A bit better in terms of proportions, but more unfinished #dailysketchchallenge
Thanks to all who gave positive feedback over the month of October for my #inktober efforts!
Despite whatever level of finish/professionalism may be perceived by viewers in my drawings, I still have pretty crippling confidence issues when it comes to creating. Quite often it still takes me significantly longer to build up the confidence to actually start drawing than it does for me to complete the work itself.
So thanks for the positive reinforcement 👍
Yeah, still gotta work on those proportions. Might take some extra time out soon to do a bunch of quick face sketches in the same day.
I was informed I wasn't drawing big enough. Well I tried larger but I'm not sure it really worked...
My proportions still need a lot of work, but I guess this is the advantage of short sketches.
My first #dailysketchchallenge entry.
Not great, not terrible. Need to get better at roughing in important shapes.
#inktober Day 31: Ripe
Late and a little uninspired, but I finished!
Am slightly hungover; I ended up going to a pretty crazy party. I had initially planned on finishing this and no. 30 on the 30th but things didn’t really pan out.
It’s over 🎉🎉
Will create a collage of all entries tomorrow, as I remember I had a request for that 🙂
#inktober Day 29: Injured
O no, snek got boo boo 🐍🤕😭
An ink drawing of a Rod of Asclepius; a stick with a snake wrapped around it. The snake is shedding a single tear and has a bandaged head.
Oooooooft, nearly finished. Posting this was delayed as I’ve been working on my halloween costume.
Day 23: Ancient. An ink drawing of the front view of a T-Rex skull
I’ve been away in Manchester, this ended up being drawn on Saturday morning as I had a nightmarish journey up!
I had a lovely time. I thought it was a really fantastic city… Less crushed under the boot heel of gentrification than London; or at least that’s how it felt. More vibrant, more alive. More representative of the people who actually lived there.
#inktober Day 20: Tread
I really do like drawing in perspective, I think it’s a crutch I like to lean on as it’s a style of drawing that has very clearly defined rules. It takes some of the thinking work out of drawing for me.
Pretty happy with this one.
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