Wow! The last Inktober drawing I posted was Day 18. I didn’t realise I was that far behind.
So, here’s a bit of a catch up.
For low-motivation Day 19, I drew a quick sketch of an Echidna, sometimes known as a spiny anteater. They are a monotreme, egg-laying mammals, along with the platypus, and are native to Australia and Tasmania. I live in Tasmania and I’ve seen them several times, often when they are crossing a road. I love the way they walk, they dawdle and their whole body moves from side-to-side. They are cute beyond words. I panic when they are on the road and want to jump out of the car and hurry them along before a car runs over them.
These are two photos I took of an echidna on the side of a road.
For low-motivation Day 20: a rabbit
For feeling more motivated Day 21: a kangaroo with joey
… and for Day 22, still feeling quite motivated, I drew a sculpture that is in front of the Government House Tasmania. Which do you like best? A photo of sculptures and buildings or a drawing or painting of sculptures and buildings?
and here’s the photo of the sculpture
Thanks for stopping by and wishing you a lovely rest of the day/evening.