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* Clinton Litchfield

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Summer Workshop Prompt #2
Magical Subjects & Classes

The classes are a huge part of what keeps the castle board active during term. For this prompt, we're asking you to pick your (or your character's) favourite magical subject or even a specific lesson that you loved, and to showcase it for the world to see.

Your Task
It comes in two stages...

Stage 1
Create a graphic relating to a magical subject or a specific lesson you participated in. Feel free to get as creative as you want with this! It might be a moodboard of images you've found online, or that one photograph you once took that captures the Hogwarts Greenhouses perfectly. It could be calligraphy, or artwork that you've drawn/painted/designed yourself. As long as it's an image, it counts!

To put an image in a post, you'll need to upload your final content onto an image hosting site e.g. Imgur, and copy the link. Paste it within the image code. Setting an image width can be helpful if your image is really big. It should look something like this, but without the spaces after the [ bracket:
[ img width=400]IMAGELINKHERE[ /img]

Stage 2
Write a piece that relates to your chosen magical subject or lesson. The piece can be as directly or as indirectly related to the subject/lesson as you like, and can be in any format and of any length. It could be a poem, a spin-off scene from a class that heavily impacted your character, a list of associations... You might even want to focus on the professor rather than the class itself. It's entirely up to you!

How do I start?
three simple steps

1. Start a new thread in the Summer Workshop forum. It should be called Prompt 1: Title of Your Piece
2. Complete your piece, following the prompt above. You can choose whether to post both stages in one post or in separate posts.
3. Review the pieces of others (see How To Workshop).

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