I am continuing the Inktober Challenge -
drawing in ink every day and posting it
on line- but using the Hobonichi Challenge
prompts. Above: Mummy and Skull.
Candy and Monster
Clown and Cobweb. I'm not particularly afraid of
clowns, but I also do NOT usually watch horror
movies...so if there are scary movies out there
featuring clowns, I don't want to know about it.
I tried to make a pleasantly happy clown...
Enjoyed a wonderful week visiting my son and
his family. These pages document some of our
activities. Above, Owl and Trick-or-Treat prompts.
My son had a birthday while we were there,
and he wanted to go out for sushi. We had lunch
at a Japanese Steak House, and I had the
"Bento Box" lunch. It seemed more like a
lunch tray, at least in size, but the food
was good. I chose the grilled scallops.
Our grandson also ordered sushi, and as he
was seated next to me, I got a photo of his
substantial lunch. He said some of it was
It's actually pretty to look at, but just not to
More October prompts: Haunted House
and Black Cat. The cat is inspired by a vintage
For the Ghost prompt, I decided to draw one
of the ghosts from the Harry Potter movies,
Moaning Myrtle. She's one of my favorite
characters. The Leaves are drawn from
and on-line photo.
Prompts 18 and 19 were Vampire
and Werewolf. The Count from Sesame Street
seemed a fun choice to draw for the vampire.
I wonder if I could find a copy of
the Werewolf of London movie? It
might not be too scary to watch.
I would guess that a 1930's movie would be
pretty tame compared to what
is produced these days. One of my all time
favorite old movies is Arsenic and Old Lace.
I loved that movie! But I digress...
|Prompt: Mermaid~ I chose to do a|
little gal in a mermaid costume.
You may have noticed several little coffee
cup drawings, in addition to my glass of water
at the restaurant, referenced for Bleubeard and
Elizabeth's T-Tuesday blog hop.
You don't have to draw your own tea/coffee cup
or your food to join in...just
stop by for a beverage and a chat!