#Inktober 20: Breakable

Probably only my D&D group will get this, but it made me laugh so I don’t care.

I also got yesterday’s dragon all coloured up:

#Inktober 18: Bottle

I made three tries with this boring prompt before I got to this “Alice in Wonderland” inspired one.

Staedtler pigment liner on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober 17: Swollen

My favourite prompt so far because it gave me an excellent excuse to draw the pufferfish.

Super5 fountain pen with 0.7 calligraphy nib, Rohrer and Klingner Lotte SketchINK on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook with shading done with a Faber Castell PITT Light Indigo brush pen.

#Inktober 16: Angular

Boy did I have a problem figuring out what to draw for this prompt. I almost decided to give up on it and work on my own thing. Then I remembered reading about the Angular Roughshark and that was that.

Zebra disposable brush pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook with a Faber Castell PITT Light Indigo brush pen.

#Inktober 15: Weak

One of the weakest of monsters in D&D: the Kobold.

Zebra disposable brush pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook with shading done by a Faber Castell PITT Light Indigo brush pen.

This is before the shading:

#Inktober 14: Clock

I used to have one of these giant alarm clocks growing up. Zebra disposable brush pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober 13: Guarded

Zebra disposable brush pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook. I only use one side of the page with these sketchbooks and you can see why. Even doing that doesn’t prevent the sketch on the following page from showing through.

#inktober day 12: whale

A nice theme from the inktober 2018 list for a change. Pilot duality brush pen, Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pen light indigo 220, on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#inktober day 11: Typewriter

A very quick sketch of my Remington typewriter which I plan on redoing with a bit more time later on. Pilot dual tip brush pen on Field Notes Signature sketchbook.