Earthworm on the Nature Trail

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#NatureDoodlewash 

And a large, juicy, fat one at that, all wriggly and rippled. Shudders.

Watercolour pencils this time around, without inking the original pencil drawing first just to be different. In real life, this painting is a lot more red in colour, but the flash from the camera on the mobile phone seems to have made it look a little more earthwormy in colour. Well, it does on my computer monitor with my wonky eye.

Can I just remind you that it is World Watercolour Month in July, if you feel a sudden urge to grab yourself some watercolours and a paintbrush or two. It’s a great way to pass an hour or so, and you’re adding creative energy into the Universe whilst doing it, which is always good. If you’re interested in taking part, click here for more details.

13 comments on “Earthworm on the Nature Trail”

  1. Mmmm… πŸ˜›

    Did you know cooked earthworms taste like steak? πŸ˜›

    According to the news we will be eating insects as a matter of course in the future! πŸ˜›

    Apparently it is cheaper to grow a million mealworms and dry roast them for their nutty flavour than a cow for steak.

    I think I’ll stick to the steak… πŸ™‚

    Good picture Tom! πŸ™‚

    Prenin.

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      1. πŸ˜†Ironically, my hubby creates fish and other whimsies out of copper. He doesn’t know a thing about them nor does he fish(ever). People bring him photographs and he’s managed to learn about the most popular ones. I prefer my fish cooked and on a lovely dish. 😎😊

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