Inktober Week 4 Wrap Up & Drawing Hands Painting Nails

Hi friends! I have made it to day 27 in the Inktober art challenge and each day I have used the official prompt and stuck to my theme of drawing hands. Here is today’s endeavor…

You can see a time-lapse of this creation and some relaxing swatching here:

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Below are the other hand drawings I did this week!

Day 21 “Treasure” watercolor, fineliner and colored pencil sketch.
Day 22 “Ghost” (I was inspired by the pottery scene from the movie ghost) Watercolor and Paint pen.
Day 23 “Ancient” And I drew an old-timey candlestick phone with india ink and acrylic paint pen. (I figure if an iPhone5 is antique this qualifies as ancient LOL!)
Day 24 Dizzy Watercolor and paint pen
Day 25 “Tasty” I used gessoed matboard and colored pencils with pan pastel blender in this experiment.
Day 26 “Dark” this is alcohol marker and colored pencil with hints of paint pen.

Just a reminder…

Final Days! Save 50% on my Learn to Draw with Lindsay online course with coupon code inktober or by clicking this discount link.
Offer ends 10/31/19.

I’m off to bed! Inktober has been making for some late nights but it has been a great challenge and lots of fun! Happy creating!

3 Responses

  1. Lindsay, I LOVE your hands drawings! They are absolutely amazing! If you want to start a drawing hands art class, I’ll sign up. : ) I do love your art, Lindsay. Thanks for sharing these. You’ve inspired me to get back to doing the rest of my Lindsay Weirich classes that have been on hold for awhile. ; )

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  2. I can see how you have improved on your hand drawing skills over the course of this Inktober . Not that you really needed it. I always come to you for inspiration and I took your Learn to draw with Lindsey course. I consider it one of the best purchases Ive made.

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