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The Drauthoring Project is going along smoothly, with a lot of praise! Check out all of the drawings and paragraphs so far to see the whole story. Get the picture?
AND CHECK OUT THIS!
A stop-motion video about the alphabet called “Letter Adventure” is now released on the YouTube Channel! This is the description: “Roll up to see the awesome stop motion comedy created by yours truly, JJ! In Letter Adventure, all the letters of the alphabet come together to make a short, dramatic film that captures fun perfectly.” To check it out, click this link; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wog4p12WWHw.

Paragraph 52 – A Spinning, Blurry World

spinning blurry world smudgedParagraph 52, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.

Razling soon dozed off after exerting so much energy from attacking the magic wall. He flopped onto the ground, rolled over and snuggled into his feathers, his snoring a pulsing chirp.
Damien, dazed and weak, groaned and tried to get up. He hadn’t really noticed much but he could hear something. The world seemed to be spinning in three different directions and everything that would usually make sense was just jumbled like a humongous puzzle. For all Damien knew, his brain cells could be jumping around and going rogue. He stirred again and managed to sit up. Everything he could see was a blurry landscape, no details defined as they usually would. The green savannah rolled around him and a red smudge in his peripheral vision wobbled. Was that where that sound was coming from?

Paragraph 51 – Magical Wall

wall magical razling attack peck scratchParagraph 51, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.

What Razling saw was an immense ‘bubble’ of red sparks and magic power just expanding and exploding, pushing Damien extremely fast through the air. Damien had been flung about 10 paibers from the temple, but Razling was now trapped. The power bubble had passed through Razling and surrounded the Temple, but when Razling tried to walk out, it blocked him like an invisible wall. He tried squawking and making as much racket as possible, but Damien was too dazed to notice anything. Panic started bouncing around inside Razling’s brain and fear clutched his heart with long, spiky tendrils. Razling whacked the wall with his wings, pecked it with his beak and scratched it with his claws, yet the magic held firm under Razling’s spell of fear and distress.

Paragraph 50 – In the Air

air lying on the ground flying flew across sky unconsciousParagraph 50, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.

All Damien could register was a humongous, exploding noise before he was flying through the air. Red blurs surrounded him. Then he was sprawled on the ground. He couldn’t get up. Damien was suddenly exhausted. He lay there, looking up at the clouds scurrying across Planet J’s sprawling blue skies.
The thing is, Razling saw a very different view altogether.

Paragraph 49 – Hammer and Chisel Test

hammer chisel use test tools hit whack contactParagraph 49, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.

“Right, then,” Damien said to Razling, “It’s time to test these tools on the Temple!” Razling tilted his head to the side and use his wings to create a shrugging motion. He wasn’t really sure it was a good idea. Damien ignored this motion and pranced back to the Temple with his new hammer and chisel. He found what looked like a weak spot where the inscribed pillar and the tiled foundations met. Damien lined up the chisel into the crack and closed one eye to get a better aim for his hammer. He held the sharp chisel in place, the wedge lodged into the seam of the marble’s join. Damien moved the hammer close to the chisel once, twice, and right before the third time, Razling squinted and shuffled away. Then the hammer connected with the chisel.

Paragraph 48 – Tool Assembly

tool assembly hammer complete vines strands chiselParagraph 48, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.

Damien ground the rock away very delicately, making sure that he did not grind through to the other side or widen out the hole too much. In the meantime, Razling was scraping a rock into a sharp wedge on a strong metamorphic stone. They slotted in their handles simultaneously and Damien used some long weed stems to keep the hammer’s handle tied into place. The chisel was already done once the handle was attached, but then they took it out again after realising that it would be easier to hit without the handle. Soon enough, it was time to test out their new tools.

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