This was my third Inktober and I wasn’t able to participate every single day this time, but I’m still pretty happy with ideas I came up with that I can develop into finished work. See my entries from the last two years below (the links will take you to my old blog)
Here’s a free line drawing to print out and color in for Halloween! Just click on the picture to save it at its full 8.5×11″ size. If you color it in, show me what you did and I’ll share it on this post. Happy Halloween!
How many ways can you gaze into the future? Nearly everyone has tried anthomancy at least once, but what about lecanomancy, oomancy, ailuromancy, or if you can afford it, margaritomancy? The future really is everywhere you look.
These are very small details from the latest surface design pattern I’m working on. It’s the first in a series about microscopic images that I’m hoping to develop further. More on this later, when I’ve decided which colorways to use (probably all of them!)
Who doesn’t remember their first touch of gray? I was 26, on a bathroom break at work, when I saw mine. I told my salt and pepper haired boss, who groaned theatrically and said “It’s all downhill from there.”
Surface pattern design is one of my favorite branches of illustration. Above is a simplified example of how I create a repeating pattern. I always start out by sketching- these skulls were a warmup study. I did not intend to create a pattern from them at first, but they looked like they might work well that way.
I always wanted to do one of those #MeetTheArtist dealies! As you can see, it took a lot longer to describe the things I don’t like, and I was upset over not being able to fit more dislike into the trash can. On the flip side, simple pleasures are usually the best ones, so it was easier to fit in more of them.