result of inktober challenge:
I think that now I should have a good sleep.
Thanks for your attention and support
this year I want to seriously use the opportunities of Inktober challenge and to get the maximum of fun and joy both from the process itself and from the result.
For this, I decided to set my own goals and objectives. I want to draw 4 stories consisting of five pictures each. These are symbolic stories.
Each story will be united by one name and all five pictures of each story I will submit to your attention every Friday of October challenge in one file.
First Story: Atonement - Done: Inktober. Story 1: Atonement
Second story: Transfiguration - Done: Inktober. Story 2: Transfiguration
Third story: Reunion. New life - Done: Inktober. Story 3: Reunion. New life
Fourth Story: Other Horizons - Done: Inktober. Story 4: Other Horizons
These are a little strange names for fairy-tale adventures, but this has an important personal meaning for me. Since under the tale lies the reality and sincere human experiences.
Everything will be disguised already known to you by my work characters. These are the girls of acorns and the Umbrella-Man, several new heroes.
Every week one story. For me, this is a big and unusual task.
While I was sitting and fishing these stories out of my memories and feelings, it turned out that there is an inner relationship between the stories. So I want to combine the stories together with the material selection. It's ink on white paper. The mixture of black and blue ink, from the history in blue / indigo shades to the history with the same color, but the addition of yellow ink and gradual into a mixture of green hue.
For my taste, this gamma is a good expression of the balancing of darkness and light with the subsequent pacification.
I hope I will take all the tasks and not deviating from the chosen course, ha-ha.
On the weekends, I will draw some pictures on different topics. These eleven pictures I plan to make with only black ink. I think it balances my inner tension. It will be practice in the use of black ink, which I recently use less and less. Themes:
Door - Done: Inktober: Door
Dragon - Done: Inktober: Dragon
Key - Done: Inktober: Key
Whale - Done: Inktober: Whale
Tree - Done: Inktober: Tree
Lighthouse - Done: Iktober: Lighthouse
King -Done: Inktober: King
Deer - Done: Inktober: Deer
Wolf - Done: Inktober: Wolf
Moon Flowers - Done: Inktober: Moon Flowers
I hope I can implement this and use the Inktober challenge for my own motivation in creating narration in pictures without words.
I leave this journal entry here so that I do not change my mind at the last moment (=