– Prickly Dark Forest –
Day #25 MabsDrawlloweenClub – Inktober 2018
Day #25: Double Challenge #Drawlloweentober2018
> #Inktober Prickly
> #MabsDrawlloweenClub Dark Forest
Day #25 Today prompts are Prickle and Dark Forest. I loved to create this mysterious dark forest framed in prickly branches. This drawing is something different from my usual figures and faces in my Inktober series. Is a mystical image of a dark night, are you ready to walk in?
❤ Details about my paintings:
My Ink drawing is outlined with ink pens.. Ink pens used COPIC Multiliner Black ink #03 and 05, Micron dark red ink #1. Fountain Pen Pilot Prera Fine Nib. A Alvin Draft/Matic #03 Limited Edition Pink Mab Graves Pencil. A dash of watercolor, I used French Artists Watercolors Sennelier l’Aguarelle, Pentel Aqua Brush – I painted on CANSON Illustration Artists Series Paper for watercolor 150lb, cold pressed, size 6×9 inches .
❤ Details about these Challenges:
Every year in October since 2009, artists all over the world take on the InkTober drawing challenge created by Illustrator Jake Parker by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month. (read my previous post) Other amazing artists have created their own challenges during October. This Year I will Join two amazing challenges InkTober and Drawlloween is a little more spoocky Halloween themed created and hosted on Instagram by Pop Surrealist artist Mab Graves! I will create my daily drawings inspired by the combination of the two Challenges daily prompt words and I have combined the names creating my own challenge “DrawllooweenTober” yes this is my plan to be able to join and drawing daily for both amazing challenges at the same time, if you like to join me use also hashtag #drawlloweentober
❤ All my drawings in this Series are now available as Limited Edition Signed Prints you can order them on my SHOP!
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