Inktober 3

October 3, 2018 — 5 Comments

Day 3 of Inktober has arrived – here is my little inky doodle.

Inktober Day 3 John Bloodworth Gentleman Crafter

Reminds me of some of the black and white stuff from the 80s – defo a tribute to geometric art.

If you would like to have a go at this it is not too late to check out Jake’s Inktober website and have a go yourself. The rules are super simple. Draw something and post it online.

Jake provides some ‘official’ prompts each year if you are struggling for inspiration, however, I am sure that you could do whatever you fancy as long as you do it.

I’m keeping them small so that I am able to keep them going within my work schedule. Don’t think that detracts from the result though eh?

Anyway, hope you liked this one.

See you tomorrow for another one.

Ciao for now.

J :)

5 responses to Inktober 3

  1. 

    WOW! Such a great inked work of heart.
    Because there are five ‘major’ (darker) lines, it makes it look like the lines of a Stave, and the dark triangles are the notes required to be played. But … it’s not regular music it’s maybe … Oooo!! I know! It’s the music for ‘speaking’ to UFO’s!

    [sings to self:] … Duh. der. DEr. Dur. DURRRRRRR. (think: Close Encounters movie).

    Such a great bit of artistry John, and such CLEAN LINES! Heck, this must have taken you ages!

    Well done you clever chap. Love it.
    Have a blessed rest of your day ~ Cobs. x

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  2. 

    It makes me think of written music

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  3. 

    This one is also great John and I think it’s very clever to make small images besides your work otherwise it’s possible that you don’t have time to do a image a day! Thanks for sharing.

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