Day 31 - Slice
Maureen, thank you for hosting! This has been a lot of fun, and I feel it has helped me improve quite a bit, even though I missed a few days here or there. I feel a lot more comfortable using ink now, too.
Kay, I liked your idea of using gray ink in the fountain pen (since I already have a couple of black pigma microns), so I ordered gray ink plus a converter. My only question is, if I remove the blue ink cartridge, is there any way to save it for use another time?
Michael and Kay, thank you for your kind comments on my work!
Jan, I'm glad you came across this forum and thread. It would be great if there could be an inktober every month!
But I know I'd never be able to keep this pace up, at least not with my current life's schedule. I'm already looking forward to participating again next year, and I hope you will join in, too!
Thank you to all the cool friends here in this thread, I'll miss being able to check in and see your newest additions. A few final comments:
Kay, enjoyed all your posts, although I must say the reflections on that coffee pot were amazing
Michael, I found myself looking forward to seeing what your creative interpretations would be for the topic of the day!
Ron, your violin girl's expression is perfect, and that's one of my fave pieces of yours
Weles, very creative, especially on the double glasses!
Attorney, more good figures as always. I especially enjoy the one from Oct 28, that for some reason looks Egyptian to me, even though I'm pretty sure it isn't!
Kemical, I love your giraffe, and I'm hoping you never send me a package, now that I see what is inside of your gifts!
Balaji, your gestural piece was really interesting!
Bonnie, it's fun when you post all your images, because it's like getting a big bag o' treats all at once
Potato, cool drawings, and the chain you drew on that one zombie piece is superb
Sheila, what a clever idea for a tree!
Great work everyone!
See all of you around the forum sometime!!