Posts Tagged '#dizzy'

Spiraling Dizzy

Inktober Day 19 Dizzy ink drawing spiral staircase by alecia goodman 2020 to present
“Inktober Day 19 Dizzy” ©2020 alecia goodman to present

Still behind, going to keep drawing and finish a bit into November. The weather has been wreaking havoc with pressure changes. Sadly I’ve been struggling with headaches and balancing my responsibilities. Maybe next year I can stay more on top of Inktober. Anyways, do you get dizzy with heights issues? #inktober2020 #Inktober #dizzy #drawing #ink #stairs #spiralstairs


Inktober 2019

Somehow I survived Inktober,  though a couple of pens and kneaded erasers didn’t make it.  Finished all 31 days, only had to go about a week into November. A concept and drawing a day is hard to keep  up. Well now that its done, which drawing was your absolute favorite and why? Please comment  with your favorite. Remember all drawings and prints of drawings are for sale,  just contact me for more information. #Inktober #Inktober2018 #wrap #ink #drawings #art


Barreling Through

Ink drawing of Dizzy Tornado by Alecia Goodman

“Inktober Day 24 Dizzy” ©2019 alecia goodman to present

Have you ever seen a tornado? Or at the least seen the Wizard of Oz. They can be both fascinating and frightening all at the same time.  I’ve seen many storms and am very thankful to have dodged them. One particular storm was possibly the largest I’ve seen. On April 26, 1991 I watched the Andover tornado, an F5, move across the horizon. Luckily it was miles away from my backyard. The twister left behind complete devastation and 21 people died that day. Most people who live in Tornado Alley have similar stories of dodging or surviving.

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