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Inktober2019 Wrap up

#inktober2019 challenge ended yesterday. I made it to the end! In the waning days I tried out a few other techniques and subjects, including sports figures. Enjoy!

Who doesn’t love lemurs?
The photograph of this Chinese high jumper really inspired me.
What can I say? It was the World Series baseball playoff week.
Inspired by French Impressionism.

Now I am pondering ways to incorporate some of my favorite drawings into new projects. At the least, I hope to print a few greeting cards for friends and family.

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One of six children, I was raised by a busy mom, who instilled in me a love of fabric. Though I learned to sew and knit at a young age, it was the arrival of my first grandchild that pushed me into action. A long-time knitter, I am now ready to explore all things fiber.

10 thoughts on “Inktober2019 Wrap up

    1. Thanks! I’m thinking about starting to work with color. Like maybe, watercolor pencils to use on my ink drawings. Do you have an opinion about this media and which brand of pencils to buy?

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      1. I rarely use watercolor pencils, probably because I have so many other supplies, but I do have some Inktense watercolor pencils which are nice. I have a set of Arteza watercolor pens that I like and I use a water brush with them when I need more water to blend them out. I like to use markers too. I am sort of an art supply hoarder, you can’t have too many in my book! Have fun!

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      2. Thanks for the brief discussion of art supplies. Today I am watching a tutorial on drawing with ink. Shoulda done this BEFORE Inktober fest. Oh well, it’s never to late to learn technique.

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