Hello October! October means that it’s time for Inktober. What is Inktober? Inktober is a daily drawing challenge created by artist Jake Parker back in 2009. You can read our interview with him from last year’s challenge. Taking on the Inktober 2017 Challenge Each year Jake Parker releases an official prompt list. You’ll...
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