Inktober Day 26: Cooler Than Cotton

My interpretation for the 26th word of my Tritober prompt list for Inktober 2018, ‘Cotton’. A cartoon drawing of a sheep with a stem of cotton in it’s mouth, and a cotton-top monkey.

Yes… as promised, I’ve played it safe today with something more familiar and simple. This is a fun WYSIWYG drawing that includes a few cotton related devices to match the prompt, two of which are animals (A Sheep [Left] relating to wool which is close to cotton, and a species of monkey known as a “Cotton-Top Tamarin” [Right]) the third device is an actual cotton plant stem in the sheep’s mouth.

Day 26 Cotton Cooler than Cotton

Cooler than Cotton: Damn right.

…So why did I name this piece “Cooler than Cotton”? Because of the way the animals are of course… they’re just cool and casual, and why not, hm? 😉

I did the above entry using a single Faber Castell PITT black brush pen. On an added note, apart from the standard hatched inking, I used another technique here in parts known as “stippling”. For those that don’t know, stippling just means shading using dots. I wanted a more softer tone in this image, so I used that technique to try and achieve that… What do you think of it?

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That’s all for now, feel free to look around for Tritober Day 27 “Blaster”. Stay inspired and stay tuned everyone!

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