WHY INKTOBER IS MORE FUN THIS YEAR! | Inktober Day 08 | India Ink and Dip Pens | 2019

WHY INKTOBER IS MORE FUN THIS YEAR! | Inktober Day 08 | India Ink and Dip Pens | 2019

We’re now a full week into Inktober. ♪ You may have noticed but I’ve been keeping it really simple I’m not following any specific prompts unless I find one that just sparks my interest for that day. And I’m kind of just letting my art… Make itself in a way. Like there’s ways to get inspired and sometimes when you’re inspired you want to draw. What I’ve been kinda using the inktober challenge for me is to kind of just sit down, and try to draw something. It’s not always going to come easy and you’re not always gonna have a ton of inspiration pushing you forward and I’m kind of trying to take this challenge as telling me that, that’s okay. You can just sit down and draw for fun. You don’t have to have big grand scheme and idea of what it is that you’re gonna draw. You can just draw something. Trying to think, but I think last year was my very first successful Inktober where I drew something every single day. I used the prompts words and it had 31 drawings at the end of the (month) But I wasn’t happy with all of them and I didn’t enjoy making all of them, which I think is equally important. I think people put a lot of stress on the inktober challenge just because a lot of artists do it. It’s like all over the place, heavier at the beginning of October and it kind of fades out near the end it’s there and it’s in your face. So if your aren’t accomplishing it yourself, you can kind of feel guilty about it, or feel a little poo-poo about yourself. I think what people are forgetting, is that it’s supposed to be something that challenges you to create
something that you might not have made before and for me just sitting down and trying to draw every day even if it doesn’t always turn out it’s kind of a fun thing to do in shorter spurts like 30 days and 30 days is a long time. Okay. I’m not going – I’m not selling that short. I’m just not one of those people that can draw every single day forever. [Laughs] I draw a lot but like thinking that I have to is what like makes me not want to. I don’t know The part that people really forget is that Inktober isn’t supposed to be if you need to skip a day skip a day, we’re talking about your future art growth here. You don’t need to sacrifice your current mental state. Okay, just enjoy it. Skip it if you need to. That’s what I’ve been doing. So you can kind of see how this sketch is evolving. I didn’t have a general plan, kind of just a vibe. Like sort of retro feeling and I’ve been sitting down my characters a lot more. I like the silhouette of a scrunched up character instead of just standing there. Don’t get me wrong, I like drawing characters just standing there. I could do that all day, I’m trying to challenge myself to draw more casual poses. Like sitting down, slouching and things like that. And if you want to see all the Inktober drawings I’ve made so far and the ones I plan on doing in the future, you can follow me on Instagram. I’m trying to post as often as possible. At least for this month. Mm-hmm. So feel free to check that out, if you’re hungry for more waffles [Hahaha, sharp inhale] (I see what I did there.) I added a circle behind her to try and even out the composition but
I realized there’s just still a little too much white space on the right. (Am I a problem to you?) so I decided to give her a kitty cat and as soon as I did this I thought, maybe she’s like a witch from the 1950s and she’s got a little house cat and then it made me think of Bewitched. I wish I had thought of it earlier because then I could have drawn some actual Bewitched fan art. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen that but when I was younger, I was kind of obsessed with that show and I Dream of Jeannie. I went through a phase The show’s probably not as good as I remember. So now that the sketch is done, I lightly erase it and begin inking on top. I used a col-erase pencil and I ran into a few issues where it wasn’t quite erasing as much as I need it to. Which happens and I should have expected it. [Laughs] So they end up showing through even after the ink and I’ll show you what I do with that when we get there. but I’m starting at the top left of the drawing as always because I am right-handed and I want to avoid putting my hand into wet ink as often as possible. That seems like a weird way to say that. I want to avoid putting my hand in the ink as much as possible I’m a very impatient artist and I know that about myself. [Laughs] So this is a very important step. I have my little bottle of ink there, on the left side of the screen. It’s a Dr. PH Martin’s bottle, but I’ve been refilling it with Speedball ink. So I’m kind of okay dipping my pen in it. I’ve heard that you shouldn’t dip your pen in your ink because it can cause bacteria to grow in there and we’re
