My theme this year is undead. Undead because I haven't done a lot of undead in awhile. I like them as monsters and a theme. It's been too long. And Inktober is the perfect excuse for it.
Inktober is a challenge where one inks a sketch once a day for every day in October. This is my third year on it. I've found it helpful for building up my own habits. And, tbh, it's why I draw a thing every day now. It has a collective effect, albeit glacial in its pace, to improve my art.
I've also decided to do the official prompt list too. It's a creative challenge. It helps me to draw, if I have a puzzle to undo in the process. Figuring out what "Lost Undead" or "Hidden Undead" will look like, are challenges I find satisfying to attempt.
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What's faster than a undead unicorn? Hmm?
Noisy. Noisy like a trombone. Trombones are challenging. Or for me it was. Having spent a portion of my youth in band, I'm glad I remember what is a trombone and not something else.
Collecting. Everyone collects something. Sometimes they stick them in jars. A few more undead in this one. My total number of undead will probably not be exactly 31 by the end of the month.
"A Draugr. I hadn't expected this. Not her. I thought she'd sailed with our brothers. Then she came back. Oh, by Odin how she came back. As a Draugr."
He didn't want to come back. But they took everything. Even his faithful hound. Through his stitched mouth he cried. A #revenant without a hound.
Not all undead rot.
They lost everything. Even their own names lie in ruins, unknown.