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Inktober 2016: day one
Inktober 2016: day two. Theme for the first week: real objects around me. First ones to make it to paper, my Grado SR60.
Inktober 2016: day three. For day three, I drew an old Sunbeam Twenty Six film camera I found at an estate sale.
Inktober 2016: day four. A vintage bulldog clip, found at the same estate sale as the Sunbeam camera.
Inktober 2016: day five. A pencil sharpener.
Inktober 2016: day six. An old 3 ½" floppy disk.
Inktober 2016: day seven. The main part of my iPad charger.
Inktober 2016: day eight. The interchangeable connector of my iPad charger.
Inktober 2016: day nine. A small owl candle.
Inktober 2016: day ten. A vintage, globe shaped, pencil sharpener/desk ornament. 
Inktober 2016: day eleven. My wife's grand-father's vintage Kodak Retina camera.
Inktober 2016: day twelve. My oil storm lamp.
Inktober 2016: day thirteen. My Polaroid Autofocus 660 camera.
Inktober 2016: day fourteen. My Polaroid Supercolor 1000 camera.
Inktober 2016: day fifteen. An old mini-tripod for point and shoot digital cameras.
Inktober 2016: day sixteen. My ceramics oil lamp.
Inktober 2016: day seventeen. Oscar, my plastic skull.
Inktober 2016: day eighteen. A pair of pliers.
Inktober 2016: day nineteen. A Philips screw bit. 
Inktober 2016: day twenty. A lighter.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-one. A binder clip.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-two. A retractable roll measure.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-three. A used Earl Grey tea bag, resting in a jar lid.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-four. The removable wheel of a plastic storage bin.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-five. The container for my 0.9 mm  mechanical pencil leads.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-six. A tube of cream.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-seven. A close-up shot of a head-mounted lamp.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-eight. One of these connectors doubling headphone plugs.
Inktober 2016: day twenty-nine. An old webcam.
Inktober 2016: day thirty. A USB connector.
Inktober 2016: day thirty-one. A little jar of black ink.