#Inktober2018 is upon us! I’m rounding up all my latest #Inktober pictures via weekly blog posts. This first week’s post, takes in rabbits, fish and a rather determined phoenix.
My week in the world of monochromica. The #BlackAndWhiteChallenge: a black and white photograph a day for a week, depicting no people, (originally) shared with no explanation.
My final selection of pictures drawn for #Inktober – a month-long challenge to produce an ink picture every single day. I made it through! Viewers of a sensitive disposition be warned: Pink balaclavas are to be found herein… Sunday 29 October 2017 Decaying open-air coffeeshop pumpkin flower vases of our time. Based on a photo […]
Inktober – a month-long challenge to create an ink drawing every day throughout the month of October. This is my first ever time Inktober-ing – and this post is my fourth weekly round-up of pics! Absolutely anyone can Inktober. If you’ve not yet done so and fancy giving it a while, why not, eh? I’d […]
Fancy giving drawing a go, or getting back on the metaphorical drawing horse? Why not try #Inktober? I’m having a go at this 31-day exercise in producing a drawing a day as a way to “develop positive drawing habits”. You can, too! Here’s my third weekly round-up of #Inktober scrawlings. Now with added Force. Sunday […]
I’m giving #Inktober a go this year – a 31-day challenge created by one Jake Parker to help “develop positive drawing habits”. The idea is to produce one ink drawing a day throughout the month of October. This post collects my scrawlings since the first selection – entitled My #Inktober Symphony – which I posted […]
I thought I’d give #Inktober a go this year. I used to draw all the time when I was young. But I fell badly out of the habit a long time ago. This past year, I’ve been trying to get back into the drawing habit. “Anyone can do Inktober, just pick up a pen and […]