Inktober is an artist’s challenge started in 2009 by Jake Parker. Artists create an ink drawing using daily prompts and post them online. The tagline is “31 Days 31 Drawings”.

October is typically a busy month in our family. Among birthdays, annual Halloween traditions, and knitting, there is little time allotted to other activities. This year I changed that up a bit by spending time learning digital inking on two platforms Photoshop and Clip Studio Paint.

Most of my drawings were done during naptime. So, many of them are left unfinished. Below is a gallery of what I accomplished in 31 days:

See more by searching #inktober2017 on Twitter.

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