The Egg Men really lend themselves to the 1930's style drawing. Here in this inktober picture is one of the many invaders doing what they do best only to realize that humanity really loves to prepare eggs in a number of ways.
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At first I thought of drawing something truly disgusting, like someone eating a peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich with his mouth open. But how would I convey the idea of mayonnaise? How would I convey the idea of an open mouth during the whole process of mastication? These are the situations that afflict an artist, and so I decided to go with making a disgusting illustration that was heavy-handed.
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This is for the Inktober Day 10 Challenge entitled "Hope."
I'm not going to wax political right now other than to say, we could use a little HOPE right now. I'd love to hear how this classic comedian would negotiate the troubled waters of our current polarized culture. I imagine he would take it on with a mixture of incredulity and dignity. The real comedian to be puzzled about would be Don Rickles. I think Rickles would be, in the parlance of our time, "off the chain."
This is Day 8 of the Inktober Challenge. The prompt was "teeth."
When was the first time you were confronted by something like this?
When I was a kid and we went to Hilton Head, at night after a trip to a restaurant and a long day at the beach, we might take a trip to the local golf course and look for crocodiles. It was a fun past time and each time we went, we hit pay dirt. We were always far enough away though as we weren't in any real danger. The crocs were also a bit s
Day 6 of Inktober features the ferret.
Drawing this one became an almost sad melancholy endeavor. Just look at it's face and there is a since of existential introspection that many rodents have yet to uncover.
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