My second weekly round-up of pictures for Inktober – a month-long challenge involving the drawing of a pen and ink picture for each day of October. The Buddha, Vincent Price, Chewbacca and Charlie Watts all put in appearances this week!
Inktober 2019 has begun! A pen and ink picture a day throughout October. Here’s my first selection of drawings, taking in Yoda, roses, skeletons and Sinatra!
A selection of #Sketchulence from recent weeks, as I gear up for this year’s #Inktober challenge.
An interview with Kirsten Shiel – a phenomenal Dublin-based artist, art director and illustrator.
When was the moment your life changed? If you open your senses to them, moments of synchronicity can usher in profound change, or simply render the present moment magical.
An interview with Éilis McDonough – a fantastic artist operating out of lovely Portland, Oregon.
I am delighted to host an interview with Olivia Kemp – an artist who creates mesmerising, intricate worlds in pen and ink.
I am delighted to announce the launch of my debut Skeleton postcard collection: A set of three pictures of Mr Skeleton living his best #SkeleLife, available to buy right now!
Gentle reader, might I beg a moment of your time to help with an artistic mystery? I cannot figure out the artist or context of a 1943 sketch I bought at a flea market!
Nicola Budd is the excellent artist behind Howell Illustration, which “is all about pen and ink art, inspired by nature and slow, simple, sustainable living.” I am honoured to host this interview with Nicola about her art and her commitment to sustainability.