Wednesday, September 26, 2012

NWCU Wednesday Wake-Up Call (WWUC): 26.09.12




Welcome back to our Wednesday Wake-Up Call (WWUC)! This week's prompt is a "Mystery Challenge" based upon the several items you see listed further down. 

Take a few moments to review the five items, or review them several times; then let your creativity flow. Combine each of the elements in any way you might like! Let your inner guide direct you in whatever way it wishes to express itself. Simply be. Simply let go. Simply create.

Mystery Challenge

Take the following items and create something from them: prose, a poem, a sketch, a watercolor, et cetera. All of the following items must be a part, and distinguishable, of whatever you create:

1. The colors yellow, blue, and green
2. A triangle.
3. Peace
4. Lilacs.
5. A child.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to explore your creativity, and explore new mediums of art. Please feel free to chose pens, chalk, charcoal, pastels, paints, video camera, crayons, et cetera, or sing a song, share a painting, an essay, or simply an opinion! Join with us as we journey into this week’s Wednesday Wake-Up Call (WWUC).

Guidelines:
• Post your response to the prompt on your blog.
• Copy the address for the specific post and click on the Mr. Linky Button below.
• Here you will be prompted to paste your link and enter your name. 
• The prompt is live for a total of four days
• Make sure you use your actual post address and not the general address of your blog. This way folks will be taken directly to your response, and won't bail on you for having to search your space to find it.
• That's it! Your name will appear hyperlinked on our Mr. Linky page, along with our other entrants. 
• Remember, our purpose is to ultimately share the good works of our group. 
• Don't forget! Even if you do not participate please:
• Take a moment to Tweet, ReTweet, Comment, Share, and give Google +1s for those entries that you like!
• Visit those who have participated, commenting and engaging with your fellow creatives.
• Most of all, we hope you enjoy the prompt, community and interacting.


16 comments:

  1. Already working on my post, Roger :) Love the ideas my mind runs to...a fantastic way to reboot the WWUC! Let's Play!

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    1. Excellent Natasha! So glad you like it! Looking forward to your composition! Roger ☺

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  2. Thanks for the great WWUC prompt Roger
    I had the art just waiting for something to be written; the words just followed
    this is amazingly my 900th work on my blog
    Moonie
    (having trouble publishing comments today)

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    1. You're quite welcome Leslie! OMG! Looking forward to that 900th work on your blog! Roger ☺

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  3. Lovely to see the prompt back. Happily I had something that just needed a little digital magic to fit :).

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    1. Thanks Anna! Great! Looking forward to your creation! Roger ☺

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  4. I had a busy day but I'm working on this challenge. Love the prompt!

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    1. Thanks Beth! Appreciate you letting us know! Roger ☺

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  5. Hoping mine works. The words are all there, in varying forms anyways. Have to run to work, back later to read and comment!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and leaving you comment, and appreciate you participating! Best regards, Roger ☺

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  6. I really enjoyed this. Thanks for such a creative prompt!

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    1. Glad to hear it and thanks for your comment! Roger ☺

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  7. one of the most simple yet intriguing artistic prompts I have ever come across. Can't wait to see what my inner guide comes up with. Thanks, Roger, for inspiring us so.

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    1. Thank you so much Sheila! I really appreciate your comment and I'm so pleased you liked it! You're quite welcome! Roger ☺

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  8. This was fun! I've finally got mine posted. I've checked out some of yours already...heading over to comment too.

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    1. Hey Joanne! Thanks for leaving your thoughts and submitting a composition this week! Roger ☺

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