Inktober 2018, Days 23-25

Well… life, work, and exhaustion ended my run for this year’s Inktober. I did manage three more days’ pieces, but I didn’t come close to meeting my goals. Anyway, here are my last three Inktober drawings for 2018.

Inktober 2018, Day 23 – Muddy

 

Inktober 2018, Day 24 – Chop

 

Inktober 2018, Day 25 – Prickly

Inktober 2018

Day 1 – Poisonous

It’s hard to believe that it is again time for Inktober and we’re already a third of the way into the October. This is my third Inktober and, unlike last year, I’m following the daily prompts.

Last year, I drew at least one panel per day of my story, Little. It was incredibly fun and challenging. And I finished a book!

Day 2 – Tranquility

This time around, I don’t yet have a story ready for artwork but, I’m taking the opportunity to practice drawing some of the characters, environments, and props that may make their way into my next project. So each day I’m using the daily prompt to inform what I’ll put my characters through.

Day 3 – Roasting

Unfortunately, the busiest time of the year at work coincides with Inktober so I’ve already given myself permission to skip a day here and there. After all, I do need to sleep.

If you would like to follow along, I’m posting each day’s artwork on my Instagram feed.

 

 

Inktober 2016: Catchup

As Inktober 2017 starts this year, I realized how behind I am on updating this site. Instead of tediously adding one post per remaining Inktober submission from last year, here is the final round up of the entire challenge.

I’ll post again soon to share what I’m working on for Inktober 2017 as well as what I worked on over the past year.

Inktober 2016

Inktober Day 14, “Tree”

Inktober Day 14, "Tree"

Inktober Day 14, “Tree”
Oct 14, 2016

Sleep and travel finally caught up with me and I missed two days of Inktober themes. Instead of trying to rush them out a few days late, I declared bankruptcy and continued on with the current day’s theme, “Tree”.

This was drawn in the back of a rental car on the way up to West Lafayette from Indianapolis for Purdue University homecoming weekend. Because of the bumpy ride, I opted for brush pens to help absorb the jitters.