not doing any kind of science experiment right now. So you want to avoid that but I kind of go through the black ink so quickly, It doesn’t really matter for me. And then I have a large Speedball bottle that I do not contaminate in any way and it works for me. It was around this point where I was doing the line-art and I noticed that the limbs were kind of long. So I guess this is a tall character. The only problem was it wasn’t intentional and I run into this problem a lot when I draw on my desk because if you’ve ever drawn flat on a surface, while you’re sitting upright in a chair, you’re looking down at your drawing from an angle, and the perspective is going to be different than when you’re looking at it from straight above like the camera angle is. So the camera is seeing it exactly as it is, whereas from my point of view, It’s going to be slightly distorted and any elements on the lower half of the drawing, are going to appear larger. than the elements at the top of the drawing like her head. The biggest problem that this will cause me is like usually really, really long necks and really, really long legs and weird things like that. This drawing has a really long torso because the legs are scrunched up. So they can’t really be elongated as much as I usually do. So it ends up being that whole middle section is a little bit long and you might notice that. I’m not complaining, I’m just taking a mental note that I need to be more aware of that and like check up at my camera. I need to make sure that I’m taking more breaks and like lifting up the paper and looking straight at it and making sure that it’s the way I want it to look before I go in and add ink. Now I’m actually taking a paint brush and applying ink in a circle shape around the character. This centers the character on the page even though they’re kind of leaning off to the left. Then there’s that white space above the cat. By filling in a circle behind them, it centers them on the page and just kind of evens out the composition. When working with ink, it is very, very, very, very, very important [Laughs] to wait for everything to dry. So I gave this a good couple hours, but they recommend you wait overnight. [Laughs] (If you’re a professional.) Hmm. After a few hours, I went over and erased it and I didn’t have any problems because I made sure that it was dry. I made sure there was no wet clumps anywhere. [Laughs] And this is when I noticed that some of the pencil is not erasing as much as I want it to. So I decided, why don’t I incorporate it more into the illustration, instead of trying to hide it? I decide to color in the cat with the same pencil I’d used for sketching . Which is a purple col-erase colored pencil, and I also did a little bit of shading. [Chuckles] Kind of just filled it in and made it look like a separate element compared to like the character and really like how it stands out. But I also went in and used this pencil to add like blush to the skin. So around her nose and her cheeks and then like elbows and toes and things like that. I think what are the things that inspires me to draw is faces and coloring skin. Like if I ever wanted to draw painterly, it’s always the face that I want to draw and then I’ll finish like painting the face and then I’ll be kind of burnt out with that drawing and I wont finish the rest of it. I have so many started and not finished like full body drawings, that only the face is painted, [Laughs] Abandoned art. It’s just what I’m drawn to It’s just the part I like to do the most. There’s nothing thing wrong with that and I don’t regret starting those drawings I just have no interest in finishing them. Now I’m moving into adding in the shading and the way I’m going to do this is by mixing the ink with water to get different tones. I actually ended up with three different tones, a light, a medium and a dark. They’re all pretty light because I mixed a lot of water in there because I don’t want them to get mixed in with that circle background or with any of the line art. I want them to definitely stand alone. I started by coloring in the hair. I thought this might be one of the darker elements of the drawing, but looking back with hindsight, [Laughs] I think I should have left the hair completely white and then colored in the skin darker, because the hair interacts with that dark circle behind it the most so having that white contrast I think, would have been really cool. I also used this same color to add shading to that back leg that she’s sitting on. This separates it from the front leg and gives it some depth. Here’s me lazily using my spray bottle to fill my pallete. I hate getting up and going to the sink. It’s like 17 steps there and back, that’s over 30 steps. My pedometer
