So, I do promise to post the Science behind Self-Care, but I’ve had a bit of a long day, SO, we’re switching it up a little, and I’m showing you a lovely compiling of my current drawings of Inktober
I intended for this picture to be more deep, but this is what I drew instead. I’m still new to drawing, and it had been my first time drawing in years, but I’m still pretty proud (the ring tattoos on her hands could mean anything-make up a story; I’d love to hear)!
DAY 2- MINDLESS
I dont actually have this picture, so here’s a plug for my Instagram. (HaziWords)
So, for bait, if you think about it, for humans, it’s the bait throughout history, and throughout stories. From Adam and Eve, right down to Snow White. It’s even used in a joke.
DAY 4- FREEZE
I don’t know what to explain here, dogs make all of us Freeze.
DAY 5- BUILD
So, I don’t know if I’ve mentioned it, but I’m a lover of Steampunk. It’s the perfect reminder of all things innovative and creative.
Morning voices are husky, and er, I don’t…know…how to draw…humans or dogs so…
DAY 7&8- FRAIL
You’re book is judging you for being on your frail phone instead of reading it.
This one was bad. I don’t even want to talk about it.
Drawing this was therapeutic and so enjoyable. That’s all.
So, I do have to say I’m not ideal at drawing, but I have enjoyed Inktober, and I definitely will be using (get ready), Skillshare’s drawing classes to get a little bit more practice in.
Which, in case you didn’t know, today’s post is sponsored by Skillshare, an online learning platform that gives you access to thousands of classes, runs in a way that’s similar to Netflix. All for ten dollars. BUT, Skillshare is offering you, my lovely reader, two months for free (it’s going to be getting me through Inktober. Just click the image down below to get started!
All things said I want to know-are you participating in Inktober? What are your thoughts on it? I’d love to know!