Inktober, Week Two

1a3376e13f4f86c6-weblogo inktoberAgain, mostly I feel like I am cheating because I use ink for under-drawings all the time.

W15 10 10 QUAN YIN INKTOBERUnder-drawing for watercolor, our soapstone Quan Yin.

I am going to ink her or watercolor her . . .  stay tuned!

W15 10 MAHADURGHA CAT INKTOBERWe own a sweet very folksy bronze Mahadurgha.

I am going to ink her or watercolor her . . .  stay tuned!

W15 10 10 BLACK-EYED SUSAN INKTOBER 1The last of the Black Eyed Susans.

W15 10 HAIGHT 012Burger Meister on Carl Street in the Haight-Ashbury district.

W15 10 HAIGHT 011Schrader Street painted ladies in the Haight-Ashbury district.

W15 10 12 STOUT RISOTTO 02Hub Survival Stout Risotto under-drawing!

And continuing into all-ink painting!
If you want the recipe that went with this inked drawing click here!

W15 10 12 STOUT RISOTTO 08
And lest you think you don’t get better with practice:

W14 10 5 WA Capitol Ballroom Carpet 8 copy W14 10 5 WA Capitol Ballroom Carpet 14 copyFrom a year ago, not knowing about Inktober, but playing with inks and watercolors drawing a rug in the Legislative Building.  I want another chance!  I could ace that now!

Inktober was started by Jake Parker; read and join, even mid-way!

B&W inked sketches in an various journals with a Platinum Carbon pen or Platinum Preppie pen and Noodler’s, Super5 or De Artramentis Document ink.


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13 Responses to Inktober, Week Two

  1. Dan Antion says:

    These are so nice Kate. I really enjoy visiting here.


  2. Wowser! That black-eyed susan really speaks to me. I love your buildings, as well. But I keep going back to that susan. Stunning shape and color.


  3. Oh these are wonderful and I love that black eyed susan!


  4. joantav says:

    Wonderful detail on the top two ink sketches. I like that you do such a variety of subjects. Nice work!


  5. Wow all of these are so impressive.


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