And we’ve reached the end of Inktober. Overall, it has been a really fun and useful activity for me. Thinking of an image for each word prompt was a nice creative challenge in itself, and I got to practice my hand-drawn drawing skills, which were a bit rusty. I’m quite fond of how some of them turned out.
Here are the next ten Inktober drawings, only eleven more to go. I’ll continue posting them daily on my Instagram.
In case anyone’s wondering, I’ve been inking with a Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen, a Zebra Zensations Double-Sided Brush Pen, and a regular Sharpie marker. They might not be the most professional tools available but they’ve been working well enough for me.
So I decided to try the Inktober challenge after avoiding it for several years. I’m limiting myself to only using black ink.
Here are the first ten drawings. You can follow my progress on my Instagram.
I was in Mexico City for some days and these are some pictures I took with my phone. This was my first time going to the Soumaya, Jumex, Memoria y Tolerancia, MUNAL, and Franz Mayer museums, and I would recommend visiting all of them.
I really enjoy de wide array of cultural experiences and expressions you can only get in CDMX. Definitely inspiring.