Artists Jake Parker created Inktober in 2009 as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. Now it has grown into a huge event with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year all around the globe. This online art event is a great way to challenge yourself, practise your inking skills and meeting other inspiring artists.
Will you join in this year?

Anyone can do Inktober, just pick up a pen and start drawing!

Meet Jake and let him talk you through Inktober in his own words. 

There is no official location or convention for Inktober. Wherever you live and create is where Inktober is.

Inktober is every year in the month of October. Post your first Inktober drawing on October 1st and your last on October 31st by using #inktober and #inktober2021 if you want your art to be seen by everyone.
You can also partake in Inktober all year round with one drawing a week, every week.

What to draw?
You can find inspiration on the Inktober Instagram page and in the newsletter that you can sign up for.

Who can join?
If you are up for an artistic challenge, you can join in.

Here are some tools that you could use for Inktober

Pentel Arts Pocket Brush Pen, Includes 2 Black Ink Refills (GFKP3BPA)

SAKURA Pigma Micron Black Ink Multi-tip Set, 10 Pack

Sakura 50204 8-Piece Pigma Sensei Manga Drawing Kit , Black

Strathmore 300 Series Drawing Pad, Medium Surface, 9″x12″, Wire Bound, 50 Sheets

Canson 702-192 Universal Sketch Pad, Side Wire Bound, 9″ x 12″, White

For more information and all the ins and outs on Inktober visit the official website here.