Here are my Inktober sketches for Days 8 – 14:
It’s Inktober…….again. Like an endless loop on Groundhog Day. I am a week behind with my postings but that’s ok because I figured it’s easier on your in boxes, lol. I am working on three simultaneous daily tasks. These are done every day just to keep the creative juices flowing. One is my daily postcardContinue reading “Inktober Week 1”
Here is another “Little Witch and Kitty” post. I don’t know if I will be posting these every day since October is in a week and I may going gung ho on a mixed media project. Today I remembered to photograph the actual back of the postcard…hopefully you can read it without me having toContinue reading “Back to school”
This post was supposed to go out yesterday. John and I have been very busy going through all of our belongings to reduce what we have, then putting it out for yard sales. It’s been taking some time and it pulls me away from my desk. I still create daily but I keep getting pulledContinue reading “Yesterday was the first day of Autumn”
(I almost left the poor little witch and her kitty in pilgrim land). The little witch was able to return from early America with the help of a witch who’s been dodging Salem witch hunters. The little witch used her historical knowledge of the time period to give the early American witch some useful informationContinue reading “Little witch and kitty”
It’s getting a lot cooler. It’s brisk and Novembers can be windy. The little witch is still stuck in pilgrim-ville. Kitty doesn’t care. She has lots of things to keep her busy, like apples.
The little witch was practicing her spells and somehow wound up in a 17th century Puritan village. She and kitty are a bit shocked and unfortunately they need to find a 17th century witch to help them. I left the brush markers behind in the family Florida house that I was using when I startedContinue reading “Howdy Pilgrim?”
The little witch was rewarded for her studies. She received a new Jr Wand and kitty got a box to play in.
The little witch and her kitty are celebrating the Day of the Dead. To close out Inktober, here are the sketches from the month long challenge. Most were done in my morning pages, which wasn’t brush pen friendly, but I made it work.