Daily practice pays off.

Black and white ink drawing of tennis shoes by Kit Dunsmore
Tennis shoes. Sketch by Kit Dunsmore

Drawing daily has been more challenging than I expected. I managed to draw every day this week, but I had to take advantage of blind contours and doodling to meet my daily drawing goal. At the same time, I feel like the drawing I do when I settle down and take my time is getting better as the month progresses. Last night’s drawing of Tam is the best thing I’ve done all month.

Black and white inkdrawings of bare feet and a lamp, drawn by Kit Dunsmore
Two-page spread from my Inktober sketchbook. Drawings by Kit Dunsmore
Black and white ink drawing of a border collie by Kit Dunsmore
Tam the Border Collie. Drawing by Kit Dunsmore

How is your Inktober going?

8 thoughts on “Inktober 2019: Week 4”

    1. Thanks, Terri. It’s practice more than anything. Instruction can help and “talent” might make it easier for some, but lots of practice is the key.

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