Monday, 13 October 2014

Ungual and Quotes

Ungual?!?!? That was one dictionary trip. Alright, see if you can work this one out. I promise I will let on what this is if no one guessed after a few goes. I wonder what everyone on EIM will come up with for this one.




The twinchie word is Quotes. Here are mine:


14 comments:

  1. claws? with blood on them. Not an easy word to depict. well done

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    1. Extremely warm. Can you guess whose claw marks they are?

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  2. I hadn't a clue either but looked it up and I still wasn't sure lol

    Love your inchie and your twinchie

    Chrissie x

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    1. Alright, alright, it's the Wolverine's claw marks (as in Hugh Jackman, as in X-Men).

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  3. I had to check the dictionary too, just to be sure! Not seen wolverine so, sorry, I didn't recognise the signature :-)

    Sally

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    1. At least you agree these are claw marks :)

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  4. Very interesting depiction of this weeks very interesting word.

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    1. Thank you! That word is definitely interesting.

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  5. I had not guessed Wolverine, but I can see it now, great job!!! love the twinchie as well. Reminds me of a beading friend who designed a bracelet pattern called Comma Sutra, which has a bunch of different pictures of commas in different positions LOL you made me chuckle. have a great one

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  6. Since you had us guessing, I started to think I should have done "Edward Scissor Hands", now that would have been completely unique, I think. I like yours and I think your Quotes is brilliant!

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    1. Yes, it would have been. Ed Scissorhands is not ungual............ I think LOL

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  7. Zoe, I guessed correctly but you spilled the beans before I got to say so. oh, well, I like the concept. And I am still working on my quotes concept. and the ungual thing...it's not too late! Love your quilling and to do it in neon! Have a BRILLIANT day! c

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    1. Well done! This means my drawing attempts were not totally in vain. Thank you so much for your feedback!

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