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    Double, after Frida Kahol

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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    Well done Chrissy

    Prompt: Jolt

    This was a hard one for us.....

    Bumps in a road which causes jolts.

    #inktober2018-30 Jolt (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Diamine Calligraphy Passion, Seitz Kreuznach Schiefergrau)




    #inktober2018-30 Jolt by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Seitz Kreuznach Schiefergrau, Noodlers Golden Brown, Rotring Zeichentusche Weiß)
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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by Pterodactylus View Post
    Well done Chrissy

    Prompt: Jolt

    This was a hard one for us.....
    Thank you. It was a hard one for me too. I've had to order some Rotring White ink for future projects, as I found it so hard to keep the paper white where it really needed to stay white. Thank you for the suggestion.
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    Well done Chrissy

    Prompt: Jolt

    This was a hard one for us.....
    Thank you. It was a hard one for me too. I've had to order some Rotring White ink for future projects, as I found it so hard to keep the paper white where it really needed to stay white. Thank you for the suggestion.
    Gelly roll pens and signo pens are also quite good if you don't want to use a dip pen.

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    This is mine for jolt

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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    31st October prompt: Slice

    I decided to experiment with this one. Because I have no white ink yet, nor any Signo white ink pens, I tried the effect of adding Titanium White pigment powder to my R&G Helianthus ink. It was harder to colour with, but it worked up to a point.

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    Inktober 2018 ends with...






    hopefully, I can do more contributions next year.

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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    Such wonderful drawings! I ran out of free time a couple weeks ago. But what I had time for was quite fun. Happy Halloween.

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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    Happy Halloween


    Prompt Slice:

    Of course we have some Halloween slices for today.


    #inktober2018-31 Slice (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Rohrer & Klingner Morinda, Seitz Kreuznach Schiefergrau, Noodlers Golden Brown, Rotring Zeichentusche Weiß)



    #inktober2018-31 Slice by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Diamine Calligraphy Passion, Private Reserve Tanzanite, Rohrer & Klingner Morinda, Seitz Kreuznach Schiefergrau, Noodlers Golden Brown, Rotring Zeichentusche Weiß)



    Mission Inktober 2018 accomplished

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    Mission Inktober 2018 accomplished.

    Well done everyone. Give yourselves a well-deserved pat on the back.
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    Slice: This is Conrad Veidt staring in*the 1928 film “The*man who laughs”, where the main character in the story had his face was sliced to give him a perpetual smile. It is said that this character was the inspiration for Batman’s Joker.*Well done everyone

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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    My resume

    Great that this year more Geeks participated than last year, this proves that also the creative part of our community is still alive.
    I enjoyed all the great inputs provided, well done.
    But there is still room for development next year, I hope the participation will be even higher then.


    Personally my son and I enjoyed Inktober also this year again.
    I’m sure that the continuous practice every day during a month improved our skills again.
    It was a lot of fun, but not every day, sometimes we felt the pressure to deliver content every single day.
    Finding the time to draw something every day beside all other daily things was not always easy.
    It was quite demanding and not easy to keep the pace every day, but overall the positive feelings weigh much more than the others.
    We are happy that we again succeeded the challenge.

    But even if we wouldn’t be able to create every single day content it would be fun.

    I also like to motivate geeks which can´t or want to participate every single day to participate.


    So well done all Geeks which participated, thanks for all the great input I enjoyed your drawings


    Hope to see all of you (and many new participants) participating also next year’s Inktober.
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    Default Re: Inktober 2018

    I must admit I felt pressured on some days, and I never managed to come up with anything for "Cruel."

    My effort for "Jolt" was by far the hardest. I almost didn't do that day. I think my Ink Reviewing capacity suffered for a month.
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