is not prepared for that sort of physical activity (So I like to use my spray bottle.) [Laughs] Anyway, I mixed a darker color this time and I’m using this to color in the character’s outfit. I pictured the outfit having… Really bold, big shapes like circles and triangles, like a really out there vintage pattern but when I started coloring in the skirt, I threw that out the window [Laughs] and then when I got up to the top I remembered it. So I started adding in circles, but I didn’t put enough thought into it. It was kind of like: “Oh, oops I forgot.” And then I started adding in these circles and then they look like this. Which I don’t hate but I pictured there being like a mixture, originally, of shapes like triangles and circles and squares. Something like that. It does look bad, I think it does have a bit of a vintage vibe that I’m digging I think
at this point I realized there wasn’t enough contrast. So I went
in and darkened the entire skirt section of her dress I picked her being in a dress. It’s like an empire waist – What’s that? Cowls neck? What is that called? I guess it’s just an oval neckline…? I thought that was like a- It’s like a boat neckline or something? Anyway… I’m gonna look up boat neck. Yeah, it is a boat neck. Okay. [Laughs] And it basically just added darkness wherever
I thought it needed like just a little bit of extra depth and I think by darkening up the hair, it actually made her face pop a little bit more. Which gave me the idea to start shading in the face. I know I had already done it with the pencil, but I thought by adding in a little bit of ink, I could really make it pop even more and give it some more dimension. Then I used a white gel pen. My current favorite is the Sakura Decorese white gel pen. and I used this to adds a little magic sparkles in the sky. They could be stars like she’s sitting on the roof or something looking up at the sky. I don’t know. That’s up for interpretation. I mean in reality, it’s just a bunch of lines and blobs on a piece of paper. So if you can get anything from it, I’ll be happy. Then I waited for it all to dry again This didn’t take quite as long because the ink is now saturated with water, which is going to dry faster than ink usually does. So about like an hour, maybe, later, I went in with my Sakura Decorese white gel pen again, and I started adding in little like pops and like pizazz, you know, like hair strands coming off of her hair, that makes it look less like a solid shape and little highlights on her cheeks and her nose and like hands, and kneecaps and things like that. [Laughs] I also had like a little stripe at the hem of her skirt with like contrasting thread and I tried to resist it, but I just couldn’t. [Laughs] I added a big white line all around the entire character, separating it from that black circle. And it’s just – it just pops. I just love it. It looks cartoony. It looks like a sticker. I’m not trying to recreate real life here. [Laughs] If that’s
what I wanted, I would have got into photography. Oh, then I actually used my col-erase pencil to add a little bit more pink here and there, basically use it to fix anything I forgot. [Laughs] Definitely not my best, but also not my worst so. I’ll take it. I think a big thing about Inktober is just being able to put what you drew today behind you, learn from it without letting it overwhelm you and then starting up again tomorrow. I think that’s like the biggest lesson that Inktober taught me last year because I had quite a few where I was just like, !I don’t like this” but I shared it anyway,. Not that you have to post the art you don’t like. I don’t think anyone should ever be forced to post something that they don’t like. I feel like I have a platform where it’s important that I show you that not all art is perfect and not all art is terrible. So it’s just, you – there’s mediocre, okay. You can have mediocre art. I think giving up is the only way to fail at art. If you create something and it’s not great, you’ve probably learned something from it. Even if it doesn’t feel like it and feel free to hide it under your bed. [Laughs] Nothing wrong with that. I guess I added in some more shading. Oh, I like that. I forgot about that. I added shading on the dress. Gives it a lot more depth and makes it look less like a flat shape and here
we have my finished drawing for today’s Inktober. Again. [Laughs] Anyway, thank you guys for watching. I hope you enjoyed
coming along with me on today’s inktober journey, if you want to follow the entire Inktober journey, I’ll be posting as much as possible over on my Instagram and I’ll have a link in the description for that. Good luck with all your little inky drawings. [Laughs] Now I want to dress squid. Anyway, thank you guys for watching. I’ll see you guys all next week and hope you have a delicious evening full of waffles. Bye! ♪


