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Inktober 2018: Recap of Week 5

I made it through all 31 days of Inktober!  So proud of myself.  If you’d like to look back at the drawings from each week:

Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4

If you’re new to what Inktober is, Inktober is a drawing challenge created by artist Jake Parker which encourages artists to create a drawing each day with ink based on a list of daily prompts.  The challenge lasts all 31 days of October and happens each year at this time.  You can go here for the official rules and prompt list.

Here are my final drawings for the last days of the challenge!

Day 29 - Double

Sketchbook view with pen of Glass by Laura Jaen Smith. Black and white ink drawing of glass with half liquid and ice cubes..

Day 30 - Jolt

Inspired by Creation of Adam by Michelangelo.

Sketchbook view of Jolt of Life by Laura Jaen Smith. Black and white ink drawing inspired by Michelangelo's Creation of Adam.

Day 31 - Slice

Sketchbook view of Cherry Pie by Laura Jaen Smith. Black and white ink drawing of slice of cherry pie on plate.

Do you have a favorite drawing from this year’s Inktober?  Did you also participate this year?  I’d love to know.

I decided to do something special that I normally don’t do, for a limited time I’m offering any of the original Inktober sketches for $30 (which includes shipping and a custom cut mat so that it fits in a standard frame).  Let me know ASAP which drawing you’d like to own!

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