On the last day of Inktober, a man examines one of the numerous masks to wear. Maybe to hide his identity and go after the crooks who wronged him. Maybe it’s for a Halloween costume. The one in his hands would draw attention, he thought. Based on a movie review discussion to a podcast I used to listen to.
Mario found a Moon piece and collected it. Based on his latest adventures in Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch. I recently bought the system over the weekend and am loving it so far. I like how I can take it anywhere I go, from the big screen TV in my living room in console mode, to the study room in handheld mode. I know there have been other game systems with a similar feature before (e.g. PSVita and the Wii U, which I still haven’t owned as of this posting). Nevertheless, it is the first system I owned with this feature.
People from different backgrounds, cultures, and preferences are united together in this group image. Inspired by Norman Rockwell’s group pictures (specifically “The Right To Know”), this was my attempt at drawing a diverse group of people. However, like the one with Day 24’s “Blind” (aka the Daredevil one), this was another drawing that took all day to do. I might color this some time after Inktober’s finished.
A woman falls, while a superhero flies up to catch her. I kept it quick and simple on this one.
Ultimate Spider-man, Mile Morales, climbs into Inktober.
You ever had shoes that over time, they start to make squeaky noises? This ninja considers getting new shoes to replace his old ones. Thought I try and experiment writing in Japanese for this one. Even based it on the tategaki style, where they’re read down each column, right to left.
A familiar mouse steers a ship in the classic cartoon, Steamboat Willie.