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Weekly InkTober Inspiration

By October 2, 20163 Comments

Our first Inktober entries have arrived! 

Don’t forget to send in your favorite Inktober creation of the week so we can post it next Sunday!


Paula Schroeder created this traditional sumi ink piece


Ferrari of Art Central created this fun lettering work with FW ink


William of Art Central used Microns and markers to draw this grump

Lets make this Inktober GREAT!!!
Send in those images!!!



  • barbararosenthal says:

    From the Quarry Trail, MBSP by Barbara Rosenthal Using Tambo water soluble brush pen, waterbrush and micron pen on Epsilon pad, Stillman andBirn.


  • PKLogan says:

    Just got your Inktober entry email . The portrait was done with Microns – what does that mean in terms of the piece of art and how it was done?:>) P

    • Art Central says:


      The process I used to create that little portrait was to do a quick under drawing in pencil (figuring out my composition and anatomy,) then I went over that drawing with a black micron (to emphasis the shapes and shadows,) then I used some different markers (alcohol and water based) that we had hanging around to give it some color. The whole thing was done on a heavyweight drawing paper.

      Hope that helps!