INKTOBER 2018 – 31 DAYS, 31 DRAWINGS

by | Last updated Sep 29, 2018 | Published on Sep 28, 2018 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Digital, Traditional

Inktober 2018, 31 days of Inking 31 Traditional and Digital Drawings of lilSOPHIE cosplaying Videogame Characters, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

” THE ONLY TWO RULES I HAVE FOR INKTOBER ARE:

1. HAVE FUN
2. DO MY BEST

Inktober 2018 Sketches, 31 days of Inking 31 Traditional and Digital Drawings of lilSOPHIE cosplaying Videogame Characters, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

” AN ART CHALLENGE IS ALL ABOUT FINDING THE BALANCE BETWEEN SOMETHING THAT’S DIFFICULT BUT DOABLE, CHALLENGING BUT FUN.

Inktober 2018 Art Tools, 31 days of Inking 31 Traditional and Digital Drawings of lilSOPHIE cosplaying Videogame Characters, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

” INKTOBER IS ABOUT GROWING AND IMPROVING AND FORMING POSITIVE HABITS.

– Jake Parker

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