SCBWI Canada East Blog

October 19, 2017

11:58 AM 0
Can you believe Inktober is 2/3rds done already? I can't. I've checked in with a few of our illustrators to find out how many times they've done Inktober & if their approach is different this year then it has been in the past. 

Lauren Soloy

This is my first year doing Inktober, though I’ve often thought of doing it!


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Alice Carter

This is my first time participating in Inktober!
My approach is to have fun, play around with some different techniques
and get the creative juices flowing. I am using the official prompt
list as I have always enjoyed the challenge of coming up with an
original visual solution for a given concept. I usually do my Inktober
piece as a morning warm up or a mid day break from other projects. It
is inspiring to think about all the people around the world choosing
to challenge themselves creatively this month!


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Louse Catherine Bergeron

This is my first time with Inktober. I had never heard of it before.

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Marla Lesage

This is my 2nd time participating in Inktober. Last year I wanted to try using a dip pen and work on pattern making. My approach has always been very relaxed so I don't mind missing a few days here and there. This year my main goal is to get comfortable with my brush pens & hopefully complete a few illustration ideas I've been sitting on for a while.

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Julie Prescesky

 I can’t recall how many times I’ve participated in Inktober …
This year I am focusing on developing a story idea whereas other years I’d just draw with a loose theme  - like the year I combined Inktober and Movember and gave everything I drew moustaches.



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