INKTOBER 2018 – DAYS 6 TO 12

by | Last updated Oct 26, 2018 | Published on Oct 12, 2018 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Traditional

Inktober 2018, Traditional Drawings from days 6 to 12 of Final Fantasy XIII Characters and lilSOPHIE, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

DAYS 6 TO 12

” SO THIS MISTAKE SORT OF TURNED OUT TO BE A GOOD THING, WHICH I GUESS IS WHAT LEARNING’S ALL ABOUT :)

” INKING ISN’T THE SAME AS SKETCHING: YOU’RE NOT TRYING TO FIND THE RIGHT LINE, YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO HAVE FOUND IT ALREADY.

– Sarah Dayan

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