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star – inktober 2018 day 8

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metal gear solid 2 introduced the idea of having to deal with the enemy guards you’d incapacitated. You had to drag around the guards, hide them in alcoves, or stuff them in lockers so fellow guards wouldn’t stumble upon them and your presence wouldn’t be detected.

After using a wash in yesterday’s sketch, I decided to try it out here today. I’m digging the results.

And here’s the original sketch.

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drooling – inktober 2018 day 6

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Today’s inktober 2018 prompt, drooling.

If you’re not familiar with the Metal Gear video games, one of the ways you can bypass enemy guards is to drop magazines as a distraction, allowing Snake to sneak by undetected.

(I don’t remember any magazines in the original Metal Gear Solid, but the guards also had full face masks, but how would I show him drooling through his mask? So liberties have been taken. Liberties!)

(Also, you can catch a glimpse of one of the previous versions I did towards the bottom of the photo. You can also see a light drawing of another previous version with a close up of the guard still there on the wall.

 

inktober day 16 fat

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Almost caught up on my Sherlock Holmes Inktober inspired by  jake parker’s official inktober 2017 prompt list.

Today’s prompt: fat. I imagine Sherlock has come to the Diogenes Club to ask Mycroft for help and Mycroft is able to solve the problem without even glancing up from his newspaper.

previously on sherlock holmes inktober 2017