Here’s an image I created in response to a call for artists from the #OurOtherMother campaign by Parents for Future.
Here’s a color version of my faceless chef.
Two babies in color this time.
So, since this is posting on Halloween, I thought it should be a Halloween themed image. So, the two things that come to mind with crawl is creepy crawly bugs and crawling babies. Bugs only seem really Halloweeny if it’s a spider or if they’re crawling over a corpse. I already did a spider this month and corpses are gross. Trying to not go for too gross since my target audience are kids.
So, a Halloween-themed baby.
I doodled a baby pumpkin-head, a baby Dracula, a baby Frankenstein’s monster, and a baby zombie. By the way, baby zombie? NO. Not cute. Bad. Very bad.
And I also doodled this baby Death, which is the one I liked best. So, that’s the one I finished off for today.
Whew! This is the last one! I’m done. I hope you enjoyed the month of inktober as much as I did. Thanks for watching!
I considered several possibilities to answer this prompt, but you know what? Sometimes the less you know, the worse it could be.
This is about the cutest concept I can think of today.
When I looked through this year’s Inktober prompt list for the first time, I saw this prompt and I knew immediately what I wanted to do with it. So, I’ve waited all month to do this one, and I finally got to it! Yay!
I may come back to it and add in shadows and maybe colors later. But not today. 🙂
Siren song counts as music, right? I hope so, but really… I just felt like drawing a mermaid. 🙂
It seems like every time I draw water, I do it differently. This style seems pretty good for mid-ocean swells.
I don’t know how that got into his house, but I don’t blame him for hiding.
Buddy always seemed like a dog’s name to me. So, here’s a boy playing with his Buddy.
Fast line drawing using fat lines this time.