For this week’s episode I thought I’d put together a Pandemic Playlist for those of us in lockdown, while sharing some thoughts. Enjoy and #StaySafe #SafeHands The Logfile with Dayo Ntwari Ep.008 Pandemic Playlist
In this week’s episode I talk about the lessons #Rwanda should draw from the COVID-19 pandemic. How will we even get through the next one? #Covid19 The Logfile with Dayo Ntwari Ep.007 Post-Corona: The Next Pandemic
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Taking advantage of the holidays to get some writing and sketching done. Going back to the #anatomydrawing theme list I used for #Inktober2019, but doing it one subject per week, not per day. So, all the drawings I do this week will be #Lips. This is in all black #ballpointpen on A4 copy paper. Please follow me on Instagram @DayoNtwari for more sketches and my Patreon for my writing. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! #ballpointpenart #ballpoint #drawing #penart #sketching #sketch #sketchdaily #crosshatching.
DID IT!! Finished my very first #Inktober! My, what an adventure it’s been! Learned a lot! Rediscovered my love for #drawing! It wasn’t always easy to find the time for this challenge. The last two drawings were late again. I plan to do at least 2 drawings per week, going forward. Perhaps even do some A3-sized drawings, if not switch to A3 entirely. Meanwhile, check out my Patreon or Instagram for my 31 #Inktober2019 drawings, each done in black ballpoint…
Today is Day 18 of the #Inktober2019 challenge, which means we’ve passed the midway point now. It’s been an exhilarating journey so far. It’s so much fun to be drawing (almost) every single day again. I have stuck to using only a black ballpoint pen for these drawings, and it’s really helped me rediscover the joys of ballpoint pen art. As I said in my previous blog post, I have been following an Anatomy Theme list for this year’s challenge,…
This year, I’ve decided for the first time to participate in the 31-day #Inktober challenge. I found an anatomy theme list on the Internet. This fits perfectly with my goal to get better at drawing the human form. So, everyday for this month I will be posting my Inktober sketch for the day on my Patreon. Day 1 starts off with “Eyes”, and here is my very first #Inktober2019 piece! I used a black ballpoint pen.
I have started posting my short-stories to my Patreon page. Devil’s Village Nomansland Mother’s Love Omoshango The plan is every Friday I will post a flash fiction piece to my Patreon page, so if you would like to read them, please follow me on Patreon. Also, every Sunday I post a new sketch under the #SundaySketch hashtag. #SundaySketch 1 #SundaySketch 2 #SundaySketch 3 #SundaySketch 4
In 2015 I wrote a short story called “Mother’s Love“, which was longlisted for the Short Story Day Africa Prize. Tomorrow, Friday 21st July 2017, Mother’s Love will appear as a reprint in issue 18 of the Manchester Review, a special issue titled 21 Today: African Speculative Fiction. This special issue is edited by none other than Geoff Ryman, and it brings some much deserved attention to the rise of African Speculative Fiction over the recent years. Feast your eyes…
There’s a picture I saw today of former astronaut Anna Lee Fisher, and also a picture of a Surma man. Suddenly, I got the idea to fire up The Gimp to replace Fisher’s face with that of a Surma girl and have the new Surma astronaut overlook the Horsehead Nebula. Here are the results: Save Save Save