It’s interesting to see what everyone chooses to draw for InkTober, how they interpret the same prompts (if they use the prompts), and even how we all struggle to draw every day.
On day 5 the prompt was “long.” Having grown up in Long Beach I knew immediately what I wanted to draw. I did a quick sketch of the boardwalk and thought, “Is this too sloppy to post?” Of course the point is to post the good with the bad. Funny enough, my husband commented, “Can I have that?”
On day 6 I drew early morning with my coffee – some sketches for a “farmers market” print pattern. I swore I would draw later and this wasn’t my InkTober sketch, but in the end I never got back to it.
I loved the day 7 prompt of “shy.” I had a picture in my mind of a little girl holding her mom’s leg. Her favorite stuffed animal held tightly. I found an image similar to my vision online to use as reference.
Day 8 – crooked. Not a particularly attractive drawing. But this was what came to mind!
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5 thoughts on “InkTober days 5-8”
Awesome drawings! I love the watercolors too!!
Thanks for the comments too- inspirational.
Thanks so much Trish! Glad you found my thought inspiring 😊😊
There are only so many hours in the day. And a drawing in ink was done. It’s hard to do more than one creative thing in a day with work etc.
It is! I am enjoying doing my catch up post and explaining my mindset for each one 🤣