Saturday, 3 November 2012

Princess Academy-Hawk

        For this Litspiration Challenge I chose to carve a hawk from a bar of soap. The hawk was based off of the hawk Peder carved for Miri in the Princess Academy. The hawk is what saves Miri at the end of the book. 



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  1. Oh My Gosh. Jami That;s Amazing

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  3. Awesome! I really like this creative way to connect with your novel, Jami! Have you carved before?

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  4. Jami your hawk is amazing I would love to know why you chose to carve that!

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    1. I chose to carve the hawk because at the time it sounded like more fun than drawing (which is what I was originally going to do).

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  5. That is so awesome! Only ninjaas can carve so well :P. So unique of a challenge, and it did a great job of connecting to literature in a totally Jami way! :)

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  6. I think your hawk looks absolutely amazing. It looks as thought it would take hours to make! Would you mind if I were to do my next litspiration challenge something close to that? It certainly wouldn't turn out as good as that though. I really like your blog's name as well as it's background. Great job!

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    1. Thank You! You're welcome to do a challenge similar to this. :)

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  7. Hey Jami, I found this absolutely AMAZING!!!!!! I think that this is a really creative challenge and you did a great job at it. By the way I really like your background. :)

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  8. Jami your hawk is so amazing!! Great job! It looks really cool!! :))

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  9. I love your hawk! It's a really creative idea! I love it. :D :D :D

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  10. Haha I thought I commented on this! Anyway, this is so awesome! Your hawk-carving skills are amazing. :) I like the way you connected it to the novel you read, and all the detail you put into it. Great job! :D

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  11. That looks amazing! It probably took awhile to make, the details are very cool. I like that you got the idea from the book. Very creative!

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  12. That looks amazing, how long did it take? I can see how it relates to the book (well I read it and I think its good. Keep up the good work :D

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