Friday, October 20, 2017

Inktober and New found Artists

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Into the third week and still going...that’s something quite satisfying for me. The first thing I do these days once I settle down in the morning is to do my Inktober piece and then post it in my Instagram (in case you would like to check it out) account, mainly for accountability so that I wouldn't break it. I am still garnering energy and inspiration from the be frank I am not an insect person...some of them freaks me out but I try not to harm any living being though. Any and every life is least from its perspective!

In case you would like to  see my first and second week's the links.

On that note I would like to share a couple of artists' I love watching in Youtube, of course I am aware of only a few. The first artist is Minnie Small and here's her playlist. But let me tell you I have been following for some months or probably a year now I think. Every morning after creating my own inktober piece, sometimes even before, it has become a habit to watch Minnie's inktober video. In one of her recent videos she introduced a few artists of which I found two others whose video works really interested me: WeroNoYume and Furrylittlepeach both who post Inktober pieces not regularly though as Minnie but all the same really good. WeroNoYume has more videos than the latter now. One other artist from Minnie's list who isn't doing Inktober but whose videos I liked is LittleCoffeeFox. Do check them out. I always love to see the varied mediums and varied techniques of the multi-diverse artists. It's so inspiring and interesting.

So with that here's my this week's inktober works.


Jewel bug, Monarch catterpillar
Giant Shield bug nymph, Amazonian Leaf-footed bug
Lacebug, Scorpionfly



Linking it to Eva and Kristin's Paint Party Friday.


Lisabella Russo said...

Oh these are wonderful! I love the attention and detail with each one.

Linda Kunsman said...

Again- amazing tiny details on each of these Deepa. Tho I m not so fond of some insects I too can respect them and find them interesting. Thanks for sharing your links and happy PPF!

Susan said...

These are amazing. Each is so detailed. I find it interesting that you don't particularly like insects but you portray they beautifully. Happy PPF

sathish said...

terrific... amazing details and concentration...

DVArtist said...

Wow! you are just amazing. These are all fabulous.

Faye said...

Wow, Deepa, these drawings are so beautiful and so detailed. I feel the same way about insects - some are pretty scary. I try to take them outside if I find one in the house.

denthe said...

Very intricate drawings, beautiful ... So good of you to keep it up! thanks for the links in YouTube. Some very interesting artists on there!

Giggles said...

Wonderful work...and thanks for sharing all those art links I look forward to checking them out!

Peace Giggles

Confuzzled Shannon said...

Wow so detailed and so realistic. Making me a little itchy. lol Mice work.

yatrasblog said...

wow realistic details