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The prompts and rules of Inktober 2020 are officially released and people have struggled to figure out what they are. How to draw fish, wisp and more. Halloween is not the only trademark of October. It`s officially October 1, 2020, so move on to the Jack-O lanterns, Inktober is just around the corner! 1) Make an ink drawing (you can make a pencil drawing if you want).2) Post it*3) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober20204) Repeat drawlloween! Inktober2020! #fish #inktober2020 #Japanese For those of you who may not know, the annual month-long drawing challenge was created in 2009 by Jake Parker to enhance his own drawings and help other artists develop theirs. I love your colorful little rock daisies. Watching them brightens my day! Every day this month, thousands of people around the world will submit their own ink interpretations of these demands using the social media tag #Inktober. The first rule of Inktober is: You don`t talk about Inktober. Joke! Fans wasted no time getting started with today`s Inktober prompt – fish. Here is a list of other timed artistic challenges that may interest you.

Every year on October 1st, Inktober`s official website publishes a list of calls that challenge participants can draw inspiration from. The words are mostly chosen at random, but they are meant to evoke feelings in the artists who try to draw them. To see more of Inktober`s work, you can also visit his Instagram account! If you`re thinking about taking part in the challenge, here are some additional drawings for today`s call for inspiration. The rules are simple, straight from the official website, here they are: From the beginning, Inktober has built a huge following and even inspired fans to launch a new movement for the month of September – Sketchtember, with the tag Instagram and Twitter #Sketchtember.