Inktober - Harvest Moon by rajewel
Barn Owl by Gem1nyCougar Study by denismayerjrShortclawed Lark by WillemSvdMerwePeregrine by LisaPannek
Autumnriver by MindGemAbandoned by Winter by Leonid Afremov by LeonidafremovWhataburger Still Life 2.0 by annfuhring
-Motacilla cinerea- by RiEileWings of glass by KlarEmEvangeline by Hellobaby
Velma by Anna655Butterfly Goddess - Nadeshiko by Hellobaby#540 - Mouse and Rat studies by RodentNomNomLady Bird by MAi-128
There was one thing on my mind... by FeuerwichtTiger Portrait by TussenSessanGrand Hall of NodNaiv by SirInkmanFaded Owl Portrait by Zindy
We ll take that, thank you! by EsthervanHulsenZebra1 by Charlemagne254
DO I HAVE TO BE AN ARTIST?: Transferring and carving the pattern does not require any drawing ability. If you have a few hours and a lot of patience, you can carve an amazing jack-o'-lantern.
WHERE CAN I FIND A PATTERN?: There are many patterns on the web. Try searching for "pumpkin patterns" or "jack-o-lantern patterns." The Pumpkin Wizard and Stoneykins have shaded patterns ranging from easy to difficult. You can also try making your own patterns.
CHOOSING A PUMPKIN: Find a large, fresh pumpkin. Check the entire surface for blemishes and soft spots -- especially the underside.