Inktober is a wildly popular event each year with artists. Just a fun encouragement to draw with ink every day for 31 days.
There are many "prompt" lists... there is the official one but then lots of groups post their own prompts. Last year I used the official list and it was sort of challenging to try to get something each time that fit. But this year I am a bit lazy and am in the throes of the annual packing up from our north woods cabin to Florida.
So I've decided that I am going to post every 3 days or so and am going to do 1/3 of a sketch at a time. The idea being I'll have a page sketch every 3 days. But I warn you this is just an idea that could go out the door as things get crazier here.
So the above inked drawing is a very sketchy view of one wall of our cabin drawn in 3 parts over 3 days. (That funny snowshoe shaped thing on the far left is actually a grill for grilling fish!).
Some artists like to draw with graphite first and ink over. Makes for a little more planning freedom but I am just carrying on right in ink for time's sake. Hoping I'll get better in 31 days. By the last day I'll be in Florida again so you get a sort of travel journal of the trip.
Fun fact about today:
In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII declared that the day following October 4, 1582, would be Friday, October 15, 1582. By leaping over 10 days, the pope corrected the Julian calendar, which was 10 days out of sync with the seasons. The new calendar became known as the Gregorian calendar.