October 2017

Hello there! Hope you’ve all had a spooky Halloween- this month has gone too fast, right? We went to Kotor last week and had an amazing time (the last of the summer days as we were saying!). I’ll be writing up a post for it over the weekend, plus photos to edit as well so it’s defo a weekend job!

I’m running another sale in time for Christmas so keep the dates in your diaries and make a note of it as Christmas (already??!!) is creeping very quickly around the corner!

More blog posts coming right up in the next couple of days as I’ve been meaning to write up another post about Inktober. Enjoy the rest of the week!

Hi all, hope you’re all having a super weekend! I’ve only got two more weeks left until the half term and I’m literally counting down the days!

True to my words I’ve been keeping up with Inktober and it’s been a lot of fun! I’ve been doing two or three prompts in one go, which I think the whole point of it is that you can take your time with it and not stick to it religiously.

#Swift (1/31)

#Divide (2/31)

#Poison (3/31)

#Underwater (4/31)

#Long (5/31)

#Sword (6/31)

#Shy (7/31)

#Crooked (8/31)


Well, that’s it for now. I’ll be updating my Inktober drawings as I’m going so follow me on Instagram or Twitter for the latest updates.

I’m making ramen noodle soup from scratch so I’ve got to go and check it now (probably loads of photos of dinner later on!).

Thanks for reading as always and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Hello folks! How’s your weekend been? I’ve decided to take part in this year’s Inktober because:

  1. I would like to improve more on my ink drawings as I feel pretty comfortable with it now.
  2. Making artwork for myself and being able to enjoy the process of it.
  3. More importantly, taking time out during the day and focusing on one thing which I love doing!

I often come to a complete stand still when I have the urge to draw- but draw what? Then I get into that cycle of thinking that I must make more work otherwise I feel really bad about myself for not doing anything. I think it’s also really easy to compare with other people, especially online, which I’m beginning to slowly come round that type of thinking and to think of myself first.

The rules of Inktober are pretty straight forward (see below for details).

This morning I started off with the first prompt, which was ‘swift’. With that in mind, I decided to draw a crane flying over some flowers.

I’m really happy with the way it turned out in terms of the composition and the brush details of the feathers. I’m beginning to use different angles of the brushes to get contrasting lines and also blocking out parts of the drawing to get different shadows. I can’t wait to the end of the month to see what I’ve produced!

Are you taking part in Inktober? Did you do it last year? Is this your first time taking part in it?

Thanks for reading as always and I’ll update my Inktober drawings here and on Instagram.