If you follow me on social media, you may already know that I like to participate in Inktober every year. If you don’t know about Inktober, essentially it’s a drawing-a-day project meant to just keep you drawing. There’s not really any official rules to it, but some people come up with themes or prompts for things to draw each day. Personally, I just commit to ink, and draw whatever happens to come into my mind.
This year I’m going to be highlighting some of my favorites. I think I actually spent more time working on these Inktober drawings than I have in the past; generally I’ve done just doodles in the past, but this year I took my time and even scanned almost every work after I finished it so I could clean it up and post it up. Want to see all of my drawings? Check out Inktober 2018 on my Tumblr.
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#inktober day 13. An inky sketch I did from this season's opening of #americanhorrorstory⠀ #traditionalart #kids #children #creepy #ahs #ahsapocalypse #ink #penandink #blackandwhite #artistsonig #inktober2018 #inktoberday13 #crosshatching #apocalypse #darkart #darkartists #mushroomcloud #fallout