Kitty says, “I knead you.”
This year, I participated in the Inktober ink drawing challenge.
Inktober was created by Jake Parker in 2009 as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. Participation in Inktober is simple: Draw something in ink, post it online, and repeat the process each day during October. Over the years, Inktober has grown from one artist’s personal challenge into a worldwide annual event that is enjoyed by thousands of artists! Continue reading “Inktober 2017”
“We climb and fall. United by a common struggle, our happiness is found in unexpected places. This mask removed, reveals a truth.”
I drew this comic during the Inktober ink drawing challenge. The inspirations for the comic were the challenge’s final five daily prompts:
Climb (Oct. 27)
Fall (Oct. 28)
United (Oct. 29)
Found (Oct. 30)
Mask (Oct. 31)
Who can resist a juicy bit of gossip?
(drawn for Inktober 2017 – day 23 – “juicy”)
Our hidden cloud storage crisis.
(drawn for Inktober 2017 – day 19 – “cloud”)
He’s his own biggest fan!
When we first see a drawing, we might imagine a flash of inspiration leading straight to the finished artwork. Many times that’s what happens, but not always.
One of my favorite drawings took a few years and several versions until the art finally matched up with my imagination. The fez fish began as a 2013 sketch book drawing that I scanned and colored in Photoshop. Continue reading “Evolving Art”
Greetings from California. Home of the happy bear!
Squirrel in a hurry!