For the third week in Inktober 2017, I continued making new 2.5×3.5-in. sketch cards. Check out the Troy Library Mini-Con, Week One, and Week Two posts to see all of the previous work I’ve done so for this year for Inktober. Also remember to visit the Inktober Web site to learn more about the concept.
Inktober Week Three:
This was another fun week. Pinhead (from Hellraiser) and Pennywise (from IT) might be my favorites this week… but I like pretty much all of them. I grew up on the classic Universal Monsters, so it was fun to do Frankenstein’s Monster, his bride, and the Creature… and then rounding out the week with Chucky (from Child’s Play) and the Tall Man (from Phantasm) made for a nice week of all horror-themed Inktober sketch cards. So far I’ve done a lot more horror cards this year than I did last year, which seems appropriate as we creep closer to Halloween! 🙂
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*And you thought the story of the balloons was over? Is it possible that yesterday’s cartoon exists merely to introduce a slightly better drawn balloon? I wouldn’t do that, right? 😉 Meanwhile… the long anticipated return of Buzz’s arch-nemesis! What nefarious scheme does he have planned against Buzz this time? It may or may not involve pudding.
*It wasn’t the IT parody that you wanted… It wasn’t the IT parody that you needed… It was just one fly’s quest for a missing sailboat that led him to find his true missing element, the balloon. Besides, maybe more happened down in the sewer that you don’t know about yet! Or maybe it didn’t. Who knows? 🙂
*That’s what it sounds like when you pull a big balloon through a small opening, right? Fump! First it squeeks… then it fumps! And, yes, squeak is misspelled on purpose to sell the ee part of the squeaking. 🙂 Oh, and before anyone asks… the water disappeared because it finally all ran down the drain.