It's Inktober! All artists and doodlers must create as many pieces of inked artwork this month and tag #inktober I selected some really cool artworks that have been shared but it's only the second day of Inktober so make sure you participate. by @lasaventurasdechaps by @meerkatsu by @_mathildes_artbook_ by @stencild by @mister_vi by @shalem_bencivenga by @bbindrim by @liubov_korotkova by @bigfootstudiosart by @whereismouse by @designbeginswithl by @isariasir by @starshrouded by @heythererosetta by @chhutisultana by @jgbrasier
For me, by far one of the most stylish illustrations you can get is with a simple ink pen. The result of a nice trace and the inks is simply amazing, like these pieces by French artist Nico Delort. Here you can see a few of Nico's artworks. Pretty sweet, aren't they? For more of it, you should really check out his blog. There you can also find other styles, which are pretty rad as well. He'll definitely enjoy your visit. Cheers! ;)
This series of animal illustrations were created by the british illustrator Iain Macarthur for an exhibition at the Phonebooth in LA. Most of his work is created by pencil, pigment pens and watercolors using techniques such as geometrical patterns and nature elements to recreate these animals. For more from Iain Macarthur visit iainmacarthur.carbonmade.com Born in Swindon, England in 1986, I became a fanatic of art at the age of eight when I was first introduced to art through the medium of cartoon television shows and comic books. My first ever comic book was from the Batman series. Ever since then I’ve been obsessed with art, drawing odd fantasy drawings and Anime characters.