Inktober 2016 Week 3

There is only a little more than a week to go for this year’s Inktober. Fairly confident I’m going to make it to the end this year. Here’s a look at week 3, and you can go back and see week 1 and week 2.

Day 15: “Relax” – A cozy little reading nook

Day 16: “Wet” – It’s a sink. With water. Not much imagination needed there.

Day 17: “Battle” – Squirrel-saber fight! I don’t know, but Jedi squirrels just seemed hilarious.

Day 18: “Escape” – As the frogs watched and the fish didn’t care, Bob made his great escape from the forest. That is, until he hit the rogue tree branch and tumbled back to the ground at the opposite edge of the pond.

Day 19: “Flight” – Frank bribed the hamsters with the best pieces of his birdseed to make them help him take flight

Day 20: “Squeeze” – Since they are black and white, it can be any citrus fruit you want it to be.

Day 21: “Big” – Got this idea when the tiny giant attacked “baby dump truck and mommy airplane and daddy firetruck” while we were playing before bedtime.

Ten days left! If you want to see them each day when I’m done, you can follow me on Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr.

Inktober 2016 Week 1

In honor of Inktober, I’ve decided to gather each week’s drawings into a round-up post every Friday. Here is what I’ve done week one:

Day 1: The cover. I couldn’t come up with a way to incorporate the “fast” prompt into my cover, so I just decided to skip it. Kind of hard to see the title, though.

Day 2: “Noisy”. I decided I wanted to draw the noise tumbling out of a trumpet. Why a trumpet? Because that is what the 4-year-old had taken to school that week as a share that makes noise.

Day 3: “Collect”. Pokémon! I scrolled through some pictures on Google until one caught my eye. So this trainer just collects Rowletts.

Day 4: “Hungry”. I caught a biscuit with a spiderweb. I really need to make myself some biscuits.

Day 5: “Sad”. As I was feeling halfway through the background.

Day 6: “Hidden”. Cutie forest animals playing hide and seek.

Day 7: “Lost”. More zigzag grass, this time with small things hiding in it.

That’s the end of this week. I feel like I’m starting to get a grip of using this brush pen. Hopefully it will get even easier as the month goes on. If you want to see these as I make them, you can follow me on Instagram or Twitter where I post them every afternoon/evening as I finish drawing.