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Inktober #14 Balls

Balls

Flippable tennis ball smiley face (double expression) was meant to be the main motive on this one, but then...

...it just rolled off.
...it spun out of control.
...it bounced away.
...it became a whole new ball game.

I also didn't realize at first that no matter which way you flip the tennis ball the expression would still be sad/angry. Due to the symmetrical lines. Obvious right?! Maybe I can switch that up a bit next year. Change the pattern. Break the norm. Brand new form. Make a smile. Take a while. Go totally ballistic with these inklets! It's great to write.

Inktober #13 ThINK

ThINK

Here's one of the few ones I planned after the title, though it didn't turn out how I pictured it at all. Was supposed to be more of a box. More of a blank background. More of something like this.

...but turned out totally different! Guess I didn't really thINK it through.

Inktober #12 5 Second Challenge

5 Second Challenge

If 50 seconds isn't little enough time to spend on the daily doodle, how about 5? What can you possibly manage to draw within such a ridiculously little amount of time?! A house, pretty much.

I might've gone a second over the limit though. Signature excluded.

Inktober #11 50 Second Challenge

50 Second Challenge

The challenge: draw something (preferably not all that bad) in 50 seconds.

Ready? Set. Here goes. Signature excluded.

Inktober #10 Clear

Clear

Standing at the gates of that which waits. There's something in the air...

Inktober #9 Cloud Nines

Inktober #9 Cloud Nines

Winter's closing in... it radiates. The snow's nigh. The show's white. It's so bright. It probes life. Northern gold strobes like a glow light in cold nights only when winter clears skies, but go out and you'll tear eyes. It's here bye. It's time. Cloud nine.

Also I flipped things around a bit with this one. Partial re-usage of #6.

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