Inktober Days 5 & 7 Revisited

I wasn’t really happy with the way these looked in the cell phone photos I had to upload of them (because one was too big to easily be scanned, and for the other, I wasn’t near my scanner).

Here then are scanned versions I’m happier with.

I’m planning to re-upload the Zim drawing (day 6) as well, as soon as I can figure out a way to make the colors pop as much as the actual drawing.

Day 5: Chicken

Day 7: Exhausted

Inktober Day 6: Drooling

My ex-wife has made the observation that I like to start each new sketchbook (or style) by drawing GIR from Jhonen Vasquez’s Invader Zim.

Today, I got a new scetchbook and, well, a tradition is a tradition (although I decided to draw a different character from the same show).

Btw, does anyone know how to color with Stabilos without getting those lines when it overlaps?

Inktober Day 4: Spell


I told my girlfriend what the prompt was, and she suggested “Oh, une baguette magique!”. Fun fact: in French, a baguette can mean a wand, a stick, chopsticks, a loaf of bread…

Being an English speaker, I, of course, understood the last one before I stopped to think. So, here it is: une baguette magique!

I started this one knowing the hatching would be screwed up, and having already forgiven myself. That’s how ya’ learn, they tell me.