Client: Glitschka Studios
Drawing is like any other skill, the more you do it, the better you'll get. And if you can make the process enjoyable, then you'll be able to sustain it as well.
That's why for my Inktober drawings I just picked topics and themes I thought would be fun. I didn't bother following any so-called rules. I was going to do one drawing per day, but once I started, I couldn't stop and ended up doing 78 drawings total. It was a lot of fun.
Inktober Creative Process
All of my Inktober drawings shown above start with a rough pencil sketch, I then ink the line work using a Japanese brush pen. Then I erase any pencil lines and do wash detailing with gray Copic marker colors C2-C5. This video documents this process.
'Perch' Inktober Drawing
'Triclops' Inktober Drawing