  • happy_ sunflower says:

    Im late sry but…that drawing was wonderfull!!! U dont have to answer but can i use ur idea of a circle behind a character ill make

  • Koffee Kat says:

    I LOVED Bewitched. My daughters name is Tabatha which was inspired by Tabitha Stevens (Samantha's daughter).

  • Aaron Cook says:


  • Jin xSounds says:

    Hey can you reviews Darice Studio 71, skin tone, alcohol based markers? I’d love that very much but ofc u don’t have to 😊

  • CKing says:

    Ok, but am I still allowed regular torture myself?

  • Umaru Chan says:

    Do should draw an e-girl

  • alex cotting says:

    Maybe you should try to make a small comic with the India ink?

  • alex cotting says:

    Rin, I heard whistling in the background at 10:01 WHO WAS THAT!!!

  • Shynique Bicknell says:

    I wanted to do inktober this year. 4 days in i noticed it was October 😩

  • I'mSufferingFrom CoffeeWithdrawal says:

    I started doing inktober when its already seven days in so…. I have a lot to catch up to and I finished seven pieces already but I have another three to catch up too.

    When working on my inktobers I realized I take a lot more time to think about the color contrast rather than just slapping color into my pieces, like what waffles always do when similar colors are next to each other. I'm kinda liking ink more than watercolor now……

  • I'mSufferingFrom CoffeeWithdrawal says:

    The perspective thing also gets to me. One second my proportion look great The next, the head is too big the arms are too long and the torso is too small. WHY

  • Cat Girl says:

    I love the vintage feel!

  • Sir S'more says:

    At the beginning of the month I was SOOOO ready excited to do Inktober, I did 1 1/2 days, and then I had to give up. 😶👌

  • g0në says:

    I looked at the thumbnail amd felt called out…

  • Sir S'more says:

    Rin, riddle me this…
    How the heck are you so adorable!?! 😳😂❤

  • Hope Fae says:

    bewitched is 100% as good as you remember

  • VSCO Girl? Emerald says:

    You should make a Inktober Polroid Picture.

  • Melinda Rivera says:

    You are so cute 😊😊😊😊

  • Moon _ says:

    whats that white pen you used for the outline and details???

  • Xxmargacha’sYTxX says:

    Love you’re vids 😀

  • Cadence-nature-day says:

    I watched this while procrastinating on my art homework.

  • Reese Devivo says:

    please do a wreck this journal!!!!

  • Citlaly Farfan says:

    Yesterday was my birthday… Oof-

  • Krystal Harper says:

    I can skip a day? I haven’t even STARTED… And I’m not good at taking prompts…

  • Shannon Pamplin says:

    Hi Rin, I am new to your channel and I really love your reviews of the different art supplies you get in the monthly boxes. If possible, I would love to see a review of the ARTEZA alcohol based sketch markers. I know ARTEZA is usually a really good affordable brand, but I'd like to see what you think of them. 😊

  • Ifrah Daber says:

    Says " I dream of genie " : NOSTALGIA HAS AWAKEN:

  • Christa Keesee says:

    love the cute font with the demon voice. muah

  • Catherine Zastrow says:

    One of these days it would be fun to see a Wish marker review!! 😁

  • Johannes says:

    Ok but how is inktober more fun this year?

  • Its a Tiepo Productions says:

    When you say "Draw for fun." quickly it sounds a lot like "Get the F away from me" in Swedish. I learned this teaching 2nd graders art in Sweden.

