Paper boats in a stream drowned all miseries.
Day 28 Inktober : Crispy
In the rains or when the weather is cold nothing is as comforting as a plate of hot crispy samosas with a cup of tea to warm the bones.
Day 27 Inktober : Spark
You can’t start a fire– Bruce Springsteen
You can’t start a fire without a spark
This gun’s for hire
Even if we’re just dancing in the dark.
Day 24 Inktober : Extinct
They got it wrong dear Pluto, don’t let them say mean things to you. So what if you are expelled from the solar system, you can never be extinct from our hearts.
Day 23 Inktober : Leak
Looking at a cracked egg in the carton, accidentally dropping an egg, or cracking an egg to make myself an omelette..for all those times I am sorry dear yolk.
Day 22 Inktober : Open
Open the door and let some fresh breeze in.
Day 21 Inktober : Fuzzy
A room full of soft fuzzy stuff like plush rugs, pompom throws, velvet pillows, sheer curtains with tassels, extra soft socks, woollen sweaters, and fuzzy bunny slip-ons. With warm and inviting colors like white, cream, pink, and brown to make the kind of room that I’d love to nuzzle in with a book and a fluffy cat.
Day 18 Inktober : Moon
She used the moon as her boat to sail through the darkness of the Milky Way.
Day 17 Inktober : Collide
This year fashion designers and well-known connoisseurs of fashion attend the most talked about event where fashion and fruits collide in the season of fall. Quite controversial, so what if this watermelon skirt by Vouis Buitton is a summer fruit? The fresh and bright red colors of watermelon will continue reminding us to keep things fresh and juicy all year long.
Day 16 Inktober : Compass
I found this drawing on Pinterest and was so attracted by it that I attempted to draw the same for the sixteenth day of Inktober. Even though not as good as the real image, I had fun sketching this one.
Link to original drawing and the blog is pretty amazing too: Shihori Obata