#Inktober Drawing: “Fancy”

“Rodent”

And so on day 7 of #Inktober2020, we get thrown the curveball, “Fancy.” #Inktober.

I had an original concept that I roughed out while on a call (I frequently doodle or sketch while on a call, it helps me think and absorb information). That one was the first thought when I saw the cue word, “Fancy.” It’s below as an added bonus for you – it’s a rough layout of a teacup on a fancy end table.

The one I went with, pictured above, is more in the “Shocktober” vein, with Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein dolled up for a night out on the town. I gave Frank some mutton chops and a cigar since he’s gotten over his fear of fire. The missus is happy to get out for a night on the town in a classic cut two-layer and a matching purse.

I added the green in the back so that I didn’t have to color them in with the green. The pens I have that have color are too heavy, and it would have marred the pic so I let the green behind them get your brain to help along with it.

I do have to wonder, too. If Frankenstein’s monster* and his bride had managed to work things out, would they have been able to find domestic happiness? This pic suggests so.

(* Yes, we should all just call the monster Frankenstein but I want to cut off the chances of anyone derailing the comments into a discussion about it.)

Anyhow, the disclaimer remains: 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.


The rough sketch I did on a call that was in line with my original concept is below. I also didn’t know how busy I’d be so yes, I would’ve used it as a fallback if I hadn’t had time for the one above!

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