#Inktober Drawing: “Fish”


#Inktober is upon us, and I’m trying to be more open about sharing my drawings. So you get an extra post today.

This is for the first prompt of #Inktober2020, “Fish.”

I always prefer to tell some sort of story if I can with a drawing. So, instead of drawing a fish, it’s someone who decided to fish.

I don’t know if I’ll share all my #Inktober stuff. It’s hard enough to force myself to share it on Instagram. I don’t like sharing my drawings as a rule, but I’m trying to finally get back to a place where I’m OK with it.

It’s because, as much as I like writing a silly blog, there are things that I’m not inclined to share. Maybe I’m just insecure about it. Maybe I was judged a wee bit too harshly in the past and it left a residual shyness about it.

It’s much like why I don’t share my paintings easily. It’s been a lifelong thing I’ve been working to be better about.

The one solace is not too many people read this blog (I gotta be honest with myself) and so it seems like this is a good stepping stone to moving toward sharing more.

If you like it, great. If you don’t, that’s fine too. I’m just trying to put it out there for the sake of putting it out there.

If you want to learn about Inktober, here’s the site: Inktober.com.

2 thoughts on “#Inktober Drawing: “Fish”

  1. I’ve tried my hand at drawing from time to time and the human form is very difficult. Your fisher looks amazing and I love the shading on the tree trunk. Very beautifully done.

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