“Whale” is Day 12 prompt word of the Inktober Challenge. I drew a Blue whale with an Artline pen and then painted it with water colour. I then added some splattering to try to help create some looseness and movement.
This Cassowary is on guard duty for Day 13’s prompt word “guarded” …
Hope everybody is enjoying their weekend, cheers from pjpaintings
Day 9 of the Inktober Challenge. Almost a third of the way through. I’m not sure how I’m going to make it to the end of the month but one day at a time. I’ve drawn a Tassie devil using a reed and dipping it into ink and then added water colour. I like how the watercolour separated and went purpley on the face. An unplanned and unorchestrated happy outcome.
Today’s Inktober prompt is “spell”. I’m not sure why some Tasmanian pygmy possums, also known as little pygmy possums, are trying to teach an emu how to spell emu?? Maybe they think that everybody should know how to spell their name? I hope that their teaching session is successful, despite the emu’s rather discombobulated look.
The Tasmanian pigmy possum is the world’s smallest possum. An adult possum weighs a meager 7 grams and its body length is only 5-6.5 cm.
I wonder what tomorrow’s prompt word will evoke? It is certainly giving the imagination muscles a good workout!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you’re enjoying the Inktober journey. 🙂
Today’s Inktober’s prompt word is “roasted”. My original thoughts were to draw some cacti, where the weather is roasting hot, but I enjoyed drawing the wombat so much yesterday that I thought I would incorporate it into my roasting ink drawing. It’s a bit of a stretch, but on a roasting hot day why wouldn’t you spend it in a hammock under the cool shade of a gum tree??!
No amount of pedicures is going to help this wombat’s gnarly hind paws!