Inktober for the Year

For those who don’t know, Inktober is an annual online art challenge where, for each day of October, artists create an ink drawing. I was able to do it in 2018 and managed to do it every day… which looking back, I can’t believe actually happened. I was too busy to get to it in 2019, so I was happy to see that for 2020 there was going to be a version of Inktober that lasted all year, and there would be one prompt per week to draw towards. I started with no real plan, but by the second week, I realized that, organically, I was illustrating animals using technology to solve problems common to their species. My goal for this project is to color and collect the drawings after the year has ended into an art book.

Below are my illustrations for January:

Week 1: FlightWeek 01

Week 2: ShadowWeek 02

Week 3: BrickWeek 03

Week 4: SnakeWeek 04

‘Bout Time I Started Using This Blog

So, I just wrapped up a major illustration project a couple days ago (and should be able to share the final artwork soon, once my awesome clients launch the products), so it’s about time I start research for my next…

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This one’s just for fun, so I’ll be able to share process shots and updates throughout the year, so stay tuned to join in the journey! I’ll be posting to this blog at least once a week, not just with project updates, but also breaking down some of my work processes, style choices, and work/life balance ideas