Inktober is a challenge where you draw something everyday for the entire month of October. Originally the challenge is supposed to be done with ink (pencil undersketch allowed), but these days any medium is generally accepted.
I'll be using inks for this year's Inktober, and I'm following the official prompts for consistency.
Day 18: Moon
Simple pen drawing with no undersketch. Midterms are rolling around so I'm prioritizing those more.
Day 17: Collide
Decided to do an unplanned doodle for this one.
Day 16: Compass
The composition I initially had in mind for this was quite complicated, so I decided to do a simple 3-panel comic instead. It's been quite a while since I did some sequential art.
Day 15: Helmet
Wasn't particularly inspired by this prompt. Oh well. Moving on.
Day 14: Tick
After the perspective fiasco from Day 13, I decided to cut it back by 11 and did a simple doodle.
Also had no idea what to do for this prompt.
Day 13: Roof
This got way too out of hand. I intended it to be a pretty simple composition, but then I underestimated the perspective I chose to do for this piece.
A reminder to myself to make simpler compositions for Inktober, thank you.
Day 12: Stuck
Funnily enough, I had to make up for this entry because I got unbelievably stuck in one of our programming assignments and stayed up late to finish it. Fantastic.
Day 11: Sour
Day 10: Pick
Day 9: Pressure
Drew one of those old-fashioned pressurized diving suits.
Day 8: Watch
Basic still life of some of the wristwatches that I own.
Day 7: Fan
Day 6: Spirit
The character Death from Gregory Horror Show.
Day 5: Raven
Tower of London's 'queen' raven.
Day 4: Knot
Day 3: Vessel
The day which Endurance, a ship that went on an expedition to Antarctica in 1914, got trapped between two converging ice floes. The crew was forced to abandon ship.
Day 2: Suit
A space suit.
Day 1: Crystal
A big crystal golem fella I guess.