Inktober 2019 – Week 4

Before anyone says anything…. Yes, I realize it is almost week 4 of November!!! And I have the guts to post about week 4 of Inktober (October)… What can I say? ^__^’ (heheh) (Edit: I procrastinated on posting this even more so it’s even more late to the end of November now…. But I needed to provide closure for Inktober!!!)

Week 4 for Inktober was painfully slow and due to work/school commitments, I crashed around Day 24 (not bad though! Almost made doodles for a month! It’s still a success in my book).

Here are the doodles (literally just two…wow) I liked from that week!:

Day 20: Tread – Just Sakhi splashing and treading about in magical puddles 🙂

Day 23: Ancient – Garuda is the current generation of the ancient Clan of Talons. All clan members have bird-of-prey wings and wear their hair up in a bun secured by a 5 feathers hair ornament.

Hope you enjoyed my little Inktober doodles! You bet I’ll be doing it again next year, too!

Till next time….

Peace ^.^

Art Challenge – A 500 Drawing Prompts Challenge

Hello, you lovely people!

After months of just passively watching an art challenge happen, I finally decided to join in!

It’s the 500 Drawing Prompts Challenge that is hosted by Kasey Golden, an arts YouTuber. She follows this big book of prompts and tackles each prompt/ prompts weekly on her channel. You can also join in the fun by tagging her and using the tag #kaseytheprompt on Instagram, Twitter, etc. I believe the deadline for the works are every Sunday.

Last week’s prompt was Saturn’s Rings and Birdcage. And this prompt seemed to be right up my alley for some reason so I decided to finally participate and see what I could come up with.

And this was my resulting art piece:

Roman God Saturn and His Pet Crow
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Inktober 2018 – Day #12

 

Inktober 2018 – Day 12 — Blue Whale Pod

Today’s official prompt got me really excited because it’s one of my favorite subject…”whale”!!!

I absolutely love, love, love whales! They are so majestic and graceful. Their songs are so calming to listen to as well! (I say this and watch those songs translate into something not so calming and polite in whale language!)

I just took a really straight forward approach to the prompt and inked in some whales. I used a combination of traditional and digital media to create the piece. The line work is all traditional pens (and pencils for those rectangular background) and the coloring on the whales and the darkened rectangles are all done digitally.

There’s not really much for me to say about this piece other than that I had a really fun time coloring these cute ocean friends!

Day 13 is on its way! The Inktober struggle is real, man… (But fun, too!!!)

Peace ^.^