Tag: Ink

10. Ted Sallis

My pick-up line, “hey baby, wanna see my Giant-Sized Man-Thing”, has only ever worked once, and boy there was nothing but disappointment when I showed it to her. Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

9. Alec Holland

Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

8. Count Dracula

I based this version of him on the Marvel Comics’ series Tomb of Dracula, most famously drawn by the legendary Gene Colan. Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

7. Frankenstein’s Monster

Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

6. Freddy Krueger

Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

5. Imhotep

Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

4. Jack Griffin

Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

3. Templar Knight

From Tombs of the Blind Dead. Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

2. Captain Elliot Spencer

I have such sights to show you. Every drawing for Inktober is available for sale, $15. Contact me if interested. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

1. Jason Vorhees

Hi. It’s October, and with it a brief return of the Sketch-A-Day. I’ll be celebrating three months of holidays with you: Inktober, Marvember, and DCember. That’s 92 days of themed art, 93 drawings. Why? I felt like it. Also why 93 drawings for 92 days? November has only 30 days, and I didn’t want to …

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