  • c brown says:

    im behind in inktober but honestly i dont mind even if im still doing it in mid november i really like the idea of 31 drawings i wouldn't have otherwise drawn but i am a slow patient perfectionist and when i don't take my time when i make art im less happy with it

  • Nimerya Spawnbrød says:

    quick tip
    yes, china ink dries after a couple hours, so you can erase the construction draw after a few hours without damages (as in dragging or blotching eventual fresh ink), but it's better to wait the next day anyway, since the extra time will let the ink set and "cure" properly, so you can remove the underdraw without tampering with that slightly glossy, characteristic effect of this kind of inks 😉

  • Emma Sanlon says:

    rin pls just open then spray bottle and pour the water in instead of spraying till it’s a good level 😂

  • Ivivion says:

    Im not and i am happy to follow the inktober prompts :3 i may not be good at it, but i love putting a take into a perspective :3

  • Caspian says:

    Ive had such a hard time with inktober this year, i didnt know if i wanted to do a theme for the whole thing and follow the promts with the theme, or if i didnt, ive ended up burning myself out before day 1 by just freaking out with the planning, ive decided that instead of doing a drawing every day i’ll follow the prompt and hopefully finish all 31 before the end of the year so i at least feel happy that i did all the prompts, even if it wasnt finished during october ^^’ so at least i know others arent as ravenous against artists who dont do inktober or dont finish it or do them late, i’ll maybe do it properly next year with a theme 🤷‍♂️ i quite like themed series type stufffs

  • Ilumnica says:

    Squid art incomming!

  • Joyce Porter says:

    I skipped a whole week mainly because I have been feeling horrible needing to get my wisdom teeth taken out so my motivation level is low

  • Makaiya Williams says:

    What are all of your erasers called and where did you get them. I seriously am wanting to know. Especially the one I believe that like folds or molds or something idk, but I really want to know.

  • Shannon Tonner says:

    When did you start your art videos thing……lol I don’t know how to pronounce it. Love you ❤️❤️

  • Teal Lion Comics Tâm says:

    Bacteria grows in ink? Whyyy? I mean I’ve heard of drinking the paint water…… but WHO is eating ink that they need to worry about that?

  • Jamafly says:

    This year I've been doing inktober doodles and inking the ones I like. And it's been so much nicer

  • •memerdoodlist• animations says:

    i know this isn't related to the video, but…i checked the "about" section of your channel. it said that your one hundred subscriber milestone is on october 19! that's my birthday, so now i have more things to be happy about.

  • Eve Miller says:

    Has she ever showed her face??????

    Like if she should 👍🏻

  • Lorna says:

    Hahahahaha when you said ‘I decided to give her a kitty cat’, I heard ‘I decided to give her a gay dad’ im crying 😂😂😂

  • Burnt Lettuce says:

    Or you can cheat by drawing more than one piece for a day

  • ExoPrism Beauty says:

    Thank you so much for expressing this! It was exactly what I needed to hear. The first couple days worked out great, but for the prompt bait, I couldn’t think of anything that hadn’t been already done a ton or wasn’t cliche. So I froze up feeling like I had to follow the prompts since that’s how I started, plus it’s my first year participating. Anyhow, i realized that most of the prompts weren’t inspiring me at all and I started dreading creating. I have 0 tolerance for drawing things that I feel are boring. So now I’m just creating whatever I want and it feels so much better!! Love this piece! Can’t wait to see what else you come up with! Also, curious if you’ve ever considered a desk easel or even those little round guys that prop your work up at an angle? I’ve noticed a big change in getting the perspective I want when I switched to sketching this way. So not fun to work on a drawing for a couple hours just to realize it looks totally different when you stand it up' Thanks again for sharing your thoughts on keeping inktober relaxed and enjoyable'

  • Darkseid Ethereal says:

    Yeah I definantly burned myself out in the first 4 days haha

  • Dog without Doubt says:

