Monday, 17 October 2016

INKtober: More daily sketches

It's been quite a challenge but I have been managing to keep up 
with the INKtober daily sketching this past week. 

All inked up
Thanks to Marcelo Cunha over at Sktchy for the reference image.

Splashes of colour with Dr Ph Martins inks


Sketched with Platinum Carbon and Pentel pocket brush pens, 
then a light wash here and there with Sumi ink.
Thanks to Gustavo Romano over at Sktchy for the reference image.


Sketched with Platinum Carbon and Pentel pocket brush pens, 
plus a light wash of Sumi ink.
Thanks to Jordan Shelton over at Sktchy for the reference image.

I couldn't help but smile when I saw the reference image so just had to sketch him.
Sketched with ballpoint, Platinum Carbon, and Pentel pocket brush pens. 
Thanks to Vincent Cuevas over at Sktchy for the reference image.

Sketched with ballpoint, Platinum Carbon, and Pentel pocket brush pens. 
Also some Sumi ink. 
Thanks to Hannah Chaffee over at Sktchy for the reference image.

Sketched with ballpoint pens in various colours plus a little white ink.
Oh, and some SUMI ink for the black.
The green base is watercolours. 
My own reference image.

Sketched entirely with a Staedtler brown ballpoint pen. 
I like the softer look of this one. 
Thanks to Marcelle C over at Sktchy for the reference image.

I'm linking up a little late with Sunday Sketches this week.
It's actually 6:30 on Monday morning here.
To see the work of the other participants, click HERE,

Aaron, my son, graciously passed his Spring flu over to me
 so I woke up feeling miserable with a clogged head and
a sore throat that is very painful when I swallow.
I'm still dealing with hand pain from my fall.
It could be worse but maybe
I should see about trading myself in
for a newer model?

Life goes on.....

10 comments:

  1. fabulous work as always Serena!

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  2. I LOVE the sketches!!! But am not happy that your hand still hurts. You should ge back to your doctor--after you get over the flu. love and hugs :)

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  3. the hair (and fur) is wonderfully done on them all :) I hope the flu goes away soon and doesn't hang around. if the hand keeps hurting you should get it looked at, maybe it does need an x-ray :(

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  4. Wow!! Your sketches are fantastic. I am so impressed. Hope your hand is better soon.

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  5. Sorry you ended up getting the flu, but glad you've been able to get all your sketching done despite being sick and still dealing with pain.

    Feel better soon!

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  6. Ha-ha! My husband always says he needs to trade me in when I complain about my aches and pains. I've seen all your sketches as you post them on IG. Really all so lovely. Sending hugs your way ... feel better soon. Best wishes for a good week.

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  7. wow...great illustrations! i always start out doing inktober but by the 5th i'm already behind. oh, well.

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  8. Love your sketches / illustrations, they are wonderful. I just found out about inktober this year, but I don't event try anymore to commit to 1 piece a day challenges. It just does not work for me at this point in my life. Thanks for introducing me to Sketchy, I'll check it out.

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  9. wonderful artwork. Love your portraits :)

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  10. illustrative sketches .
    incredible art

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