So, due to some adult-ing stuff that I need to look into (such as processing papers, valid IDs, processing clearances), I was unable to upload the whole month of drawings for last year's Inktober 2018.
Therefore, upon having some time, I will be posting all the photos with their corresponding themes for the sake of looking for points of improvement. If anyone who knows how to draw very well in whatever medium or manner, feel free to comment for any points of improvement. Your words will be very much appreciated. Thanks~!
Inktober is a challenge to draw using ink that is done for every day of October and is open for anyone who wishes to participate. You can find more about it from the official page of Inktober from here.
I followed the theme from last year’s prompt list since it seemed doable although sometimes there are themes that I really have no idea what to draw for a certain day.
Without further ado, here are the list of themes and my corresponding drawing for each of them. 😊
Day 1: Poisonous
Also found at [Inktober 2018 Challenge: Day 1 – Poisonous [Drawing]](https://goldvoice.club/steem/@zareceerine/inktober-2018-challenge-day-1-poisonous-drawing).
Day 2: Tranquil
Also seen at Inktober 2018 Day 2 – Tranquil: My Idea of Tranquil | Drawing.
Day 3: Roasted
"Roasted marshamllows for smores"
Day 4: Spell
" Unleashing a musical spell"
Day 5: Chicken
"How to be a chicken for a day"
Day 6: Drooling
" Drooling in sleep"
Day 7: Exhausted
Day 8: Star
Day 9: Precious
Day 10: Flowing
" Flowing river"
Day 11: Cruel
Day 12: Whale
"A whale cheering for you"
Day 13: Guarded
Day 14: Clock
Day 15: Weak
Day 16: Angular
Day 17: Swollen
"It’s hard when all you get is a swollen face after eating a peanut butter-jelly sandwich."
Day 18: Bottle
"I’m sinking inside a bottle unconsciously."
Day 19: Scorched
Day 20: Breakable
"The walls of your troubles and problems are breakable. You can overcome them. You can get past them."
Day 21: Drain
Day 22: Expensive
"One day, even plants might be very expensive due to their scarcity if we don’t choose to take care of them now."
Day 23: Muddy
"Walking on a rainy day without getting your shoe muddy is a skill, but it is a test almost all of us fail at doing."
Day 24: Chop
"Chopping cucumbers made me think of them as “vegetable cookies”.”"
Day 25: Prickly
"This prickly cactus has just celebrated its first year. 😉 "
Day 26: Stretch
Day 27: Thunder
"When a thunder has sounded, surely there are two shadows hiding under the table."
Day 28: Gift
"The gift was too tall to fit inside the box."
Day 29: Double
"I’ve always wanted to see a double-yolked egg."
Day 30: Jolt
"In a cold, dry environment, it is very likely to experience a jolt of electricity upon contact with another person’s elbow."
Day 31: Slice
Then here is the official prompt list for this month.
I’m really glad to be a part of this year’s Inktober.
My Favorite EntryThe most challenging of all became my favorite entry. It was Day 26th’s Stretch! Drawing a hand is already a challenge for me, however, this one became much more complicated because I really grabbed a rubber band to make a star. You need two hands to make a star, but I also needed to draw the position where a rubber band star can be shown.
So, I took turns from holding the rubber band for a position of a star to drawing that image of holding the rubber band star. I’ve thought of asking a companion to take a picture of me holding a rubber band star so that I can focus on drawing the situation, but the colors and shadows of drawing from a picture and drawing from seeing a certain scene is different. It turned pretty similar to what really happened though the outline of the hands still has to be improved.