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Ink Drawings in November 2022
Latest drawings · 12. December 2022
Cross-hatching drawings from November 2022

Inkotber 2022
Latest drawings · 02. November 2022
"Inktober" is a recurring drawing challenge that takes place every October. The principle is very simple: to participate, one has to draw and share one ink drawing every day in October. There is a list of official prompts that one can choose to follow - or draw whatever they want. I love this challenge and have done it in 2017, 2020, 2021, and this year.

Ink drawings of September 2022
Latest drawings · 11. October 2022
News and selected ink drawings from September!

Ink Drawings in August 2022
Latest drawings · 02. September 2022
Four new ink drawings in August

Ink Drawings in July 2022
Latest drawings · 04. August 2022
The four new ink drawings for July's Inktober!

Inktober 2021
Latest drawings · 26. March 2022
Inktober is a yearly challenge. Each day of October, people from around the world share one drawing in ink per day with the hashtag #inktober. A list of prompts is suggested. Here is a selection of my 2021 collection!

Inktober 2020
Latest drawings · 02. November 2020
Inktober is a yearly challenge. Each day of October, people from around the world share one drawing in ink per day with the hashtag #inktober. A list of prompts is suggested. Here is my 2020 collection!

The Inktober Challenge: 31 Days in Black and White
Latest drawings · 11. November 2017
How I completed the #inktober drawing challenge and what I learnt from it. Where we talk about building habits, experimenting within constraints and the power of sharing your work.

3 drawings based on Tolkien's short stories
Latest drawings · 17. December 2016
A friend asked me to illustrate some of Tolkien’s short stories. What I read was so beautiful that I spent more and more time on each of the 3 drawings I produced. Didn’t want to get out of his universe :) I don’t know how Tolkien mastered such craft: overwhelming his reader with emotions and poetry in stories that can be read in less than an hour and a half.