Inktober Finale & Thanks!

Hello there! Inktober 2016 is now officially over. It was a great experience – simply for subjecting yourself to a mode of working that makes marks on paper where Ctrl-Z does not apply.

There would have been so many angles to approach this, but you have to somehow grab the bull by the horns – or the brush pen by the end that is not the brush and get on with it.

Thanks to everyone who has been visiting and following, I am quite chuffed you like what you see and I am always interested in your comments.

Which one was your favourite Inktober submission of mine?

What would make you comment on – or commission – any of my stuff?

And what the flip is it with gel pens that seem to die the minute I take them into my hands? So glad this is not the case with carbon based life forms!

well, cheerioh for now and see you around!

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Inktober 2016 – 26 – BOX

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Reality lies inbetween the black box and the supposedly unique shape of a snowflake. Often the only way to nudge a self-proclaimed rigid black box is to hit it with the stimulus of an accumulation of snow flakes, i. e. a snow ball.

Are we rigidly programmed to create output as a mere reflex to given input? Or something unique, beautiful and – taken as individuals – ready to melt away without consequence?

 

…and, what the flip is it with gel pens that seem to die the minute I take them into my hands? So glad this is not the case with carbon based life forms!

Inktober 2016 – 25 – TIRED

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why, oh, why? Lunch has the tendency to develop a severe gravitational pull on my eyelids. highly inconvenient, especially when there’s so much to attend to.

there is only so much point in trying to fight it.

Winston Churchill was in favour of the extended daytime nap – in his jimjams, apparently.

Today I shall follow suit – pyjamas, rather.

Don’t scrunch up your noses at me, off for a quick nap.