#InkTober Weeks 4-3

I did a really bad job keeping up on the last two weeks of InkTober. I also forgot to post them. So here they are. I missed a few days.

I was just doodling to occupy myself.

 

More doodles with some typography.

 

This was my terrible attempt at Jessica Jones from Marvel. I’ll make a better sketch of her someday… one that does her character justice.

This is a very creepy halloween decoration that my neighbor puts out every year. Read the whole post

InkTober 2016: Week 1

I do not have a craft to post today, because this past week was the first week of InkTober!

Take the #inktober challenge

InkTober is a drawing challenge that was initiated by an artist that wanted to get better at drawing with ink. He dedicated time every day for the month of October to improve that skill. That challenge is accepted by artist everywhere, including myself, from Oct 1-31st.

I’d love it if you would join us! Artists are sharing on all social media platforms using the hashtag #inktober or #inktober2016. Read the whole post

#Inktober Drawings: Weeks 4-5

This is the last week of inktober drawings. I’m sad. I know I can keep going, but it just isn’t the same. The community that’s grown out of the inktober challenge is so wonderful and I’m going to miss it.

If you’ve been viewing, liking, commenting or sharing my work, thank you very much. 

If you’ve been participating, thank you for sharing your work and inspiring me!

Happy Halloween, all!

 halloween bat inktober drawing 

abstract leaf drawing inktober

abstract swirl drawing inktober

american beer day drawing inktober

crow in tree inktober sketch

high heels drawing inktober

hoverboard bttf inktober drawing

street lamp post inktober drawing

zentangle doodle inktober

zentangle drawing inktober

angry jack-o-lantern drawing Read the whole post

#inktober Drawings: Weeks 1-2

It’s that time of year again… #inktober!!!!!

You can’t tell I’m excited, can you?

If you’ve never heard of inktober, you should read about it, but I’ll give you a quick overview. Every year, for the month of October, artist, and non-artists, practice their ink skills by creating one ink drawing a day for each day in October. You can share it with the rest of us, or not, but we would love to see it! Read the whole post

#inktober Drawings: Round 4

I didn’t get to the draw my last #inktober drawing, sadly. But here are the last 3 in the series.

There was some great artwork that came out of this year’s Inktober challenge so I highly encourage you to check it out. Get on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or wherever you like to hang out and search for the #inktober hashtag. I’m sure you’ll get some great results!

If you want to see the rest of my drawings for the month, check out round 1, round 2 and round 3. Read the whole post

Take the #inktober Drawing Challenge!

Take the #inktober challenge

So, I know I’m getting a bit of a late start here, but it’s October, which means that it’s time for #inktober. And I want you to participate.

What is #inktober?

#inktober is a challenge that artists (and non-artists) all over the world take to improve their ink drawing habits. All you have to do is pick up a pen and draw something once a day, every other day or once a week.

You don’t have to be an artist. Read the whole post

#inktober Drawings: Round 2

This is my 2nd round of drawings for #inktober. The first week, I was catching up on the drawings I missed in the first week of October, although, I still haven’t completely caught up yet. Each of these were inspired by things I’ve seen or thought about throughout the week.

Let me know if you think of any good subjects for me to draw. I still have about 2 weeks left before the challenge is over. Read the whole post