My third weekly #Inktober2019 round-up featuring Freddie Mercury, Mr Skeleton and a spider monkey!
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.
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!
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.
It is my honour to share this excellent guest post from Helen Reynolds (aka @HelReynolds on Twitter), marking the occasion of her tenth Twitterversary by looking at ten ways Twitter has changed her in ten years.
#Inktober2018 is over. I have absolutely loved it! Duncan Hannah. Here’s my fifth and final set of #Inktober doodlings, featuring John Lennon, shadows, a bigshot pigeon and a 60s mod girl.
My fourth weekly #Inktober2018 round-up features Alice Cooper and some pumpkins… plus bonus Marvin Gaye and Doctor Who!