So far I’m failing the daily challenge, but I’m winning at renewing my love of drawing for fun. See the original challenge at Cedar Sanderson’s blog (and do check out her books: like Lab Gremlins. It too, is made of win.)
So from Wednesday: Snapdragon (above), then Cat Accountants, which for some reason I wrote down as Owl Bits (??), Anteater (Nope), Trilobyte, Death, Beehive & Claymore.
Have you got a blog? A SocMedia account? Pass it on. Live free or die. ~ Codex.
BIG TECH BURNED BY BIDEN BLUNDER
In my 2019 book, The Social Media Upheaval, I warned that the Big Tech companies — especially social media giants like Facebook and Twitter — had grown into powerful monopolists, who were using their power over the national conversation to not only sell ads, but also to promote a political agenda. That was pretty obvious last year, but it was even more obvious last week, when Facebook and Twitter tried to black out the New York Post’s blockbuster report about emails found on a laptop abandoned by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter. Continue reading
This week’s prompts (since I decided to skip “inspiration”. I had to draw Lennon hair. Ugh.) are: woof, cheese, juniper, fairy lumberjack, tiny houses, mercurial, snap dragon, and owl bits.
This is an old sketch I wanted to try to use with a technique I’ve been trying to transpose from real life drawing to virtual: Woof!
As before: updates will follow this week beneath the page break: Continue reading
From Cedar Sanderson’s blog comes a drawing challenge for InkTober with a delightful series of prompts. You can see the original at her blog. You can also follow her books on Amazon (I love her SF), and some more art here. This is supposed to be fun & recharge my batteries, I’ll be starting today with prompt #7. Feel free to join in! I’ll update every day (below the cut) with what I came up with.
This week’s prompts (Oct 7-13) are: harvest , lamppost, encourage, computer wizardry, kerfluffle, space, and woof. Updated: Lamppost, Encourage, computer wizardry, and space are beneath the cut.
Auntie Ione reminds you that the best thing you can do to prevent getting sick is to wash your filthy hands! Also, stop self-innoculating yourself with whatever is living & growing on every public surface (by all the people who do not wash up after using the toilet, or sneezing onto their hands) and then touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.