Inktober 2021 #24 – Extinct

There was only one memory that came to mind when I saw the word extinct. I was fortunate enough to see Jurassic Park in theaters when it first came out. I went with my mom, dad and brother. I was only about five years old but I remember how amazing it was to see on the big screen. I was blown away by the dinosaurs themselves, unbelievable. I also remember being really scared but excited when the raptors were in the kitchen hunting the kids. It was an awesome experience and I’m glad my parents let me go even though I was so young. It was such a rush. This must have been where my love for movies and theater first started. I still to this day feel that rush from watching a great movie in the theaters. When it’s done well, you feel like you are really there. Plus the lighting and the sound, I don’t know, it just gets me excited!! What about you?

I only have a few more sketches left for my Inktober project. I hope you have enjoyed my sketches so far. It’s really helped me a lot to do this project related to my dad and I know a lot of these were his favorite memories as well. Plus this will be a nice collection to go back and flip through when I need some help thinking of the good ol’ days with my dad.

Thanks for reading. Check back soon for the last few sketches!

Feel the rush, free spirits!

Published by Free Spirit Meg

Self taught mixed media artist inspired by animals & nature. Unique Totem Art available for prints, home decor, apparel, bags, accessories & more! I also create artwork to bring awareness and raise funds for animal rights and wildlife conservation.

2 thoughts on “Inktober 2021 #24 – Extinct

    1. I really appreciate that, thank you! I had some moments that were hard but overall it really helped me though the month. I think it really helped my mom too. I’m so glad you have enjoyed the stories! Nice to hear from you again!

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