Inktober 2021

And just like that, the month is almost over, and so is Inktober! This year, based on the prompts, I drew one horror-themed drawing every single day. It was, as expected, difficult to slough through the end, but I managed to finish. 

Over the years, I had watched artists join the challenge, while I remained on the sidelines. I had tried – and failed- numerous daily art challenges, so I was a little wary of trying out the 2020 Inktober challenge. But. I. Loved. It. I drew Pennywise; I drew skulls. I drew voodoo dolls; I drew rats. I drew sleep paralysis demons; I drew Frankenstein. I drew constantly, and I drew every day.

Similar to last year, I went for all things spooky and macabre – blood and monsters galore – so viewer beware. 👻👹💀


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15 thoughts on “Inktober 2021

  1. I absolutely love your drawings! I especially love how you added color. Keep up the amazing work. I can’t wait to see the rest of your drawings this month. I’m super bummed that I didn’t do Inktober this year, but there is always next year. 🙂

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    1. Hello! Thank you so much (Ah I debated not using color, since it seemed less ‘inky’, but it’s been more fun that way.) Wow, your art is really good. I’d love to see your Inktober if you participate next year!

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    1. Aw, Robert! That is really kind of you. Really. The last few days of a project are always harder to slough through, motivationally, but this helped! I’m going to share the rest. Thank you 🙂

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