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On 9/23/2019 at 6:08 PM, Chaoswolf said:

I can't draw to save my life, but I may try to twist some of those ideas around and apply them to miniatures. We'll see.


This is my plan as well! I may not succeed in arting every single day, but I'm going to try! ^_^



--OneBoot :D 

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On 9/23/2019 at 8:08 PM, Chaoswolf said:

I can't draw to save my life, but I may try to twist some of those ideas around and apply them to miniatures. We'll see.


22 minutes ago, OneBoot said:


This is my plan as well! I may not succeed in arting every single day, but I'm going to try! ^_^



--OneBoot :D 


I would love to see what you guys would make of this using minis!

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While I was watching the live feed (which is still going! ) I cleaned off the computer desk. And I got to looking around, and I found some forgotten pens, and there was some paper (but none of my sketch books present) but while I was listening I started drawing anyway. 


I was going to do a Neolithic henge of stones for the day one theme of: Ring. But around lunchtime I had a different idea.


R I N G  ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~  E C L I P S E

Managed to incorporate two themes in one drawing. 

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Some great stuff so far! Wow!


My contribution, taking from "eclipse" and "hummingbird."



I tried conveying translucency on the wings against the moon, not sure if I quite got there. Pretty happy with the result, though.

This is about 5 inches on a side. Pencil sketch, Pilot Razor Point lines, Prismacolor marker for the fill.

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Going to preface with... I cannot draw. But I like to sketch or doodle. Do I need to use ink? Or is pencil fine?


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Inktober seems to care about ink...Drawlloween is more inclusive. Artober likes everything!


So, yeah, pencil is great if you ask me.

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Does anyone know how to copy paste hashtags for Instagram ?  I am finding it to be a hassle to have to manually type them.  Never ^ mind. 


I found a workaround. Very first post to Instagram created.


@Pingo thank you for figuring out a thorough set of tags; (I mighta nicked some of yours :ph34r: ); it never would have occurred to me to include as many variations.


Edited by TGP
Slowly learning Instagram.
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