Today’s prompt triggered another fun twist for me.
Imagine a porcupine fish getting a spinescut?
Sooooo, been quite busy, no time to draw earlier.
Inktober today wants us to … chop…
So here it is. A bit on the gorific side, but hey, Inktober is to explore and pratice, and sharpen skills…
Update ; The executionner’s face really screams : No mercy! and what an irony that is, given all the hearts he carries on his clothes , symbol of kindness and love…
Quick ink drawing, today’s Inktober prompt, “expensive” , was not so inspiring, I thought. I do not own a single pair of the famous “red sole shoes” and probably never will, and that’s fine. I’d rather splurge money on books, travel or restaurant with very good red burgundy wines with friends and family 😉
Day 19 ‘s prompt was a bit tricky too. And I drew it very late, was very busy. And I forgot to post it yesterday! So here we are.
Enjoy. The model for the Dragon is one of the many famous ancient paintings from the Japanese and Chinese traditions.
Swollen, well, this Inktober prompt was really not inspiring… so I drew something grafiti style( or graph as I used to call the rare ones I did (on paper only) my youth).
A bit on the bondage side, but hey, it takes all ( hum, not really but let’s be open) to make a world.
Working on a theatrical project, I have designed the poster for the play ( which basically tells the story of men shot as example during WW1, and their rehabilitation thereafter).
Here is what I came up with.
Later I’ll post the inktober promt ( “angular”, talk about non-inspiring)