    I thought for inktober I was being lazy for skipping one day but just hearing, “Inktober doesn’t have to be TORTURE skip a day if you need to” makes me calm down a little putting less stress. I’ve been stressing for 9 days and when I think my drawing isn’t good enough I delete my post and redo my drawing again and again, and if I don’t like it, I do it again which is an absolute TOOOORRRTUUUUURRREEE because I never done inktober before and this was the first time I’m starting it and I’m already stressed the first day I first started inktober since all my friends were doing it.. I didn’t want to be left out. But leaving a day or two, made me feel super lazy and watching this video actually made me more chilled^^ (so thank you waffles)

    just don’t like when things aren’t perfect but really, it’s the person who sees the drawing who decides if it’s perfect or not so what was I worrying about? Nothing is perfect xD

    After watching this video, it made me think about giving my time off. There was a time where I did do art for 2 whole months just to improve but that was also torture even it wasn’t inktober at the time lol

    Waffles, your drawing is so good tho but you say it’s something simple~?

  • Dalal De says:

    I’m right handed too ✌️also I’m from Saudi Arabia 😁

  • Ioana Pacurar says:

    Could you try UPCRATE ART BOX?

  • Kassandra Perron says:

    Hi! I love your art style! I would like to ask you for a special little project if you are interested you can write me 🙂 i would LOVE for you to do the art i have in mind 🙂 keep up the amazing work <3 luv

  • Zeez says:

    So many good quotes in this video though. "I think giving up is the only way to fail at art"

  • Misa Misaa says:

    My 1st year of inktober I only did one week & the only oneI felt like I liked it was for "divided" where I did Espeon & Umbreon, my favourite eeveelutions, so last year I decided to just draw pokemon & look & behold at the end of the month I had first 31 pokemon in my notebook. This year I'm doing pokemon again, but this time those that fit prompts & after doing ink outline, I color them in with water color (and some inktense pencils xP)

  • Galaxy Gacha says:

    I want to draw just like you! If I could show you my art, Would you redraw it for me? Please read!

  • Nóra Fenyőházi says:

    Sorry but how are you supposed to use your dip pen without dipping it in the ink? Btw I always dump my fountain pen inks back in the bottle if I want to change colour and I still have some in the pen and haven't had any problems with inks going bad so far.

  • rainbow river says:

    I drew the first day and then never again. Cool

  • Aludra Kijurorin says:

    "Giving up is the only way to fail art." I agree with this so much.

  • Laurie says:

    "The only way to fail at art is not to do it!"

  • Scarlette Artist says:

    Hey Rin, i dont know if you take suggestions, buy i think it would be really cool if for one of your inktober drawings you typed your prompt followed by an article of clothing and stuff into pinterest and another pinterest tells me what to draw video i really lived and enjoyed the last, 💖

  • Laroucelle * says:

    As someone who has a longer torso and short legs… she looked completely normal to me. LOL

  • Anouk Arias-Duval says:

    i love bewitched

  • M Indigo says:

    I’m a normal person with school and homework so I don’t have time to color with ink also my ink is very messy

  • Emarella says:

    1:41 That moment when you wipe at your screen and realize you're trying to help Rin clear off the eraser dust from her desk…

  • Aiza Baano says:

    You should do a "drawing something with every colour" video but with white materials on black paper!!!

  • Labiba Haque says:

    My art is ugly and your drawings are beautiful!!!!😭😰😪😩🙍🏽👎🏼📝

  • Labiba Haque says:

    I love your art so much!!!🙎🏽👏🏽👍🏼✏️🎑🎥

  • Labiba Haque says:


  • Labiba Haque says:

    I love inktober 👇🏼

  • Ivy Gilliam says:

    At the moment I'm not happy with any of the inktobers I've done. I'm just hopeing that next year I'll be able to really see improvement or something.

  • Awfxlme says:

    Hi Waffle! I’ve recently bought some cheap Markers, but I’m so unexperienced that I don’t know if they suck or not.

    They are Artist's Loft Alcohol based Markers, and they are cheaper then Copics. I believe I got them at Michael's.

    Can you review them?

