Update: Check out my 2015-2019 Inktober collection.
That’s right, Inktober is back baby! …okay we are at about the halfway point, but I am still excited about it!
4 years straight of participating and looking forward to it every minuite of it! Inktober is an amazing creative crunch time without the pressure of feeling like all your pieces have to be perfect – being a perfectionsit, leanring to embrace the “finished not perdfect” philosophy (also advised from Jake Parker, the creator of this amazing challange) – is very liberating, giving yourself the freedom to create without the stress and with no alternative motive in mind.
If you find yourself to be a perfectionsit, I strongly suggest challanging yourself in two ways:
1. create some amazing work for fun
2. welcome the freedom it has to offer, you will be happy you did!
Start letting go of perfection and gradually embrace the progression, not only of your mad inking skills, but of building healthier work habbits that allow you to put less pressure on your self – releasing the string of tension that perfection holds around your brain – all in just 31 days!
Follow me on instagram to stay up to date on my inktober progress: @noelle_fontaine
Here are the Inktober prompts for 2018:
Visit inktober.com for more details about this great challenge.
It is never too late to start challenging yourself, jump in half way through, see if you can catch up and do your best to participate for the rest of the month!
Thanks for reading 🙂