So by now I should have completed 20 drawings for Inktober. In an effort to sort of catch up I am including multiple drawings in one post. In case you are wondering what dragons and ornaments have in common, absolutely nothing. They were just the drawings I had completed. Dragon This may be my first … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Dragon and Ornament
The Inktober theme for this post is ash. I immediately thought of Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is the Beginning of Lent and 40 days before Easter. It is a time for reflection and preparation. All go to the same place; all come from dust, and to dust all return. Ecclesiastes 3:20 NIV
Today's picture is inspired by the tree swing we had when I was a child. I loved swinging. I really loved that swing that my Granddaddy and Daddy made for me. One of my favorite poems as a child was The Swing by Robert Lewis Stevenson from a A Child's Garden of Verses . How … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Swing
I have been participating in the Inktober challenge. I have decided to complete it even though I got a late start and stayed behind. There are two themes for this post. Fragile I used red and green fine tip markers. Pattern I used Autodesk Sketchbook and an Apple Pen for this one.
Prompt 5 for Inktober is build. My interpretation of build is character building blocks based Matthew 5:3-10 and Galatians 5:22-23 Guess it is the educator in me.
The third topic for Inktober was bait but I couldn't come up with something I liked. Instead I have decided to share one of my drawing I did several years ago. I have always loved horse. When I was a kid I asked for a horse for all gift giving occasions. When I first started … Continue reading Inktober 2019: My Choice
When I saw this prompt, I thought about how I have always been a doodler. I used to draw on every piece of paper I could find in school. Most of the drawings I did were mindless and often repetitive doodles that helped me focus my mind. I am extremely ADHD and just the thought … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Mindless