The next prompt for #Inktober2020 was music. We used this Logitech speaker (one of a pair – that also came with a woofer) to play music from our phones and laptops for at least 10 years but a while ago something went wrong and they squawk on the deeper notes. I still haven’t got around to taking them down.
My next #Inktober2020 subject was hide, so I took that to mean leather and that made me think of my Australian hat. I don’t wear this much these days because when I am out (usually to go shopping) I wear a face shield…with a hat on as well the plastic gets all misted up.
The next subject for #Inktober2020 was buddy …so with a little bit of thinking I translated that into friend…pal…pen pal…and then I thought of my old pen. This is a lovely Sheaffer fountain pen that my wife bought for me – sadly, despite dismantling it and trying every ink cleaning process I could Google, it is so blocked up that it can’t be used anymore.
A very quick sketch today for the #Inktober2020 prompt of “dig”. Just a dirty old garden trowel.
The next #Inktober2020 prompt for me was “rip” so I thought of my old cut down jean shorts, which most of my family think I should throw in the bin…they say they are falling apart! They are a little worse for wear I guess.
I missed a day so this sketch is for the #Inktober2020 prompt of the day before yesterday – just a sketch of our hob. It might look a bit odd but I was wanted to concentrate on sketching the reflections. I drew this standing up…makes a change for me …. I find my lines become more wobbly!
The #Inktober2020 prompt yesterday was “sleep”. Drawing the bed seemed like a boring choice, so I chose to draw this book rest….only loosely connected to sleeping! This lovingly crafted wooden rest is something that a friend made for us some years ago. We use it for our cookbooks.
Yesterday’s #Inktober2020 prompt was “coral”. That made it easy for me to think of what to draw because we’ve had this piece of coral around the house for many years. I regret collecting it off the beach now – I realise now we shouldn’t have done that. I think when big bits of coral wash up like this, its a sign that there has been some damage, sometimes due to people sometimes due to major storms. In any case it’s better to leave it on the beach so it breaks down into that lovely white coral sand so many beaches in the Philippines are famous for.
Yesterday’s #Inktober2020 prompt was “dizzy”, so I decided to just do a quick sketch of this little toy. I don’t know if they are popular now, but a few months ago they were all the rage with our kids.
Yesterday’s #Inktober2020 prompt was “trap”. I was going to sketch a cockroach trap we have but instead my wife suggested this…a much more cheerful subject. This is my daughters dreamcatcher, surrounded by Polaroid photos of her friends.