For today, I tried to emulate some of the digital art of Renaud Roche by drawing with ink in negative space… and failed pretty miserably. So go check out his amazing work, and forget you ever saw this doodle.
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For the 12th day of Inktober, this doodle I give to thee… A corn warrior inspired by the artist Artemii Myasnikov. Check out his amazing instagram for food fighting heroes, awesome mechs, and much more!
Today’s Inktober inspiration is Erin Hunting, children’s book illustrator extraordianare and Copic Marker ninja.
This doodle is ol’ grumpy cat trying to delete all the memes of himself from the internet.
For the 10th day of Inktober (1/3 of the way there!) I choose to feature artist Cristian Ortiz and his Bird King character. He’s doing the chicken dance. I’?m not sure how to describe his stark and minimalist linework, but I really like it.
This was the first doodle this year that I didn’t draw with my brush pen as I wanted to stay true to the fine and consistent linework. It was drawn exclusively with a Sakura Pigma Micron 01 pen. I’ll probably post something about all the tools I used in at the end of the month.
Today’s Inktober doodle is inspired by Chrissie Zullo. She has an adorable and infectious style that has been featured on comic covers and collectible toys.
My attempt to emulate falls very short.
Today I bring you the cute Carrot from David Revoy‘s online comic Pepper & Carrot. He not only produces this comic open source, but is also a huge part in the development of open source art tools like Krita. His videos, instructions, and blog posts are a treasure to aspiring artists all over the world!
Today’s Inktober doodle is done in the style of Darren Calvert. He has a crisp style and mad skills with Copic markers, but my favorite pieces are the ones he does each year for “March of Robots”. This robo-dachshund was specifically developed for planting on his rump and begging.
Day six of Inktober is inspired by the extraordinary Robb Mommaerts. His illustration style captures massive amounts of character and whimsy, you should check him out immediately.
His Inktober posts so far this year have been these amazing fullpage pieces.
Day five of Inktober is inspired by the incredible Dan Hipp! I’ve actually done quite a few drawings over the years and I’m a big fan.
He recently did a few recreations of famous Marvel comic covers, which are amazing and I hope he continues.