Here’s an Inktober 2016 bonus… Poor Marion! As Norman Bates said, “She might have fooled me, but she didn’t fool my mother.”
“…and He Who Walks Behind The Rows did say, ‘I will send outlanders amongst you: a man and a woman. And these outlanders will be unbelievers and profaners of the holy.’” — Isaac Well, here we go again! Inktober is upon us. While other online artists are attempting the “one drawing per day” challenge, I, …
For the final week of Inktober 2015, here’s the original Egyptian (w)rapper.
Here’s my illustration for Inktober: week three. It’s Dr. Jekyll’s alter ego – Mr. Hyde.
Here’s my second illustration for Inktober 2015. I don’t know his name, but his face rings a bell.
Well, here we go again! It’s officially October or, as it’s known in the online illustration world, Inktober! Every year, several illustration websites have presented the Inktober challenge. The challnge is to create an ink drawing everyday in the month of October. As I mentioned last year, when I participated for the first time, I …
Dr. Griffith discovered the secret… and it made him crazy. This is my final illustration for #inktober.
Here we are at Week Three of the Inktober Challenge. I think the guy from Week One needs a mate. #inktober
Here we are at week two of the Inktober challenge, and my second entry in the “monster” theme – Dracula. #inktober
An artist named Jake Parker started this challenge called “Inktober.” The challenge is to do 31 ink drawings – one per day – for the entire month of October. Or, if you’re not as ambitious (or lazy, like me) you can do one per week. I chose that route. So, every week in October, I …