Apparently in this episode (Season 4, Episode 10), Felicity is having second thoughts about Gus, because she gets a major crush on Arthur Pettibone (Mr. Pettibone’s son), who is a veterinarian. She is attracted to him because of all the things he knows, and how he is more refined than Gus. At one point, she told Gus that Arthur told her about “unicorns that live underwater”, (which are obviously narwhals, but maybe they didn’t have a name for them at that point.) Anyway, in the end, Felicity has to make a decision about the two boys, and she decides to stick with Gus. Felicity and Gus fit so good together, so I’m glad it worked out!
Here is my dog, Gimli, pictured with today’s Inktober!
I’ve been quite busy lately, making Halloween costumes, so I haven’t had a lot of extra time for Inktober. Because of this, some of my upcoming Inktobers might not be the greatest quality, but I’ll still try to get one posted each day.
Here is my summary for this episode, which is Season 4, Episode 7 of Road to Avonlea:
In this episode, Felicity and Gus’ relationship seems to be getting a little more serious. Felicity is also annoyed that she never gets any privacy. So, when her parents announce that they will be going to the White Sands Hotel for dinner, she quickly makes plans for all the children to be out of the house. On top of that, she invites Gus over for dinner, with him thinking everyone else will be there. They end up eating dinner alone together at Felicity’s house, but her parents come home early, and she gets in big trouble. In the end, Gus decides they should never do anything behind anyone’s back, and asks Felicity’s dad if they can officially date, and Alec says yes.
Description of flatlay:
Plate and Utensils = The Dinner
If you have any ideas of styles or fonts you would like me to try hand-lettering, let me know in the comments!
This episode is Season 4, Episode 6 of Road to Avonlea. Here is a quick episode summary I wrote:
A barn fire prompts the village of Avonlea to start their own volunteer fire department. Good times and struggles are had by all as they struggle to train the volunteer fireman, improve the fire department with makeshift and donated items, and quench burning pot roasts.
I used the words “The man for the job” because that phrase was used at least three times in this episode. This hand-lettering was pretty fun, especially since it involves negative space.
Description of flatlay:
Candles = fire
Matches = fire hazards
Do you have any ideas for future art challenges? Let me know in the comments below. Thanks, guys!