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Day 213 Inktober PrOctober Day 12

Today, the  #doodleinstitute prompt, Raincoat, is one I’ve already completed for Day 7 for #PrOctober. So I decided to be a bit playful with this one. I learned to draw a cat from TatyWorks. So after practicing a couple times, I decided to create a rainy, windy day for an orange cat with a raincoat! You’ll be seeing this cat and others like him in the future as I practice the techniques of shading and drawing from this lesson.

#Proctober’s Inktober prompt is “Donut.” This was quite fun because I have drawing every day for over a year now. So the shapes, the frosting, the colors, the shading, the plate, the fill– I have practiced these over and over. I am by no means an expert: I am still a novice, but at least I know a thing or two!

Go ahead– enjoy a donut! I made them for you!

Usually I include my #inktober prompt in this post, but today, it became part of another project: #WriteOut by the National Writing Project and the National Park Service. See information about the project, my Inktober inking, and my poetry in the post just before this one, also written today: Day 213 WriteOut More on Wind.

Late last night I was able to complete another insect highway illustration of the Scarab Beetle. Those leaves have seen some amazing insects so far for the DrawingDaily2020 prompts– I’m a bit behind, but I hope to catch up.

Remember, you can join in the fun here:

PrOctober by Jennifer Nichols

Doodle Institute by Diane Bleck

Inktober by Jake Parker

#DrawingDaily2020 October Insects by Emily Patriquin

#WriteOut by the National Writing Project and the National Park Service

Sheri Edwards View All

Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker

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