How did you all fair in the challenge? Were you also able to mark off Inktober Challenge Completed? I managed to work my way through and complete each day. I won’t say it was easy getting them done on time every day.
All this Inktober drawing has me excited! I decided I wanted to share my excitement with you all in the form of a giveaway. For those of you who have been following you Inktober drawings here is a chance to win your very own!
Inktober Day 9 was a bit chilly. Ice man, ice woman? Doesn’t matter – there is ice, ice is cold. That is all.
Monster hat swallowed Inktober Day 8, it was tasty. I’m not sure why the guy thought that it would make a good hat to begin with.
Inktober Day 6 was FRANKLY delightful to draw! My favorite part would have to be the lightning bolt cut out from his hair. That wouldn’t be difficult to style at all…
Inktober day 5 was a fun one to draw, I went, or attempted to go for a little eighties vibe. Could you tell?
Today is Inktober day 3! I drew a guy who adores his cat – even when his claws are digging into his shoulder! Wonder what spell the cat cast? – Probably for catnip!
Inktober Day 2 is already showing improvement over yesterdays class drawing!
I am so excited about Inktober Day 1! I have been needing a break from my normal routine.
For those that are not aware – October for many artists including myself means another Inktober is here. Inktober was started in 2009 by Jake Parker to help him develop better drawing skills and habits. Trust me when I say that every artist could use more of that!