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Weekly InkTober Inspiration

Our first Inktober entries have arrived! 

Don’t forget to send in your favorite Inktober creation of the week so we can post it next Sunday!

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Paula Schroeder created this traditional sumi ink piece

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Ferrari of Art Central created this fun lettering work with FW ink

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William of Art Central used Microns and markers to draw this grump

Lets make this Inktober GREAT!!!
Send in those images!!!

 

Comments on: "Weekly InkTober Inspiration" (3)

  1. Just got your Inktober entry email . The portrait was done with Microns – what does that mean in terms of the piece of art and how it was done?:>) P

    • Hi,

      The process I used to create that little portrait was to do a quick under drawing in pencil (figuring out my composition and anatomy,) then I went over that drawing with a black micron (to emphasis the shapes and shadows,) then I used some different markers (alcohol and water based) that we had hanging around to give it some color. The whole thing was done on a heavyweight drawing paper.

      Hope that helps!

      William

  2. barbararosenthal said:

    From the Quarry Trail, MBSP by Barbara Rosenthal Using Tambo water soluble brush pen, waterbrush and micron pen on Epsilon pad, Stillman andBirn.

    RosenthalArt.com

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