Time and time again, I've tried to stick it through the Inktober challenge. It never seemed to last beyond the first two weeks. Guess what! It's finally happened -- I completed the Inktober challenge!
I think the biggest factor which allowed me to complete the challenge was the fact that I finally decided to follow the KISS rule: keep it simple, stupid. I tried to do way too much last year, and as soon as other obligations (see: school) started to pick up I was quickly and utterly overwhelmed and burned out on drawing.
Another fun part: these drawings were made as a part of my world building endeavor as related to my tabletop RPG homebrew world. This world is, in fact, hosted on the wonderful site many know as World Anvil.
Because I finished the challenge while following their prompts, my profile earned itself a shiny Inktober 2018 participation badge. How fun!
My work was featured on the World Anvil blog in the Inktober week one roundup, which is exciting -- and that's because they had their own set of Inktober prompts to follow!
My profile: Evisane
Blog Feature: World Anvil Blog
If you're a nerd and want to know more about World Anvil (and I highly recommend you do!), be sure to visit their website and make an account. There are so many innovative features for writers and storytellers to bring their worlds to life, and they're always updating the site with even more features!
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