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October was Inktober!

 

Artists from all over the world have been participating in this drawing challenge since its inception in 2009 by Jake Parker.  Open to everyone using traditional or digital tools and with incredibly simple rules (Make a drawing in ink, Post it, Hashtag it, and Repeat), it has filled October will wonderfully inspired creations guided by a unique annual Inktober prompts list.

You can learn more about Inktober at Inktober.com.

We’re always looking for great samples of work created in SketchBook, but for this month, it’s not a surprise that most of our favorites were created for the Inktober challenge, but there are still a few outstanding non-Inktober pieces that made it our October list.  Check our all our staff picks below!

 

If you want to make it into our Staff Picks in future months, just keep drawing and simply tag #sketchbookapp or #sketchbookpro when you post on social media to help us discover your work.

–  SketchBook team

Inktober Favorites

@derekklayum


@ja_s_ferrer


@karlsson_art


@skysurie

@boris_haertter


@lordofthecreeps


@hleb_donskov – Check out their Inktober series on their Instagram page.


@soheil_sattakeh


@mazzeidesign


@alefarfer – Check out their Inktober series on their Instagram page.


Other Favorites for October

@art_regrams


@graham_lewis_fleming


@peppeti85


@nart_company

 

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Colin Smith

Colin is a Sr. Product Manager on the Automotive and Conceptual Design Team at Autodesk. During his 25-year career in the CAD industry he has worked in customer support, training, consulting and as a product manager for Alias and Fusion 360. Currently, he works on SketchBook and Project Sugarhill and is based in Toronto, Canada.

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