#Inktober Day 31 – Mask

It’s the final day of Inktober!  So with the final prompt, a final ‘mask’ for you all.  I’m going to go and hide under a duvet for a bit.  See y’all tomorrow!

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16 thoughts on “#Inktober Day 31 – Mask

  1. stevekiddart says:

    Yeah, whilst I’ve enjoyed it I’m quite glad it’s over – it’s my first time and definitely my longest unbroken stint of consecutive days drawing.

    In your case however I fully expect daily updates so no slacking off ;o)

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    • PMu says:

      That’s good! Well done

      No slacking here sir! Come rain or shine I will be uploading a doodle a day.

      It’s been fun doing it because I now don’t throw things away if I don’t like them, I can’t afford to 🙂

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  2. sjvernon says:

    Nice… and good job on making it through! I fizzled out last year at the end, but I’ve managed to make it through this year too! Just need to post a final update on my blog later tonight with the last few from this week. You had a lot of good ones!

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  3. My Small Surrenders says:

    I immediately thought of the Plague masks when I saw this.
    It might be because I’m a bit of an Anglophile and recently watched some period dramas where the “Black Death” was supposed to have been at its worst.
    Good illustration to end with 😉

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    • PMu says:

      Thanks very much. I always loved learning about the Black Death and various other epidemics such as Typhoid and Cholera, partly because they have influenced so many of our superstitions and sayings in English, such as a pocket full of posies and the sweet smell of death, morbid but fascinating

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