Tuesday, November 1, 2016


For the first time ever, this year I participated in the Inktober art challenge. The concept is simple: 31 days, 31 ink drawings, posted on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtags #inktober and #inktober2016. It wasn't easy, but thanks to kind words, comments, and encouragement from friends on social media, I pulled it off. Thanks to everyone who gave me a push when I needed it. Inktober was a lot tougher than it sounds.

Day One: Ghost Rider

Day Two: Deadpool

Day Three: John Le Carré's master spy, George Smiley

Day Four: Josie Schuller, from Joëlle Jones & Jamie S. Rich's LADY KILLER

Day Five: The Black Panther

Day Six: Ra's al Ghul

Day Seven: Space Ghost

Day Eight: Paul Pope's Battling Boy

Day Nine: Tara Chace, from Greg Rucka's QUEEN & COUNTRY

Day Ten: The Man In Black, from The Princess Bride

Day Eleven: Two-Face

Day Twelve: Milo Weaver, from Olen Steinhauer's THE TOURIST

Day Thirteen: Luke Cage

Day Fourteen: The Shadow

Day Fifteen: Fox, from French author D.O.A.'s PUKHTU

Day Sixteen: Oberyn Martell, The Red Viper

Day Seventeen: Super Girl

Day Eighteen: Moon Knight

Day Nineteen: Conrad Grantchester, from Daniel O'Malley's THE ROOK

Day Twenty: Myfanwy Thomas, (also) from Daniel O'Malley's THE ROOK

Day Twenty-one: The Invisible Girl (just kidding)

Day Twenty-one (for reals): Wesley Dodds, the Golden Age Sandman

Day Twenty-two: The Black Widow

Day Twenty-three: Elric of Melniboné

Day Twenty-four: The Kraken, from Gerard Way & Gabriel Bá's UMBRELLA ACADEMY

Day Twenty-five: Brian Li Sung, from Matt Wagner's GRENDEL

Day Twenty-six: Sher Ali Khan Zadran, from French author D.O.A.'s PUKHTU

Day Twenty-seven: Colonel Christina Eliopolis, from Max Brooks's WORLD WAR Z

Day Twenty-eight: The Badger

Day Twenty-nine: The Green Hornet

Day Thirty: Doctor Strange

Day Thirty-one: Batman

Some of the above drawings have already been sold or given to friends, but if you're interested in buying one (or more) please drop me a line. Each drawing was done on A4-sized 200g Canson paper, and sells for 40€ via PayPal (price includes worldwide shipping; ). 

Thanks for stopping by!

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