I love Inktober’s diversity. Diversity of style, of origins, of point of views. Some drawings amaze me, others drawings disturb me, some are questioning me, some are empowering me.
It’s all the magic of art…
Speaking of magic: there will be many witches in today article. October is the Halloween month and the witchcraft theme inspire many artists.
There will be some monsters, too. And monsters are cool 😉 It’s interesting to ask ourselves why this monsters seem so frightening for us. Is it just because… Alright, enough deep questioning, enjoy this graphical ride 😉
Heikala is a watercolor and ink illustrator from Finland. I talked about her in another article, I wrote she was one of the Inktober’s artists you should follow this year, and I still believe it 😉
For this Inktober, her drawings had a very cinematographic Miyazaki feel.
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Jim Bryson is a canadian animator and illustrator from Toronto.
He is the co-creator of Nico and the Sword of Light, an animated comic book that has became an animated TV series avalaible on Amazon Prime Video.
I love Jimy Bryson‘s creepy creatures from his Inktober 2018 😉
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Saoirse Lou is a british illustrator living in Poole, inspired by nature, folklore and… witchcraft 😉 Have a look at her Inktober 2018 good witches.
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I already dedicated an entire blog post to Maria Dimova. Read it, you will find an interview and a video of her artwork inside. Here are some other witches from this talentuous moldavian artist.
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That’s all for today, I hope you enjoyed this graphical ride.
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