INKTOBER 2018 – DAYS 20 TO 26

by | Last updated Oct 26, 2018 | Published on Oct 26, 2018 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Traditional

Inktober 2018, Traditional Drawings from days 20 to 26 of Videogame Characters, lilSOPHIE Inspirational Models and Ink Sketching, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

DAYS 20 TO 26

” THIS IS WHY I LOVE THE SKETCHING PHASE; YOU’RE SO CAREFREE AND NOT WORRIED ABOUT MAKING MISTAKES, THAT YOU END UP CREATING REALLY SEXY LINES AND SHAPES.

Ink Sketching, lilSOPHIE Inktober 2018 Ink Drawings, with Transgender Artist, Sophie Lawson

” EMBRACE THE GLORIOUS MESS THAT YOU ARE.

– Elizabeth Gilbert

COMMENTS

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

RELATED BLOG POSTS

SIX DAYS OF PAINTING NATURE IN WATERCOLOUR: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 19 TO 24

Painting is: Fantastic, Freeing, but Freezing when you’re outside.

THE DIGITAL DREAM WEEK SIX

I Need To Buy Some More Sketchbooks!

SIX DAYS OF PAINTING lilSOPHIE IN WATERCOLOUR: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 25 TO 30

Painting is: Something that makes me Smile, Something that makes me Feel Free, Something that I want to do more of in the Future.

THE DIGITAL DREAM WEEK SEVEN

I Need To Make A Decision

THE DIGITAL DREAM

A 75 day challenge of Studying, Practicing and Documenting, the process of Learning Digital Painting

SIX DAYS OF PAINTING ROBINS: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 13 TO 18

Painting is: Rewarding, Uplifting and Still Messy :)

THE DIGITAL DREAM WEEK FIVE

I Need To Refocus!

INKTOBER 2018 – DAYS 27 TO 31

I talk about Days 27 to 31 of Inktober 2018, where I Inked Seven Anime Characters, turned Seven Videogame Characters into lilSOPHIE’s and realised I maybe Sacrificed too many Important tings, aka, I need a rest :) … also includes an Inktober 2018 YouTube Video :)

SIX DAYS OF ABSTRACT PAINTING: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 1 TO 6

Painting is: Liberating, Messy, Fun and Full of Happy Little Accidents :)

FIND ME ONLINE

 

     

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”

Thomas Merton