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Covered In Inktober2018

I love October! First of all the climate that resembles the 5th ring of Hell in my hometown of South Hell Mobile, Alabama drops to feels to more like the front door. Halloween custom planning starts, Alabama football is five wins into another championship run, and 31 days of Inktober.

Jake Parker created Inktober in 2009 as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. Every October, artists all over the internet have joined him by taking on the Inktober drawing challenge of doing one ink drawing a day (sparked by a prompt word) the entire month. Anyone, of any drawing skill, can do this daily doodle.

Please join me on this beautiful challenge this Inktober month. I dare ya!


1) Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want).

2) Post it on the social media of your choosing

3) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober2018

4) Repeat

Here are the daily prompts:

More info from Jake:

Here are my Inktober 2018 dailies:

I will be adding 1 every day


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Who's Johnny?

Johnny Gwin is a full-time podcaster, part-time blogger and once upon a time bass player in a traveling Americana rock band. When rock stardom failed to launch he threw himself into to the world of advertising & design. After 16 years of the ups and downs of agency life he has found balance in his two lives. One life entails being a creative and graphic designer at 1Horse Design. The other is Content Director, Host and Producer at Deep Fried Studios - the Gulf Coast's only podcast creation and production studio dedicated to creating the smartest, most compelling and entertaining podcasts possible. Recently, Johnny has launched a t-shirt and apparel company called Deep Fried Threads and is finishing up his first book, Sabbadoodle.

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