2019-10-05 – build

10-05 build
Hammer time!

So far this is my favorite Inktober 2019 drawing. Simple. Unapologetic. Straightforward. There was no overthinking or repeated drawings and erasings of pencil lines. Just a prompt, a pretty obvious idea for it, and putting pencil/marker to the paper and (apologies) hammering it out.

This drawing reminds me, style-wise, of my favorite Inktober 2018 drawing, though that one had the double-meaning of the prompt that I like to work in when I can (so far none of this year’s prompts have lent/loaned themselves to that).

2018-10-14 – clock

#Inktober #Inktober2018

I’m getting a lot of satisfaction out of (mostly) hanging with these Inktober drawings. I think it’s that the prompts are “forcing” me to draw. For me, “cartoonist’s block” is mostly a product of not being able to think of things to draw.

Back to Inktober prompt “double-dipping” here. Not sure if this is what is called “forced perspective”; it’s definitely not something I’ve done a lot.

10-14 - clock - JS
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