Inktober and Drawlloween day 9- Eyeball
Today and the the next couple of days are probably only going to be small, quick ink drawings as I’ll be out and about with the bf for my birthday weekend (my actual birthday isn’t until Thursday but next weekend I’m busy at an art and crafts fair).
So here is a cute, little, squishy eyeball- cute probably isn’t the best word, but you know what I mean.
Drawn out with pencil first and then inked directly with brushes and acrylic ink in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 8- Zombie
I’m not the biggest fan of zombies, I’ve never really cared for them as a horror theme. I don’t mind some zombies- the ones in Resident Evil and Dead Rising for example but for the majority of the time I’m kind of meh about them.
I was stuck deciding on what I was going to draw for today but I scrolled through my inspiration/reference image folder and had this image of a lighthouse so I used that as a starting point, picked up my pencil and just went with it. Zombies stumbling towards a lighthouse because why not?
This is done with a Pilot V5 ink pen, water, black acrylic ink and a couple of Aquafine brushes on A5 250gsm paper.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 7- Haunted House
I have a weird love for old, creepy looking houses. As you can see, this one is occupied by friendly looking ghosts.
This is done with a Pilot V5 ink pen, water, black acrylic ink and a couple of small detail brushes on A5 250gsm paper.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 6- Pumpkin
I wanted to do a little bit of Over The Garden Wall fanart for today- I thought the topic Pumpkin seemed quite fitting.
As you can see, I watered down my black ink and built up the layers of colour.
I highly recommend OTGW and this month is a great time to watch it if you haven’t already.
This is done with acrylic ink, couple of brushes and a 0.3 Letraset fineliner in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 5- Werewolf
Went a little overboard with ink on this one but that’s okay.
This is done with acrylic ink, couple of brushes and a Pilot V5 ink pen in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 4- Vampire
For Vampire I had to draw the wonderful Lily Munster. I may make a series of The Munsters and Addams Family characters in this format, I’m quite fond of it.
This is done with black and white acrylic ink and a Pilot V5 ink pen in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 3- Goblin
The ink goblin lighting the way. This is not my usual style at all but I wanted to do something different.
This week’s Illustration Friday is also Ink so I wanted to specifically reference ink in an ink drawing. How many ‘inks’ can you get away with in a sentence?
This is done with black and white acrylic ink and a Pilot V5 ink pen.