Inktober 2020: Day 19

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Inktober 2020

Day 19: Dizzy

Back before the global pandemic, the quarantine, my husbands sledding accident 10 months ago {that’s kept us mostly-quarantined since early January 2020}, I used to meet at a local coffee shop and sketch with other artists. My sketches, like mine for Inktober, are rather crude, but the skilled sketchers folded me into their group anyway. They didn’t mind I was just testing out my pens and it gave me so much freedom to explore.

We’d go on music nights to a local cafe and I loved sketching the trumpet – so when I saw the prompt, I knew I wanted to give a nod to Dizzy Gillespie – and my crude trumpet is the best way I can give my sketching admiration to him

Progress, not perfection.

Ink it up.

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Now, on to the Prompt List!

Inktober 2020: Official Prompt List

Here it is: The Official Inktober Prompt List for 2020 . . .

  1. Fish
  2. Wisp
  3. Bulky
  4. Radio
  5. Blade
  6. Rodent
  7. Fancy
  8. Teeth
  9. Throw
  10. Hope
  11. Disgusting
  12. Slippery
  13. Dune
  14. Armor
  15. Outpost
  16. Rocket
  17. Storm
  18. Trap
  19. Dizzy
  20. Coral
  21. Sleep
  22. Chef
  23. RIP
  24. Dig
  25. Buddy
  26. Hide
  27. Music
  28. Float
  29. Shoes
  30. Ominous
  31. Crawl

There you have it – 31 days of ink all for your drawing and sketching pleasure! I choose to do all my sketches as quick, black ink thumbnails – but there are a plethora of artists doing all sorts of crazy cool art! On most social media platforms you can follow Jake Parker, creator of Inktober, or just Inktober – or by using the hashtags Inktober and Inktober2020 { #Inktober #Inktober2020 } – I post mine on Instagram, but this year I’ll also be posting here!

I’d love to see your work – feel free to catch up with me here or over on Instagram!

Happy Inking!

2 thoughts on “Inktober 2020: Day 19

    1. You are so kind! It’s a process; he’s still recovering, but we had to quarantine for the first couple of months to avoid his getting infections through his open wounds I was dressing several times a day 🙂 He’s just still recovering from the muscle and ligament damage. Thank you for reaching out 🙂

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