More Inktober days

For Inktober’s prompt word “dragon”, surprise-surprise, I drew a dragon (lol).

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Dragon Escape

For the prompt word “Ash” I drew emus bushwalking through an Eucalyptus regnans forest. These trees are commonly called Mountain Ash.

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the happy wanderers

The following prompt word for Day 14 of the Inktober Challenge is “overgrown”. Those of you have tall children can probably relate to this drawing. I have two tall sons and we had to cut away the end boards of their beds to accommodate their long legs!

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I hope you are enjoying Inktober as much as I am.  It certainly gets your creative juices flowing! Take care and thanks for stopping by, PJ Paintings.

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Snowing patterns

‘Pattern’ and ‘snow’ are the prompt words for Day 10 and 11 of the #Inktober2019 Challenge.

I have drawn this emu strutting confidently wearing her patterned coat.

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The Coat of Pattern

For the prompt word ‘snow’ I have taken my inspiration from childhood memories of making snow people. I grew up on the north shore of Vancouver on Seymour Mountain where winter brought snow. In Australia, snow is a novelty and many people have never seen or touched snow but if emus were to experience snow, I’m sure that they would build some snow people.

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Snow!!

Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Thanks for visiting, PJ Paintings

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Enchanting

Today’s (day 7) Inktober Challenge prompt word is “enchanted”.  I drew an emu and a fern-winged fairy landing on its beak. I drew it with a black Artline pen.

I think this will look better when I add paint. I’m looking forward to painting all my Inktober drawings.

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Enchanted

Thanks for stopping by and I hope many enchanting moments visit you.

Cheers, PJ Paintings

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Dog attack

For Day #6 of the Inktober Challenge the prompt word is “husky”. I thought of drawing a Husky, but I haven’t had too much experience drawing dogs (I suppose that could be viewed as a missed opportunity to push myself to learn and develop my skills) but instead I decided to draw a “husky wombat”.

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A husky looking wombat

This wombat almost didn’t survive a dog attack. My Charli-dog loves paper products and pulled this picture off my bedside table (how my glass of water and everything else didn’t get knocked over is amazing)! She had herself comfortably settled with the painting between her paws, happily munching away when I walked into the room catching her red-handed!

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A husky wombat that almost didn’t survive a close encounter with a paper-eating Charli-dog!

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