Thursday, September 24, 2020

Thursday Art Date: Crops and Farming

Hello Friends, 😊


Welcome to Thursday's Art Date, today our theme is Crops and Farming. I'm in a Halloweenie mood...so let the spooky fun begin! Bugs is posing for my version of the movie poster "Children of the Corn: Runaway"...corn is a crop right? 😊 I didn't include a bloody dress on Bugs, like on the girl's dress in the movie poster...I'll keep that for October's themes!

I'm still on a Blog break, so I'll be back to visit you all in October! 🎃🎃 Please check out the link gadget below to see more Crops and Farming artwork! 


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October 1st: Next Thursday's theme is Goblins and Trolls. Click on the link for ideas and inspiration! Remember it's all about creating. You can showcase your paintings, drawings, photography, sculpting, baking, poetry...whatever you like! 🎨

Thursday Art Date With Rain. Click on the link for a description of the art date as well as a list of upcoming themes. 

Don't forget to add the URL link to your post (not your blog) to the link gadget below to share your wonderful creations! The link gadget expires Sunday at noon (EST).

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23 comments:

Christine said...

Nice seasonal take on the theme!

Valerie-Jael said...

Fun theme and art, hope you are doing well. Hugs, Valerie

Elephant's Child said...

Your tree goblin is clever - and spooky.
Looking forward to seeing where your mind and fingers go for Halloween.
I hope your blog break is wonderful.

Elkes Lebensglück said...

Bugs the creepy one in the cornfield standing close so early * laugh *
I wish you a good blog break that everything works what you two do with your rascals.
take care of yourself and stay healthy, hug, Elke

baili said...

oh this is lovely art dear Rain

i find farming and harvesting so appealing and fascinating

your second art is spooky yet so pretty ,there is some kind of attraction in it or may it's my endless love for tree no matter how they look lol

blessings to yuor beautiful world my friend!

NatureFootstep said...

lol, Bugs is working hard with the crops. :)

The Tree goblin made giggle. I have a book on my kitchen table. "Fantastic beasts and where to find them". It is a large book and heavy. It is about the making of the beasts in the movie they made after Harry Potter. It is so interesting to see how they created the monsters. And to see how 3D softwares has changed and evolved since I worked with the early beginning at the Scania heavy trucks design department. :) In the book there are several Gobling´s like yours :)

Cathy Kennedy said...

Rain,

I'm rather happy Bugs' dress isn't bloody. That's too creepy! :) I love how you spin Bugs in your drawings with such creative fun!! It's interesting when I first looked at your Tree Goblin my mind thought of a sheep. I think it's the downward big leaves and general shape of the goblin's face. Good job, my dear! Enjoy your time away from Blogosphere and good luck on that to-do list! ;)

Cockeyed Jo said...

This was another category I could have entered. Shucks! I missed it because I was just too busy preserving our apples (crops) in the orchard (farm). LOL

Martha said...

Great job and very spooky!

Gillena Cox said...

Bugs the reaper, nice one. Wishing all a happy Thursday

much❤love

gigi-hawaii said...

Very cute Bugs in a dress in the plantation.

creativeseconds.com said...

Hope your enjoying your break ~ Blessings to you!

Laurie said...

That bugs bunny is a hard worker, I hope life is treating you and Alex well.thank you for hosting ,

Becki said...

Your tree goblin is delightfully frightful.

DVArtist said...

Well you know me I am in the Halloween mood year round. Love your corn child. I know you are getting a lot done but hope you are taking some time to rest too. Enjoy your day.

Toirdhealbheach Beucail said...

I could look at pictures of fields and harvesting for hours.

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Bleubeard and Elizabeth here, using my friend's account. I have no phone or internet. My apologies that I can't leave comments to anyone. Thanks for understanding, Rain.

Jeanie said...

Children of the Corn -- I just love how you think!

Betty said...

Hi Rain, I like your tree goblin, I love this time of year, the colours, the falling leaves, pumpkins, everthing Autumnal! Looking forward to hearing how your new home is progressing and hope you and your pets are all well. newsbreaker for you! I have a rescue cat coming some time end of October (black) :) we miss our Amber but realised a house is not a home without animals. Betty

Rosalea said...

Bugs seems a little out of his element! It should be a patch of giant carrots! Very creative, Rain.

Lowcarb team member said...

Love your art :)

Hope your blog break is going well.
Take care, stay safe and well.

All the best Jan

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Bugs is certainly getting ready for Halloween a bit early, Rain, and thankfully doesn't look in the least scary. I liked the tree goblin but thought he needed a bit of seasonal color. Hope all is going well on your blog break and looking forward to reading about what you and Alex have been doing when you return.

Fundy Blue said...

Bugs is downright freaky, and the Tree Goblin is so much fun. Hugs to you, Rain!