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
Inktober 2019: Ash
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
Inktober 2019: Legend
The Inktober theme for this post is legend. One of my favorite stories is the The Legend of the Bluebonnet. Like most Texans I love wildflowers especially bluebonnets. We love bluebonnets so much we even made them the state flower of Texas. In the spring time when the bluebonnets are out it isn't uncommon to … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Legend
Inktober 2019: Swing
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
Inktober 2019: Husky
Prompt 6 is husky. If you have read much of my blog it is probably obvious I'm a dog person. (After all Maddie Mae is a regular guest blogger.) Bonus points if you get the dog's name.
Inktober 2019: Build
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.
Inktober 2019: Freeze
I am still a few days behind in posting these to my blog. The 4th prompt for is Freeze. I had a hard time coming up with something for this topic. It finally hit me when I was eating a ice cream after dinner. That an ice cream sundae with a cherry on top would … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Freeze