And here’s a color version of #29 – Shoes. I used a muted, art marker style of color for this one because I wanted it to look soft.
So, I finished the Inktober series, but I wanted to go back and finish off some of them in color. Here’s the first one I colored. Inktober #26 – Hide.
This is about the cutest concept I can think of today.
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.
This lightning storm was fun to draw. The piece was all about the lighting. And the lightning. Lighting my lightning. 🙂
Well, I’ve drawn real rockets and sci-fi rockets. I considered drawing Rocket Raccoon. But I decided to draw a boy lighting a bottle rocket instead.
Lines only. Didn’t bother with shading today. Maybe I’ll come back to it.
This is a more traditional Inktober style for me. More pure black and pure white than the grays from the last two pieces. So, this boy’s lifting a bulky backpack. I didn’t get it quite as silly and exaggerated as I wanted to, but I’m calling it done.
So, remember last week I meant to draw people wearing masks and I ended up drawing a ninja? Well, this week I drew the people I meant to draw last week. Here it is: People Wearing Masks.
Here’s an image for page 15 of a safety-themed coloring book commissioned by Positive Promotions. This page is about cyber safety. The two siblings are each using their devices to access online content.