If you look closely, without damaging your eyeballs, then you can see the keywords in the drawing.
Somehow the story continues so that the guy has now hitched a ride on a drifting cloud. Hikaru is leading a marching band. This drawing is a bit more random since the focus was to illustrate particular keywords from the Inktober 2016 initiative by the awesome Jake Parker: mrjakeparker.com/inktober
The Inktober 2016 words were:
Fast, noisy, collect, hungry, sad, hidden, lost, rock, broken, jump, transport, worried, scared, tree, relax, wet, battle, escape, flight, squeeze, big, little, slow, one dozen, tired, box, creepy, burn, surprise, wreck, friend.
The guy on the cloud is one key character as is the fluffy Hikaru character who just seems to turn up doing different jobs in each scene. I’m sure he’ll eventually find his place!
Check out the awful manga eyes and the dude’s spaghetti arms. Quality.
I mentioned a while ago a going toast drawing got selected for a colouring book, so I was pleased when the post from Miami finally arrived. No, it wasn’t a bag of sunshine and a palm tree, just a colouring book. But, oh, what a colouring book! Lot’s of great drawings from talented doodlers.
The book has been created at Doodlers Anonymous.
My daughter had a go at colouring it in already. I think she’ll finish it off when she steals it again.