Inktober 2018 – Drain

Of course I had to do “It” for drain. Sorry the image looks a little wonky. I couldn’t scan my sketch so I had to take a picture with my phone so it’s a little distorted!

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#52 – “Who is that trip-trapping upon my bridge?”

 

Pennywise

5/1/18, Megtography #52 – “Who is that trip-trapping upon my bridge?” – My son was pretending to be a monster under the bridge when we were at the park. I decided to turn him into Pennywise using Photoshop. I’m still learning my way around the program and I had a lot of fun making this.

Inspired by Stephen King’s “IT”

#11 – I Finished “IT”

IT book

3/21/18, Megtography #11 – I Finished “IT” – and IT was amazing! This 1151 page monster, no pun intended, gave me quite the ride. I had literal goosebumps at some parts. I was lost in this book. It was like I needed to defeat/complete IT just so I could walk away from the hypnotic control the book had over me. I have conquered IT!

Inktober 2017 #1 

I’ve been obsessed with “IT” since the new movie came out. The original was always one of my favorites so I was ecstatic when I heard they were doing a remake. It was fantastic! I bought the book and started reading it yesterday. Wow…just wow. It just keeps getting creepier! 

“You’ll float too.”

I’m excited to finally begin this year’s “Inktober” challenge of drawing a sketch-a-day in ink. For my first sketch, I decided to do a clown inspired by “IT”. 

Inktober Sketch #1

It also has another meaning that ties in personally. “We all have our demons” is written on the mask. It’s true. We all have it burrowing inside us. The what-if’s and worries. The do’s and dont’s. The heartaches and hauntings of our past. Sometimes it takes all our energy to keep the demons at bay. Other times, it is still not enough and they break free. We can no longer put that fake smile on and the monster comes creeping out, ready to attack. It seems like a horror novel but it is all too real. 

Keep yourself balanced and don’t let your fear feed the demons for they will only grow stronger.

Until next time,

“I’m every nightmare you’ve ever had. I am your worst dream come true! I am everything you ever were afraid of!”