know how you are ding, okay? Love and hugs!! :)

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    1. Glad you liked the Fairy Wrens, Rita. xo

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  5. This is already looking lovely. Look forward to seeing it complete. I had mine done in my twenties i did not have much problem. Hope yours also comes out without any problems

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    1. Thanks, Shashi!

      The extraction went better than expected. :)

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