Overview of my inktober posts for this year. Details for each individual drawing/post can be found on my Instagram and Tumblr.
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Catch up post of my Inktober pieces for this year. Descriptions and information about each piece can be found on my individual Tumblr posts here.
[Note– I completely forgot to post this last Inktober update on this blog- it was posted in October on other various social media/blogs]
Inktober and Drawlloween days 30 and 31– Spider, Dragon
My last two Inktober drawings for this year.
Both pieces are inked with a Letraset fineliner, Daler Rowney acrylic ink and a water spray bottle in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 28- Scarecrow
A scratchy, inky scarecrow scene for today’s drawing.
This piece is inked with Pilot V5 ink fineliner, Daler Rowney acrylic ink and small detail brushes in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 28- Black Cat.
A little black cat and friendly spider silhouette for today’s drawing. I’m really liking watering down and layering ink recently.
Uni Pin pigment ink liners and Daler Rowney acrylic inks in my A6 sketchbook
Inktober and Drawlloween day 27– Witch
Witch Hazel and Kiki (and Jiji of course) riding their broomsticks by each other. I couldn’t decide on which character to draw so I ended up drawing both of them together.
I’m not sure if I’m happy with the sea in this piece- I started using an India ink brush pen and then realised that it didn’t really give the effect that I wanted. I did scan in the line art before adding the ink so I may create another piece with it, maybe something mixed media next time.
The landscape below was done entirely with different layers of ink and a tiny brush.
Uni Pin pigment ink liner, Faber Castell grey brush pen, Daler Rowney acrylic inks on A5 250 gsm paper.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 26– Rat
Another small drawing, I decided to draw a rat silhouette on one of the small ink cards I created a couple of months ago. I have three left to decide what to do with.
You can still see some of my pencil lines as this type of card did not agree with the eraser that I have.
This piece is inked with Daler Rowney acrylic ink, brushes and a Uni Pin pigment ink liner.