The annual sooty black tradition of Inktober is upon us, again! Tying into my ongoing Diode Reflex Prequel project, this Inktober is all about 1920s Egypt. These pieces were drawn from photo reference I found through either image searches or on Pintrest. Additionally, they were all done in my sketchbook and then I inked those suckers right over the pencils! Take that digital world!
Let's jump right in...
|Man on camel|
|Tourist on donkey and Egyptian soldier|
|Woman selling jewelry and doodads|
|British people of import at an archeological dig site|
|Cairo shoeblack with his shinning case|
|Two girls with jars for head-carrying|
|Men smoking a hookah and playing a board game|
|Man with drum and trained monkey|
|Women head-carrying large vessels|
|Rotund man with coffee|
And right about there is where I reached my 1920s Egypt limit!
There is one more drawing, but it breaks all the rules of this Inktober. Drawn digitally, inked on bristol, not Egypt 1920s? Whaaa? Yep, I had to chuck a little horror in since that's my style. Let's finish this off with a terrifying drawing of the putrid creature known as Granny from the eponymous Roblox game!
|Granny sees yoooouuuuuu...|
And that wraps up Inktober 2022. Not a full 31 inked offerings but a decent amount, and Granny ends it on a very Halloween-y note. Happy Boo-fest everyone! Until next year boils and ghouls...