My writing buddies at GSFWC wrote a prompt list for Inktober, to be used as inspiration for drawings, writings or whatever creative itch they set a-tingling in one’s skin.
I started off in a fairly impulsive, tongue in cheek direction, but things evolved into a bigger narrative (still with tongue firmly in cheek)
Drawing’s clearly not a strength of mine, but I do enjoy trying to communicate visually, and hopefully I’ve managed on some level!
Special thanks to Jenni Coutts for her work on the prompt list. Check out her own (far FAR superior!) drawings from the prompts on her twitter here.
Brian M Milton’s also responded to the prompts with microfictions that pack a big narrative punch in a tiny wee word count and vary in tone from slapstick horror to Teletubbies. You can read them all neatly collected on his blog here.