After InkTober, it feels good to be moving back into color.
November needs a new view – ink and colored pencil. Goodbye #InkTober, it’s been fun.
Creating the Great Pumpkin – ink and colored pencil. # 31
Trick or Treat – almost here #InkTober day 30
Room with a mountain view InkTober – Day 29
Fifi the Amazing, circus star. # Day 28
A garden confrontation – #InkTober – Day 27
Halloween sketch in white ink #InkTober – day 25. Working in reverse is pretty fun!
Making friends through art – #InkTober day 24
Perfect weather in October for a little daydreaming. #InkTober – Day 23
What happens as soon as the parents leave the room – #InkTober Day 22
What elves get up to in the woods, in their spare time – #inktober Day 21
#InkTober Day 20
My bottle of Higgins white pigment ink arrived in the mail, so today’s #InkTober drawing includes black and white ink.
#InkTober day 16 – a stroll by the sea.
A game of cat and mouse – #InkTober day 15
A quick #InkTober portrait for those who have any doubts.
a Princess made of pen and ink and digital ink for # day 13
A sullen teen for day 11 of InkTober
Another ink drawing in anticipation of Halloween – InkTober – day 10
InkTober – Day 8 I love Halloween night with the kids costumed up and excited to be conquering the night.
InkTober – Day 6 is my dog and her favorite stuffed animal. Since it has rained for ten days now, we have been playing lots of toss the stuffie.
Sometimes I have one of those days where things don’t necessarily go wrong. I just worry that they will. I worry a lot. And I share with my dog. Day 5 – InkTober
#InkTober Day 4, although it has a bit more watercolor than ink. Let’s just say that the ink was quite deliberate; especially I am still waiting for some truly waterproof carbon ink for my fountain pens to arrive in Chapel Hill from China. Meanwhile, I am using dip pens and not waterproof ink, applied after the watercolor has dried.