Tuesday, October 27, 2015


In the Moleskine sketchbook (I used all the pages in the last sketchbook and put it on the shelf with the other used ones).  Have a few pages in this sketchbook before it's filled.

Put an acorn (from a bowl) on the arm of the sofa and sketched it (had a deep shadow shape I liked).

The other is just an imaginary doodle that became a wooly worm (caterpillar)! ha ha

And this is inspiration from our recent Penguin Encounter at the Newport Aquarium.

This makes 12 sketches...need to do a few more to catch up to the date if I'm to have one each day done (or maybe I'm on a one every day schedule...yeah, that works!)

A mishmash of doodles...a caramel apple, a pumpkin, a faded flower, a feather, other whatnots.  If I count each one, I'm at 21 now! ha ha

Doodle number 22?  But still behind...


Deborah Nolan said...

Dear RHONDA- your doodles are wonderful. Especially loved the first one. I have done one each day in my sketchbook. Made myself draw from life (won't be sharing these) . Great exercise though for stretching my drawing muscles. So glad I read about Inktober on your blog. Have a super day.!

E.M. Corsa said...

I so love these Rhonda. And what a great way to hone your skills.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Debbie, just doodles and scribbles and such - I can't say they are even close to some of the Inktober sketches others are doing, but it's mine and I claim it :)

Thanks, Elizabeth :)