  • Shiningstar VA says:

    Did anyone else hear the whistling

    No just me ….okay

  • ジャステイナJustina Kocher says:

    I am so happy you put this out there. I struggle on mental and physical level and when I can't produce something for, lets say 4 days because of these struggles, I would feel horrible like I'm slacking, im a bad artist, etc. BUT! I am trying to get past this feeling and to take it easy and I end up drawing the prompt or at least my prompt later down the road. Inktober is a huge challenge for me but I'm growing happily this year too, as I'm sure everyone is. I just really appreciate you saying that it's ok to not torture yourself. <3

  • Cupid's stable says:

    Can you do a tutorial on how to do a girl face? Like a new one for this year 😶😶😶😆😆

  • saturn *:・゚ says:

    I love how since you have a completely different time zone than I do, the days you upload I always get to wake up to one of your videos 🎃💖

  • Kiiwx says:

    wait what is inkotber I’m a artist and I have no idea what this is

  • ペン画マン says:

    That’s impressive!

    I am drawing a picture too.

  • forgxtten luna says:

    if your trying to challenge your self you could draw guys because you don't usually do that also like 3 months ago i recommended that you draw all your favorite girl characters as boys because i feel like that's a good idea

  • Hammished7 says:

    Have you watched Stephan Bucher here on YouTube? He does monsters out of ink blots. It’s not at all like your work but it may be something different that may be inspiring esp since it’s inktober.

  • Um Yeah says:

    "I don't regret starting those drawing.
    i just have no interest in finishing them"

    My life man, my life

  • animeninjayaya says:

    I split second decided not to do it this year. It's not like I'm not doing art stuff. I was in the middle of a project I was enjoying (painting miniatures) And didn't want to stop just for inktober or I would never get my other project done. And there was no way I was doing both. Did not have time for that.

  • Kylee Garlick says:

    You think your drawing is bad but it perfect I love it I really wish I could draw

  • Ellie says:

    She's so cute! She kinda looks like Luna Lovegood

  • TheCursereaper says:

    Been going strong here too! Definitely glad I found you, ‘cause it’s been a big help with just, as you say, just sitting down for a bit and drawing stuff 🙂

  • GamingwithLucky says:

    Which art bow do you recommend? Or in other words which is your favorite most useful subscription. Thx!

  • Adventure Cards Kids TV says:

    How Do You Do It? I can barely draw a stick figure… Great video.

  • My Kookie says:

    For Inktober you should try and use Tattoo ink!

  • Addie R says:

    That jump at 5:40 when you filled in the eyebrows solidified me falling in love with this drawing. I looooove the eyebrows! (and everything else haha)

  • Audrey Pinkowski says:

    I love your channel so so much. Remember to never stress yourself and if you need a break,take it! We'll understand. Also make sure you stay hydrated UwU ❤💜💙

  • BaileyBoo says:

    “Stress” -Rin 2019

  • Wild filly love horses and hobby horsing says:

    Ha ha I’m the other way around I draw all body and then there’s no face 💀 NO FACE sometimes its scary

  • Svea says:


    Now I want to draw a squid!!! uwu! – rin

  • Joyce Garcia says:

    Do the 10 art style and 10 youtuber art style challenge!!!

  • Betta Buddies says:

    I'm sticking with the Official prompt list. But I'm working ahead and catching up. I'll Do it when the prompts strikes. Today I did three but I skipped them for two days. I'm still creating more art than I have in the last year so it a been great just drawing again. This challenge inspires different goals in different artists. 🙂

  • Isobel E says:

    I was doing so well but my art block decided to take over this week 🙂

  • yukihibara says:

    I totally forgot about inktober😂 I did the first two days, then after I slept on the second night. I completely forgot I was doing the challenge🤣

  • Stas Game says:

    why is she so much like piediepie?)

  • Annie Elms says:

    i really like your drawing styles for your character

  • Mack Field says:

    Plz draw my icon plz
    I have long brown hair

  • Frost_Paladin 100 says:

    I dont know what it is, but the character (and her cute wittle kitty) look like a kind of space witch to me.


  • creative kashu says:

    Your real name is…?

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