Inktober Day 26

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I am participating in two challenges this month, OctPoWriMo and Inktober. To make it easier on myself, I’m trying to write a new poem on odd-numbered days and make a drawing on even-numbered days.

I’m following the Inktober prompts that my Facebook Zentangle group, Tangle All Around, is using. The pattern below, Your Call, was designed by Alice Hendon.1E892931-98A6-4D8C-8033-A327E7AD0EB1inktober

 

About Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Andrea R Huelsenbeck is a wife, a mother of five and a former elementary general music teacher. A freelance writer in the 1990s, her nonfiction articles and book reviews appeared in Raising Arizona Kids, Christian Library Journal, and other publications. She is currently working on a young adult mystical fantasy novel and a mystery.

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  1. So…Inktober? Is that for all artists, or specifically ink-related. Or more specifically, tattoo-related artwork? Whatever it is, I like that you’ve divided your days in an even-and-odd-handed way. I’m trying to lure myself back to the work of creativity, this month I’m going to two different live stage events (high school productions–cheaper and easier to access) and then November is NaNoWriMo. I sometimes feel like I’m totally cut-off from my creative side being a mom all the ****ed time. (You may fill in the blank however you wish.) I hail your creativity and hope it stirs something in the depths of my cold, dormant soul.

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    • Inktober is a drawing challenge for anybody, but it’s supposed to have some ink in it. It’s okay to draw in pencil and go over it in ink. I also have seen Inktober posts drawn in ink and then painted.
      Good for you, feeding your creative mind! My parents always supported the high school productions, even after my brother and I graduated. They said they were better than some of the professional ones they saw; the students had more passion.

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