My drawing for day 3 of #inktober finds our witch and her familiar in a bit of a sticky wicket.
Here is the entire piece:
Elsbeth thought a toasy fire was a great way to spend a rainy afternoon.
"Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing," she thought.
I'm trying to decide if have some text to go along with my #inktober drawings might be sort of fun.
I'm also trying to decide if I want to include the prompt word when I lay them out to put on prints and clothes and such. Maybe something along the line of this, as I did with the first one, what do you think? With a border and the Prompt word in there?
I think it might be a nice way to use these images this month. Though, I won't start putting them on anything most like until the weekend as I still have my wretched dentist things to see to this week and so much to-doing as well.
On that note I shall make it short and sweet today, as I spent Most of my morning on the layout, sketch and inking of today's piece.
If you haven't joined in on #inktober yet, why not give it a go?
I was also thinking, as it seems a few other Steemians are joining in, maybe I'll share someones inking for the day in my post. In that sort of community spirit I do love here. So, today why not check out @opheliafu inking today, it's cleverly done on aluminum foil or tin foil or kitchen foil, or whatever you call it. Check hers out here.
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And check out my other posts.
- inktober day 2: "Tranquil"
- inktober day 1: Poison. A Month of Witch's with their familiars
- Another section of my current Singularity Painting inspired by Jung's Shandows and Are We Back Yet?
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