Artists like to draw from life, which is why we end up drawing our feet so often.
Inktober is in October, of course, so I was in a bit of a Halloweeny mood.
This is one of the many floats at American Celebration on Parade at Shenandoah Caverns. It’s enormous and the baby elephant doesn’t actually look that much like Gonzo.
I have a lot of crap on my desk at work. One afternoon, while waiting for a program to run, I sketched a few of my knick-knacks: a plush “happy beer” I picked up at an anime convention years ago, a giant squid from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Disney Vinylmation Park Starz series), and a 3-D printed warrior my cubicle neighbor gave me when she went on maternity leave.
When my husband and I went to Disney World in 2015, I snapped a picture of him wearing a ridiculous hat from The Haunted Mansion. This past Inktober I sketched the photo. He’s not quite that fat in person, but all in all it’s not a bad likeness.
© 2010-2017 kate weber All Rights Reserved -- Copyright notice by Blog Copyright