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Day 1:

Prompt from D&D List, Abberations:




I really rushed the detailing stage, so it is a bit of a hot mess.  I spent less than 30 minutes on it, and it shows.  I hope I'll be able to find more time in the future, but hey, I got it done and inked.

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Day 3:     I hear someone also slipped in some W&Ws.

Prompt Carvings Hashtag #Drawtober Title INKTOBER 2020 Day 3   (Three Menhirs in a field under a Harvest Moon)

Here's this week's drawing. Not what any of my original sketches were, but it's what happened when I sat down, a mix between Fish and Witch.   Ink & Copics  

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I wanted to combine Fungus and Goblin together in the first drawing. But, I could only lay my hands on a graph paper pad when I had a chance to draw. So, I ended up going with a different idea. 


Prompt Fungus

Hashtag #Drawntofantober

Title Fungal Forest

Day 1

(...a partial dungeon map, showing a room  from an abandoned dwarven amethyst mine, where some unknown species of Shroom Life is taking over...)

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So I thought a lot about this and decided that I don't have the time that I would like to devote to this on a daily basis, so I wanted to share with y'all what my plans for the way I'm participating will be, because I do what I want. ::P: So if anyone else was feeling like they want to participate but literally can't even with devoting daily or even every other day participation, I really want to encourage you to find something that works for you.

So yesterday, I took the prompts that I was interested in and did really quick and literally terrible sketches in a small sketchbook that I have for ideas and notes while I'm at the office, just to brainstorm and get the ideas on paper. If I never re-sketch and refine those drawings and therefore never feel comfortable showing them off, that's totally ok. I don't owe anyone anything.

My intention from there is to see what inspires me either on evenings where I have more time/motivation or on the weekends and put more effort in then. My goal is to do at least one prompt per week that I consider to be "presentable" because trying to force myself to either post something I'm not proud of or force myself to try to devote time that I don't actually have, that's just going to stress me out and I like to introduce as little stress into my hobbies as possible. So, yeah, I just wanted to give you my thoughts since I hadn't given you any drawings. ^_^

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*snrk* I like that one.


Alright. Usual disclaimer and rules and guidelines..

Inktober 03: "Think I'm Gonna Need A Bigger Broom". Prompts; Bulky, Witch, Ungapatchka, Cone. Mixed Media (watercolour, ink) on 140lb coldpress.03Witch.thumb.jpg.1af84b00a056ee66899f34da29ae0058.jpg



As much as I had a good time with that, I'm pretty sure the pants are NOT POOFY ENOUGH. Eh. Next time ...


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