While on vacation, I picked up a rock and it told me what it was meant to be. A T. rex of course!
I took it home and got ready to paint a Tyrannosaurus rex. All of the ridges and depressions seemed to be in exactly the right spots. Even the greenish color was right. I darkened a few spots and enhanced others. I added scales with a tiny brush. The crooked T. rex grin fit right into the contours of the rock. The nostril and eye placed themselves along a ridge and depression.
Look past external appearances and you may find magic hidden within.
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13 thoughts on “The T. rex within”
Wow, you have many talents.
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Love it–it seems we had the same ideas!
Wow! Great minds think alike. I love your collection of ocean-related rocks.
Thanks–good day to you!
How very clever of you to see beyond a simple rock. Cudos!
Thanks! I notice the shapes of things a lot and this rock had the perfect shape.
I’m inspired! Toni
Thanks! I like the idea of the Martin County Rocks event you mentioned. Here in Oregon, artists make blown glass floats and put them on the beach for people to find.
That must be gorgeous! I’m going to look it up. THX!