Inktober 2016 Part 2

And so we came to the second week of Inktober. You can take a look at what I did for Week One, or visit the Inktober Web site to learn more about the concept. I’m continuing to play catch-up as I didn’t get to post this during its intended weekend due to my recent Internet outage.

For Week Two, I continued with the 2.5 x 3.5 inch personal sketch card sized illustrations.

Inktober 2016 Week Two:

sk27-masked-dudeMasked Dude

sk28-human-torchHuman Torch

sk29-the-thingThe Thing

sk30-invisible-womanInvisible Woman

sk31-mr-fantasticMister Fantastic

sk32-flaming-skullFlaming Skull


My easy favorite from this week was the Man-Thing! It was everything I wanted it to be. I probably like the Flaming Skull second best. FYI, the Masked Dude was going to be Green Lantern but I didn’t quite get where I wanted with it… similarly, the Flaming Skull was going to be Ghost Rider until I realized I didn’t leave enough room to draw any of his costume so there’s no way you’d know it was him. I also did a Fantastic Four subset this week. I mostly wanted to draw the Human Torch and the Thing, but felt like I ought to include the other two just to have a complete set! 🙂

Please let me know what you think and remember, if you’d like an original commission by me or would like to hire me as an Illustrator, please use the Contact page and let me know as much as you can about your request.


5 responses

  1. […] week of Inktober, and more of my daily drawings to post. Check out what I did for Week One and Week Two, or visit the Inktober Web site to learn more about the […]


  2. Man-Thing is great! I think your Mr Fantastic is excellent though.

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    1. Thank you. I try to stay humble, but every time I see that Man-Thing again in my card notebook, I really like it! 🙂 Mr Fantastic is fun to draw because even if you screw it up, you can always say “I meant to draw it that way, he’s just stretching weird.” 🙂

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  3. […] brought more daily drawings to collect for the blog. See my previous posts this month for Week One, Week Two, and Week Three contributions. Also, don’t forget to checkout the Inktober Web site to learn more […]


  4. […] check out Week One, Week Two, Week Three, and Week Four blog posts for most of my contributions last month. Also, don’t forget […]


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