Stacked City in Pen and Ink, Inktober Day 2(.5)

Oh my gosh, you guys, it’s so much cuter in color! The black and white on the left was my #inktober production for Day 2, Inspired by this photo of Norway.

Stacked Housing in progress, pen and ink with Copic Markers
Final image 2.5″ x 3.5″ art card size

And here is a progress shot of the Scouting Team from the other day. You may notice I changed the eyepiece on the horse, as well as the drape of the hood. Also working on the background.

Scouting Team, in progress
6″ x 6″, pen and Copics

Thanks for dropping in! Hello to Paint Party Friday!

18 thoughts on “Stacked City in Pen and Ink, Inktober Day 2(.5)

  1. BrownPaperBunny

    Ahh, those houses are too cute for words. Every year I say I will do Inktober and every year I forget until half way through. Think it’s too late to start?

    Happy PPF!

    1. The Beast Tender Post author

      Too late? Don’t be crazy, it’s not late in the least! I didn’t even hear about Inktober until this year. I just happened to see it recently but I don’t recall where.

  2. Kat

    I love those houses, they are beautiful and so well done, I also love the houses in bottles below, such character!

  3. Julie

    I love the way your stacked houses turned out! So cute! I’ve actually never heard of Inktober either. I may have to check that out!

  4. faye

    Wow! I thought the line drawing of the stacked houses was superb. Then I saw it in color! Gorgeous. You are so good with the Copic markers.

  5. Beth

    I love your stacked houses–it reminds me of places I’ve visited back East. They are really cute–and I loved the colors. I also adore your drawing of horse and girl. How unusual and creative. I love the detail–and I enjoy seeing how that drawing has progressed. :D

  6. sheila 77

    You’ve made such skilful drawings. I like the houses and I enjoyed your progress shots and seeing how you added to each stage. The final houses picture is terrific with all the houses so close together.
    I like the horse drawing too, very imaginative.

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