October Illustration Contest: Halloween Meets Inktober
"Christmas Misadventure" This jolly bear found an unexpected experience when he ventured too far from Christmasland. Created with ink and watercolor.
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Great work everyone. So much inspiration in this thread.
Here's my entry- Chapter 30 from Ink-O's tales- The Hallow-ink dinner.
Ink-O is a character I sketched for Inktober 2017, and I've told his stories throughout the month of October. You can check out all the other sketches on my instagram [@madeyedllama].
Mandy Forte last edited by
My submission. It is all ink other than just a tiny bit of red pencil.
An original character of mine. Qwibble the Quivering Bag of Bones.
He’s a resident of a fantasy world Halloween related who can traverse to our world to scare children. Only he’s afraid of a lot of things himself. Even his own shadow. But there’s always a sliver of courage hiding within him. Check out the full comic I made staring him on my website at https://michaellengyel.com/qwibble-guivering-bag-of-Bones-comic
Christina Ogbotiti last edited by
@lisa-f Here's my entry hope everyone like it!
Everyone's work here is amazing! Such an inspiration. Here is mine. I made this for inktober, micron pen and water-soluble ink on watercolor paper. Cleaned up in photoshop a bit before submitting it here.
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Laurie last edited by Laurie
Here's my entry! My little bunny adventure hero guy found a helping friend....
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Here is my submission. Happy Halloween everyone!
Happy Halloween Everyone!
Here is my Submission, hope you like it!
My entry for the contest! Linework done in ink, colored digitally in Photoshop. Hope that's okay. Happy Halloween everybody!
Diego_BioSteam last edited by Diego_BioSteam
The Samhain was a Gaelic festival that celebrated the end of the Autumn (31st October - end of the harvest season) and start of the Winter (1st November). For the Gaels, during the Samhain the boundaries between the living world and the spiritual world were thinner and they had to offer food for the spirits to get their blessings for surviving the winter. It seems these young Gaels managed to be blessed by the god of nature himself!
During the Roman Conquest of Europe, the festivals celebrated by other cultures were converted and Samhain became what is now known as Halloween.
Watercolour, and ink!
This is just a house full of monsters... they are all looking at something but we don't really know what. Happy Halloween!
Pam Boutilier last edited by Pam Boutilier
Here's my submission - a halloween parade!
EDIT: I'm traveling away from home and this was the best image of the work I was able to post last night. Working in traditional media this inktober has been a great experience (frustrating at times, but I've learned a lot!).
For this one I used a limited palette of Ampersand inks and discovered sepia ink pens! I was trying to go for a more subdued palette than I usually use. Hope you enjoy!
Carey Bowden last edited by Carey Bowden
Ok, I hope I submitted this right!
SVS Third Thursday: Inktober
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@feleri Love this drawing. So smart.