Inktober 2017

Inktober is here! For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s a month where artists across the globe challenge themselves in the art of using ink for there works. Anyone is able to participate in this challenge, be it if you’re a beginner or a pro, the most important thing is to just have fun and try to improve a type of skill.

Here are mine so far.

Inktober Update 

Hey everyone~

I stopped working on the challenge half way through the month because I started getting burned out. Though I did a lot more than last year, I am sure I won’t go the whole month this time around. 

Day 13This isn’t part of the inktober challenge, but I was asked to finish an art gift for my cousin.  Here are some pictures

Inktober Update 

Hello loves!

Here are days 10-12 with some sketches too   


Updated Inktober 

Day 7

Sketch I did on the same day:

Day 8 for Goretober and Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Day 9 with a doodle of Cat Noir from  Miraculous Ladybug

Inktober: Update

Hey lovelies~

I’ve been inspired to draw some cute stuff thanks to listening to plenty of Taylor Swift songs! 😘

Day 5
Day 6

Continued: Inktober

I’m going to do all the days this month! Ha 😘 

Day 3:  

Day 4:  

INKtober, Goretober, and Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Hi everyone!
I’m participating in a drawing challenge called INKtober, where artists around the globe put down their digital tools and practice their skills at using and creating ink style art using traditional methods. The best part: the challenge is loose and can be done every day or once a week, as long as you are getting out of your artistic comfort zone and practicing you’re good. 😀

While this month is INKtober, many artists are doing other challenges as well like Goretober, featuring gore, and others featuring art for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I plan on dipping my feet in both of these two things when I can to show my support and explore gore out of my comfort zone, ha.

Day 1 process pictures:   

Day 2 for INKtober, Goretober, and Domestic Violence Awareness Month: