Inktober 2015: Week 2
Week 2 of #Inktober is here! A lot of artists have been posting their work using that newfangled internet box, here are some of the week’s highlights.
Angel Velasquez posts an old favorite (admit it) with Trap Jaw from He-Man. A lot of great detail work has been put into this piece.
— Angel Velasquez (@AngelDfallenOne) October 11, 2015
Kekai Kotaki gives us this rendering of “The Lion King”. This version looking as if the fight against Scar would have been a lot quicker.
— Kekai Kotaki (@KekaiKotaki) October 10, 2015
Everyone loves puns right? You’ll love this one by artist Lillian Lai from day 9 of Inktober.
— Lillian Lai (@Lillisketch) October 10, 2015
Peter Simeti gives us a throwback of a Batman he did.
— Peter Simeti (@petersimeti) October 9, 2015
Also need to mention Simeti’s version of the Goosebumps story “Ghost Beach” – it was the first Goosebumps book I ever read!
— Peter Simeti (@petersimeti) October 11, 2015
And then there’s this version of Batman by this guy named Jim Lee. Heard of him? He works on comic books I guess?
— Jim Lee (@JimLee) October 8, 2015
Of course this list wouldn’t be complete without a Werewolf Shark. Thanks to H.J for supplying one.
— H.J. (@HJeojeo) October 7, 2015
Sometimes that random sketch becomes something more. Here’s an entry from MattChee
— mattchee (@mattchee) October 6, 2015
Evan Yeti provides us with the secret behind Batman! No wonder he never drinks coffee in the comics…
— Evan Yeti (@EvanYeti) October 6, 2015
Getting ready for Trick-or-Treating this year? Anyone? I’ll just buy a bunch of candy and watch Hocus Pocus like last year…I mean…go to an awesome party.
— Oozyspoon (@Kozispoon) October 6, 2015
Oh…oh my. This amazingly talented artist by the name of Dan Leicht gives us another flawless rendition of Taz from the Looney Tunes. This time showcasing Taz as a Super Saiyan. Encore! Encore!
— Dan Leicht (@Deeliopunk) October 9, 2015
Week 2 of Inktober has brought out even more creativity (Werewolf shark) from an array of great artists. Still trying to recover from the nostalgia trip Simeti’s Ghost Beach sketch ignited, along with finding myself in awe of the detail Velasquez puts into his work. The Batman by Jim Lee is packed with detail as well, someone should really give that guy a break into comics.