I call this guy “Wandering Rogue”.
Here’s a crow wearing a Victorian dress because…well, why not? Used the Pentel brush on this one with a few quick washes.
This one was super fast. I think I was going for a Victorian age puppet, then something weird happened with its arms.
Continuing on with the Victorian theme. Here’s an old timey clown.
A little behind posting these on my site. Here’s a quasi-Victorian alien with a ray gun.
This Inktober sketch is based on a Victorian dress. Some sort of winged beastie is morphing out of it. I might explore this idea with future doodles. I only used a Uni .38 pen on this, then did a few ink washes over the page. Inktober is a great opportunity to experiment with different styles. In future scribbles, I’ll work on combining the ballpoints and the brushes.
I’m a bit behind posting these to the website. Generally I whip these up as quick as I can then just post them around to social media. The name of the game is speed. Inktober is a great exercise to break away from whatever project I’m working on and do something random. Helps loosen the gunk around the creative gears.
Its that time of year again. Time to put aside twenty minutes a day and whip up something with pen and ink. I’ll post my Inktober doodles here as well as on social media. It really is a great excercise to refresh the creative engine.
As you can see, im going with a Victorian theme this year. I might not make everyday, but really speed is the key, so I should come up with at least a scribble.
Inktober is the perfect opportunity to loosen up and work fast.
Taking little breaks to doodle up some images for #inktober. Sticking with my Pentel brush pen. Little bit of watercolor.