The Inktober 2020 prompts and rules have officially been published, and fans are desperate to find out what they are. How to draw a fish, a wisp, and more. October isn’t just about Halloween with this name pun. It’s official: it’s 1 October 2020, so time to put away the Jack-O-Lanterns!
What is Inktober?
For those of you who are unfamiliar, Jake Parker founded the yearly month-long drawing challenge in 2009 to assist other artists improve their work and develop theirs.
Inktober has developed a huge following since its debut and has even inspired followers to start a new movement for September, Sketchtember, using the Instagram and Twitter hashtag #Sketchtember.
What are the Inktober 2020 prompts?
On the first of every month, the official Inktober website provides a list of prompts for participants to utilize as inspiration. The words are pulled mostly at random, but they’re designed to elicit an emotional response in those attempting to draw them.
Everyday in October, thousands of individuals across the world will use the hashtag #Inktober on social media to post their own ink-drawn interpretations of these questions.
Fans have wasted no time getting started on today’s Inktober prompt – fish.
Inktober 2020 day 1: Fish
If you’re considering participating, here are some more drawings for today’s topic to get you started.
The procedure is straightforward, as stated on the official website:
1) Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want).
2) Post it*
3) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober2020
You may also look at Inktobers Instagram account to see more of their own work! Here’s a list of other artistic competitions that may pique your interest.