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Witch Hazel Drawings in Pencil

Hello Friends!

It has been quite a while since I posted. I haven’t been doing much art lately. I have still been reading a lot. I discovered a writer of ghost stories named Mary Downing Hahn. Her books are written for older children. They are short enjoyable novels. And our library has several of them which I have liked a lot. 

I have only drawn the first few animals for the autumn woods 2021 challenge on Instagram. 

Our oldest moved out again, so I spent some time over the weekend cleaning out my studio where they had to sleep while they were here. 

So yesterday I worked out and began watching the Harry Potter movies again. It has been a couple of years since I have watched any of them. And I have only read through the books once. 

Anyway, I hope you are all doing well.

Have a wonderful day! 😀

Witch Hazel in Pen


Hello Friends! 

I took a look at the Inktober prompts for this year yesterday, but none of them excited me. So….I am not going to follow the crowd. I decided to just do my own ink drawings this year, probably not every day, and center them around the themes of fun Halloween, witchy, and harvest things.

For this drawing I used my Micro Pens and Arteza Brush Pens. I bout new Micro pens and new sketch books the other day while I had $25 worth of reward coupons from Michaels to use before the seventh of this month.

Have a wonderful day! 😀

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