So I was convinced to take part in this years #inktober, focusing on my passion for drawing Dungeons and Dragons maps.
#inktober is defined by DigitalArtsOnline as
It’s that time of year again when everyone is encouraged to pick up a pen in the name of Inktober, the month-long challenge where artists post one ink-drawn work for each day of October. The rules are simple: make an ink drawing – you’re allowed to use a pencil under-drawing if you wish – and post on your favourite social media networks with the hashtag of #inktober and #inktober2018.
I will be making a few tweaks to make it work for me.
As I struggle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME) I doubt I’d be able to strive towards completing a single map everyday. Plus I think I’d burn out and begin to dread the challenge.
Therefore I’m going to try and draw ONE map in October, but add a new themed room(s) every day.
The day’s theme is defined by this Dungeons and Dragons focused chart I made:
So my first day was ‘chasm’ and after a few strokes of the pen I came up with;
Quite happy with the quick room; a small wooden bridge of a chasm separating two parts of a natural cave.
One end of the cave is penetrated by a man made stairwell, while the other leads off to… day 2!
Day 2 has been produced, including the room for ‘the deceased’
- The last day of Inktober will see us drawing a huge big boss room – who’s lair should it be?
- What monster is your favourite to battle in D&D or Pathfinder?