In 2019, I participated to “Inktober”, a movement initiated by Jake Parker that consists in drawing with ink during October. I followed a list of themes proposed by Tarmasz. By drawing at my own pace, I finished the list in January! Can it still be called “Inktober”? ;)
A drawing I made for a friend who just graduated.
Last month, I took part in Inktober, an ink drawing challenge created by Jack Parker. I decided to make one drawing a day reprensenting an endangered animal, following a list made by DNKN HLFT. Here are all my drawings!
I did not know most of these animals before this experience ! The drawing are inspired by photographs I am not the author of. Here are some sources:
– Iiwi : Photo by Jack Jeffrey found on this page.
– Malimbe d’Ibadan : Photo by Nick Borrow found on this page.
– Indri : Photo by Martha de Jong -Lantink found on this page.
– Pika d’Ili : Photo by Weidong Li found on this page.
– Plectrohyla Ixil : Photo by Carlos R. Vasquez-Almazan found on this page.
– Renard gris insulaire : Photo by Julie King found on this page.
– Vautour indien : Photo by an unknown author (contact me if you know them) found on this page.
– Dauphin de l’Indus : Image by an unknown author (contact me if you know them) found on this page.
– Iguane marin des Galapagos : Photo by Lieutenant Elizabeth Crapo found on this page.
– Cnemaspis Indica : Photo by Saunak Pal found on this page.
This weekend I took part in the “25h BD” (25 hours of comic). We had 25 hours, including the night of the daylight-savings time change, to draw a comic or a series of illustrations. A theme and a constraint were given at the last moment.
The theme was “propaganda” and the constraint “mise en abime”.
Here is the cover of my series of illustration:
You can see the others I made during the event on the official website. They are in black and white, but I intend to colour them when I will have more time, and I will publish them in here.
Also do not forget to check the other participants‘ drawings and comics out.
Here is a new “making of” video, showing the process of a watercolor painting. This time, I tried to vary the framing and skip some part, in order to make the video shorter and more interesting.
And here is the final illustration :
This is, in principle, the last illustration of a series of four that I made. They represent a science field, featuring characters inspired by some of my friends. You can see the others ones again here : The Microelectronist, The Electrochemist and The Chemist.
Since some of you told me they would be interested in it, I made a “making of” video for a watercolor painting. Here it is:
And here is the final piece:
What do you think? Would you like to see more videos here, of what kind?