Inktober – Day 23 – Rip

I noticed that some of the folk at #Inktober 2020 were interpreting today’s prompt word of RIP as R.I.P. or Rest in Peace. ‘Bit gloomy!’ I thought. I was more literal and went for the ‘Tear’ interpretation. Partly because I thought that was the right thing to do, but also because I thought it would be quick and easy. A simple tear in a piece of paper through which can be seen a drawing I completed for an earlier day of the Inktober 2020 challenge. Mrs P suggested a ‘Rip in the space-time continuum’ as a title, so I thought I would hark back to my drawing of the space launch on day 9 (THROW). Easy. Or, so I thought.

It is seriously difficult drawing a hole. The shading was a right… careful now, children may be reading… erm… pig. Is pig ok? Not too offensive? It’s certainly less offensive than some of the expletives I used when I was drawing. I shouldn’t complain though, It taught me some tricks and a bit more about layers.

Here I proudly present my rendition of a hole…

A rip in the space-time continuum

Tomorrow’s prompt word is DIG. I can feel another hole coming on. See you then.

Once again, I’ve included a Link to the instagram #Inktober2020rip page with thousands more submissions by people around the world who are also taking part in Inktober.

Also included is a link to my Instagram page where you can see all my 22 submissions so far.

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