Here are all the #inktober drawings from this week:
Day 15: I loved drawing this one! I have naturally straight/wavy hair, so I love drawing curly hair! This was a great opportunity to practice drawing a face in full profile too, something that often leads to my ripping the paper from vigorous erasing.
Day 16: I had a terrific migraine this day. I drew this quickly after the Excedrin had kicked in, posted it and then retreated back into a dim room and rested. Migraines are the pits!
Bonus Inktober: I drew this the next day. My head still ached, but the migraine had passed 🙂 There was much (quiet) celebrating!
Day 17: Decorating Cookies. I don’t know about you, but half the fun of decorating cookies as a kid was trying to eat most of the ingredients. And of course eating the cookies that broke in the oven. “Oh nooo, we can’t give these to company!” Mom would say “I guess we’ll just have to eat them!” Best Mom ever. I “break” cookies coming out of the oven as an adult now. “Oh noooo” 😀
Day 18: This is my friend’s son Wyatt. I really enjoyed sketching him because he looks SO MUCH like my friend. Plus, how cute is his bowtie?
Day 19: This was the only one I forgot to label! Remember what it was like to draw with your face RIGHT UP near the drawing? As a kid, you have to get as close as possible to the paper so the image in your head has a better chance of showing up on the paper. Plus you could smell the crayons on paper and that’s a wonderful smell, right?
Day 20: I was really happy with how this turned out. Its’ not perfect, but I feel like I am getting the hang of blending colors better with the copics. Plus, I just like the way he’s looking at someone off the page.
Day 21: Bubbles in the Wind. I had a lot of fun with this one. There are some proportion issues (I’m looking at you arm!) but I loved drawing bubbles, wind blown hair and getting the expression for blowing bubbles.
That is it for this week! 😀 Thanks for stopping by and checking out my work! See you again next week 😀