Monday, October 15, 2018

Inktober Monday

Drawings for the second week of Inktober


 10/08 Inktober prompt: Star and another Celtic knot


10/09 Inktober prompt: Precious. My precious. Drawing hands is hard and the ring looks more like a cereal ring. It's gilded with variegated gold.


10/10 Inktober prompt: Flowing Chibi mermaid has flowing hair.


10/11 Inktober prompt: Cruel, but I chose to interpret it as Crewel as a type of embroidery. The thistle is colored with Pigma pens and Tombow markers


10/12 Inktober prompt: Whale. This is a little fellow I used to doodle when I was a kid.


10/13 Inktober prompt: Guarded


10/14 Inktober prompt: clock From my childhood, Captain Kangaroo's Grandfather clock

18 comments:

  1. Wonderful drawings, looks like you re having fun. Have a great week, Valerie

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  2. Nice drawings. I looked at INktober this year and wasn't sure whether to do it or not, but you look like you are having so much fun that I think you've inspired me. Hope you have a good week and stay dry today! Hugs-Erika

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    1. As I told Valerie, I"m enjoying the challenge. I wasn't sure I'd be able to keep up, but I have. So, jump in, and start where you are. Use the prompts, or not. C'mon in. The ink is fine.

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  3. WOW! These are so cool! Very innovative and inventive. I love them all, but the mermaid is adorable!!

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    1. The chibi mermaid is a redraw. She had first appeared on the baby name I did as a gift when my grand-niece was born.

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  4. Grandfather Clock! Now I'm tripping down memory lane :) I can see how the prompt are helpful in encouraging variety.

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    1. The prompts are a good spring board. Sometimes they help, sometimes they don't

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  5. cj....the drawings are awesome...1000000000000000000 percent better than what I could draw....I especially like the cap'n kangaroo clock, knew what that was before I even read the photo title !!! ♥♥♥☺☺☺

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    1. Thanks, FSG. I'm so pleased it was recognizable. Himself said he knew what it was the minute I showed it to him.

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  6. These were SO fun to see. I really enjoyed them all. I see how you drew on your childhood in some instances and your ability to be creative, like crewel, in others. Great use of the prompts AND great challenge for you.

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    1. It's been fun and i'm so happy I've been able to keep up

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  7. These are all wonderful. I especially like the clock:)

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  8. OMG The clock from Captain Kangaroo! I recognized it too, before I read what it was! (I feel so old now...... ;)

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    1. i think a lot of us are in the same boat :-D

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  9. CJ!!! I love these!! The little mermaid, the clock, the whale, the star! Love them all!!!! Well done!

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