It wasn't easy to keep up, even with only a drawing a week... lack of time. A lot of frustration. I prefer quality over quantity, that's why I sticked to drawing less but taking my time and choosing characters I love. It's not a challenge I can do on a daily basis. However, this allowed me to know my limits better and to go back to black and white ink work, which I love but haven't done in a loooong tiiiime. I'll keep that sketchbook for characters done in black and white.
Ps: I finished my Dr Strange piece, will post it soon and I have another drawing I did between two INKtober drawings. After that I'll slow down and take a little break because I have tons of work and am exhausted. Don't unfollow! 😕
Thanks all for your support and kind words
I was a wonderful experience!
Regardless of the Sherlock aspect, what a beautiful place!
The sound of the furious water, the height, the cliff, the trees and rocks, beathing pure and cold air... Wild and inspiring nature. Truely impressive!
I understand why Conan Doyle chose this place. Incredible how literature and fictional characters meet with reality. I almost had to remind myslef it's not true, "just a fiction".
I'll create a folder with the photos I'd lake to post here. If you want to share them (on other social media or wherever), please ask before and give me credit, it's simple!
Don't hesitate to tell me what you think of them!