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14 hours ago, pcktlnt said:

How I feel at work. 

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Hey now, you still have one eye, keep going!!!

 

^_^

 

Also question in regards to this the entire inktober thing. Can you backtrack to catch up? I've always wanted to do this but I never do. I just wouldn't feel a proper event if I didn't do them all.

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21 minutes ago, haldir said:

 

 

Also question in regards to this the entire inktober thing. Can you backtrack to catch up? I've always wanted to do this but I never do. I just wouldn't feel a proper event if I didn't do them all.

 

Yes you can. And I will once I have finished running mom from doctor to doctor and can get home again

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39 minutes ago, Argentee said:

 

Yes you can. And I will once I have finished running mom from doctor to doctor and can get home again

 

Thank you for the quick response. I may have to acquire a small drawing pad.

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I'm stealing time at work to get pop in and out, no opportunity to set up to draw again today and I won't be home til around 9pm tonight, so I've finished one so fat. Tomorrow night's going to be the same way.  Sooooo this weekend I will be popping out a bunch of sketches probably.

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1 hour ago, haldir said:

 

Hey now, you still have one eye, keep going!!!

 

^_^

 

Also question in regards to this the entire inktober thing. Can you backtrack to catch up? I've always wanted to do this but I never do. I just wouldn't feel a proper event if I didn't do them all.

This is entirely, 100% just for S&Gs. Do it however you like, using whatever medium you like. Spend 5 minutes, or 1 minute, or 63.5 minutes or whatever... ENJOY!!

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A VERY quick sketch today, I have errands this evening. "Trickster+Giant Sequoia Tree." I've always thought the big redwoods that you can drive a car through were, in addition to being gorgeous and wonderful, also terrifying. So, here's a very large mimic:

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Pilot G-2 pens on a Post-It note.

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5 hours ago, Sylverthorne said:

Yeah, no apologies needed, you're doing it! That's good enough.

 

Day 3, "Trickster".

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Ooh! I like your approach!

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7 hours ago, haldir said:

 

Hey now, you still have one eye, keep going!!!

 

^_^

 

Also question in regards to this the entire inktober thing. Can you backtrack to catch up? I've always wanted to do this but I never do. I just wouldn't feel a proper event if I didn't do them all.

 

I think it’s okay to jump in any time. I’ve seen quite a few people just do a few that catch their fancy. And if you’d like to do them all, but catch up later, that’s fine too.

 

... I had been a little stumped for an idea for the 6th prompt, “In The Walls,” and I just remembered I’m playing in a Mage game set in Berlin in 1989. ::P:

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I imagine there are mimics in dungeons that have successfully ambushed adventurers. With each successful hunt, the nourishment provides them with growth, intelligence, and more elaborate disguises. This mimic is the rug and all the things on it.

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That is an interesting way to hide treasure. One or two of the items on the rug could be “props” (actual undigested goods) and others could be a copy of something that will only be revealed if the Mimic is defeated and dissected. 

 

I got started on something for the prompt word “Bait” but didna finish it within the day. So it might turn up later. 

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