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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    I did a little update of my original sketch
    @Catbert, I love the economy of your lines.

    Here is another take: MoonRiver a homage to Henry Mancini's song from Breakfast at Tiffany's
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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Lovely!

    I also thought of Moon River but it hardly seemed fair to depict Audrey as a pig or a wolf (such are the constraints of trying to keep an arbitrary theme going) …

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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

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    Lovely!
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    I also thought of Moon River but it hardly seemed fair to depict Audrey as a pig or a wolf (such are the constraints of trying to keep an arbitrary theme going) …
    Well, I'm sure you can draw a "pretty" wolf or pig. It would be a nice challenge. Plus wolves are quite handsome
    In one of my draft ideas, I was planning to have the "Audrey" character sitting on the moon with a wolf howling to the moon.

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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Quote Originally Posted by catbert View Post
    15: River
    Three Pigs in a Boat (to say nothing of the wolf)
    … with apologies to Jerome K. Jerome

    Initial sketch
    Attachment 83944
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    Cleaned up and reworked in Procreate, an app I’m just learning to use.
    Attachment 83945

    I gave up trying to get pigs to row convincingly. I see now why Ernest Shepard gave Piglet such long arms.
    A favorite book, although I never saw Montmorency the dog as quite so threatening. There's the episode where he is thoroughly intimidated by a cat.
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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    My apologies for this atrocious "sketch". I should not watch TV and draw on the same time.

    But you get the idea


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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Quote Originally Posted by catbert View Post
    15: River
    Three Pigs in a Boat (to say nothing of the wolf)
    … with apologies to Jerome K. Jerome

    Initial sketch
    Attachment 83944
    Karas Vertex/Platinum carbon black, Kokuyo

    Cleaned up and reworked in Procreate, an app I’m just learning to use.
    Attachment 83945

    I gave up trying to get pigs to row convincingly. I see now why Ernest Shepard gave Piglet such long arms.
    Is the coxswain wearing a Porkpie hat?

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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Still catching up on some of these prompts. This sketch covers prompts Balloon and Sidekick. Piglet - friend of Winnie the Pooh.

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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Quote Originally Posted by christof View Post
    both together make a story. a cruel story, but still…
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    … Unless they got bored and jumped in the water and swam away. It's a great openingfor a mystery/ crime series. The wolf wakes up with three floating hats and pig coast guard surrounding the boat. He's the prime suspect, has he been framed?
    Certainly the circumstantial evidence doesn’t look good for Wolfie. I hope an innocent explanation will be possible. Let’s see what the next prompts permit …

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    … I was planning to have the "Audrey" character sitting on the moon with a wolf howling to the moon.
    I think you captured it. I love the dreamlike quality — like Chagall.

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    … Is the coxswain wearing a Porkpie hat? …
    It was meant to be a straw boater, to match some vaguely Victorian striped blazers. I always find hats challenging (in paper and reality).

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy View Post
    Still catching up on some of these prompts. This sketch covers prompts Balloon and Sidekick. Piglet - friend of Winnie the Pooh.
    Brilliant solution!

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    Default Re: 2024 Inktober 52 - One sketch per week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaputnik View Post
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    15: River
    Three Pigs in a Boat (to say nothing of the wolf)
    … with apologies to Jerome K. Jerome

    A favorite book, although I never saw Montmorency the dog as quite so threatening. There's the episode where he is thoroughly intimidated by a cat.
    These things sometimes have a life of their own. Wolfie was meant to be more oblivious than threatening, though the pigs were naturally wary. Then the hats in the water (which started as a lazy way to keep the reference to three pigs without actually drawing them) implied something more sinister. We’ll have to see where the narrative stream carries them next …

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