Inktober is New to Me, but I love the Idea!
Inktober. I had never heard of it before, but this year I stumbled upon a post from a friend on Instagram with the hashtags #inktober and #inktober2016. The image was a particularly wicked looking pumpkin drawn in ink and at that point I knew I would be joining in. So far, we’re only three days into October but I’m really excited to share my drawings with everyone.
I hope everyone enjoys their #Inktober and without further adieu, here are my illustrations! Look for daily updates as the month goes on!
Click the arrows below to see a brief description of each Inktober piece.
This is a character with a lean body, clawed hands and a pumpkin head appearing from a pool of black ink.
This character is an eerie girl figure with black hair and an unnatural, toothy grin and wide, blank eyes.
This character is the creepy, widely grinning moon from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
This is an image of three crows in various positions. I attempted to stick with a Halloween theme for most of it.
This is an image of a demonic skull with jagged teeth, horned cheek bones and an evil stare.
This is an image of a spoopy Kleenex ghost, a spider and a bat all hanging from the ceiling.
This is a high contrast image of a lovely young lady who's getting ready for Halloween.
This is an image of a cuddly teddy bear just in time for Halloween, just don't get too close.
This image is of the Boogie Man. Make sure to lock your windows at night or else he might get you.
This is an image of a Halloween Horn of Plenty. Thanksgiving is great, but Halloween is better!
This is an image of a Turkey who has gotten sick of Thanksgiving and is fighting back.
This is an image of a demonic Super Nintendo Entertainment System just in time for Halloween!
This is a simple dollar I've drawn and stylized ever so slightly. The Loon looks to be leased about it.
This is a detailed image of a Scarecrow hanging out in a field. He looks pretty happy.
Silly Symphony: The Skeleton Dance. I love this old animation so I made an Inktober drawing.
This is the Pokémon Koffing. I feel like he doesn't get enough love so I made him an Inktober entry.
Oogie Boogie from A Nightmare Before Christmas. I was practicing with watered down ink.
This little scene was inspired by artwork from The Nightmare Before Christmas. More practice with ink washes.
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