Fifth Day #inktober 2015: Patrick & Son

Well, seeing somebody you care about off is never a good thing. At least not to me. I’m kinda emotionally drained, actually, and I’m not really in the mood for drawing anything today.


But a challenge is a challenge, and once you take it up you just don’t back off. So today I made one drawing of a friend, Patrick, and his baby son.


Patrick & Son

Not detailed at all, but I think it does look like him.


I hope he’ll like it.








~ by edwinlives4ever on October 5, 2015.

3 Responses to “Fifth Day #inktober 2015: Patrick & Son”

  1. They really look alike! 😄

  2. Beautiful drawing. I know about that drained feeling. I’m glad you did that drawing. It is good 🙂

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