So what happened to my inktober challenge? In a few words… it stoped being fun. Let me explain. Inktober doesn’t need to be easy, it’s called a challenge for a reason, but it’s suppose to be a good excuse to spend an entire month doing something that can really improve your illustration skills: 1. practice…… Continue reading What happened to inktober?
I choose the cheetah because this is the fastest animal, and can reach speeds of up to 61 miles per hour (98 km/h) As you can see I also decided to make thing a little bit different today. I grabbed some watercolour pencils and I gave some colour to the animals. Materials: Fineliners: 0.05 , 0.1,…… Continue reading Inktober day 11 – run
This is a Gambian pouched rat (Cricetomys gambianus), also known as African giant pouched rat. This amazing animal can grow up to about 0.9 metres (3 ft) long including their tail which makes up half their length. It is not a true rat but is part of an African branch of muroid rodents. Unlike domestic rats, it has cheek pouches like…… Continue reading Inktober day 10 – Gigantic
Sorry no video today. I didn’t had much time to work on this during the day so I ended up drawing it at night, before bed. There are different creatures that are known for screeching, but I chose the bat because, although many people wound’t agree with me, I think they’re cute. Materials: Fineliners: 0.05…… Continue reading Inktober day 9 – Screech
I couldn’t find an animal that’s literally (and naturally) crooked, so I thought of an animal that could be considered crooked figurativelly. I chose the magpie because they are know for stealing objects and taking them to their nest. Materials: Fineliners: 0.05 , 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 Kuretake no.8 brush pen Winsor & Newton watercolours…… Continue reading Inktober day 8 – Crooked
Most wild animals are naturally shy when it concerns humans, but prey animals like bunnies can be particularly fearful and shy. Materials: Fineliners: 0.05 , 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 Winsor & Newton watercolours Sketchbook: Hahnemuhle D&S
For this day the prompt word was sword, so I chose to draw a Sword-billed hummingbird. This tiny little bird is the only species that has a bill longer than the rest of its body. Materials: Fineliners: 0.05 , 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 Winsor & Newton watercolours Sketchbook: Hahnemuhle D&S https://youtu.be/K77qtSY57T8