Here's another throwback post, this one from 11/03/15. If you want to follow along with #inktober 2016, check out my facebook page.
If you haven't heard of #inktober, it's a sort of voluntary contest where you challenge yourself to do one ink drawing each day for the entire month of October. I'd never heard of it before this year, but as soon as I did I knew I had to do it. Now, most of my full-color inked drawings take 4-12 hours to complete, so I decided to do more of a daily doodle than a full drawing. Here is a complete record of my #inktober drawings and doodles:
On the 31st I sat down and did a full drawing. Some of the others were done in cars or with cats on my lap, while watching TV or listening to podcasts, whenever the mood struck I would do a quick doodle. It was a lot of fun, and a good excuse to get out my pens every day. I hope you enjoy these little drawings. I know I enjoyed making them. Only 362 days till next #inktober...
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