Bit slow with my resolutions, but I intend to keep them all!
Time for a happy dance with my dog!
November needs a new view – ink and colored pencil. Goodbye #InkTober, it’s been fun.
Room with a mountain view InkTober – Day 29
I spent some time recently at a tech conference where I got to closely observe the ‘Steve Jobs look’, sported by an elite set of geeks of the day. On the plus side, I did learn the answer to my question on SQL Server. InkTober – day 26
Halloween sketch in white ink #InkTober – day 25. Working in reverse is pretty fun!
Making friends through art – #InkTober day 24
#InkTober Day 20
Here’s looking at ‘cha! #inktober – day 19
#InkTober day 16 – a stroll by the sea.
A quick #InkTober portrait for those who have any doubts.
a Princess made of pen and ink and digital ink for # day 13
Ah, those artsy types
Day 3 – an # self-portrait. Sadly, I did not capture all of the floating pet hairs.
I discovered the InkTober initiative about mid-October last year. It was fun – lots of messing around and monotone learning. And now it’s finally back!
InkTober 2015 – Day 1
It’s two weeks until Inktober. I’ve got to start thinking in monochrome again! From my sketchbook:
Just a bit of reflection on sunny days in the past.
It’s the end of summer, when I don’t want to move. I just want to sit and watch everything pass by.
A late reading entry for #colour_collective This week’s color is: #bluegrey
This week’s # challenge is mint green – a difficult color to blend in water colors. I did some mixes using cerulean and hooker’s green and came close. But then I did this quick sketch and decided to dabble in digital colorizing. Not bad for a baby step.
For the child in us all, say Nanner-nanner booboo!
Two paintings done in late February 2015. Preppy Cat was a response to a # for a shade of orange that I no longer recall.
More ink drawings done over the past five months.