A Month Made of Art: Celebrating InkTober

Thanks WordPress Discover for  the nice words in A Month Made of Art: Celebrating InkTober: “Artist Hugo Costa started sharing his work after suggesting his art students complete a new drawing every day. Over 1,700 posts later, he’s still going strong.”

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With 31 one-word prompts in 2009, artist Jake Parker launched InkTober to improve his drawing skills. The goal? To create and share one drawing each day for the month of October. Today, artists around the globe participate, and we’re delighted to highlight five WordPressers who share their amazing art with the world.


Learn more about Jake Parker and the list of 31 InkTober drawing prompts.

A little bit of ink: the story of Jumbo and Scott

Illustrator Sherry Meidell’s wonderful take on InkTober tells the story of Jumbo, a baby elephant who befriends London zookeeper Matthew Scott after being torn from his mother in Sudan. A little bit of inkbegan on October 1st and ran through the month, with a new illustrative installment each day.

Illustration by Sherry Meidell Illustration by Sherry Meidell — InkTober day 24.

White, blue, and whimsical: when pigs fly

Blaustift is German for “blue pencil.”

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