Yes, I forgot the shoulder strap. But technically you can still play without one!
An unprecedented two drawings in one day! Still more Gum Gum People!
I am a full day late with this one, as I was feeling off last night and did not doodle. This shows my continuing obsession with Gum Gum People and their obsession with bananas.
Technically I started this on time, but finished after midnight. I continue to move away from the pure black ink line art approach that Inktober exemplifies but I’m still not actually cheating, as I’m sticking to ink brushes. The ones used for this prompt were:
- studio pen
- brush pen
- dry ink
- one other whose name I forget and will edit in later
I am not crazy about how the dirt turned out. Dirt is hard.
Drawing a rip in space turned out to be a lot trickier than I thought.
This was also a good exercise in practicing certain techniques, such as the very long strokes needed to get the starry backdrop to look right.
Imagine there is a Gum Gum Person somewhere in there.
This was inevitable.
Don’t ask what’s in the bowl.
I came up with this and it turned out pretty much the way I imagined it, which is always a nice trick.
Brain coral, to be precise. I found a pen brush in Procreate that does a good job of simulating brains, so I was set.
When I read that they accidentally put dizzy back in the prompt list for 2020 (it was also in the 2019 list) and then decided to go with it because it would be funny and nutty to see what different things people would do this year, I was disappointed. First, if you’re going to do an event only once a year, how on earth do you accidentally repeat the same word? There are a lot of words out there to choose from. Second, because there are a lot of words out there to choose from, choose new and different words, instead of asking people to do the same prompt again.
Anyway, here’s my 2020 version of dizzy, which was nice ‘n quick. THAT’S ALL YOU GET FOR REPEATING A PROMPT, LAZY INKTOBER PEOPLE.
This one had a billion layers and toward the end I was drawing on all of them, whether I meant to or not.
This one didn’t quite turn out the way I wanted. I could have spent more time on it, but in the spirit of just blazing through these and getting them out, I called it after trying and failing to draw rain about a billion times.
I was originally going to strap a Gum Gum Person to the rocket, but it seems to work fine on its own. It still has a pleasantly cartoon feel to it.
I’m still not crazy about the smoke. And despite all the color, I did not use a fill command, as everything was still done with ink brushes:
- Studio pen
- Brush pen
- Dry ink