Day 28's Inktober drawing is a stained glass stag - I find deer to be majestic and mystical, and wouldn't be at all surprised to see one making its way across a church window.
My twenty-eighth Drawlloween is skeletons in love.
Day 26's Inktober drawing is inspired by my latest viewing of Corpse Bride, one of many movies I like to watch every year around Halloween.
My twenty-sixth Drawlloween is masquerade prep, complete with Venetian mask, bejeweled amulet, and a little drink of something before joining the party.
Day 22's Inktober drawing is another hair and fashion sketch - if I hadn't become an illustrator, I would have loved to design/photograph/model clothes.
My twenty-second Drawlloween is a raven, and he'll need a scarf if he's going to fly in these cold windy months.
Day 21's Inktober drawing is a reminder that every Back to the Future movie has now taken place in the past.
My twenty-first Drawlloween is an alien, from Alien, just sitting up and using its second mouth to drink from a bottle. They grow up so fast... and then they kill you.
Thank you everyone for your patience - I clearly let the ball drop on daily drawings during my out of town travels, but I'm happy to be back for the rest of October.
Day 8's Inktober drawing is an orca trying to fly with some tropical birds - I definitely have my upcoming Florida trip on my mind.
My eighth Drawlloween is a zombie, and while I'm not a fan of zombies as a monster in general, there is something morbidly fun about drawing a rotting reindeer.
Day 7's Inktober drawing is some fashion sketching for shoulder jewelry, an accessory that makes me wish for more sleeveless summer days.
My seventh Drawlloween is a haunted house which, while haunted, wouldn't be too bad to live in with a little paint and a few nails.
Day 6's Inktober drawing is a big black cat, a photo negative of my own fluffy white cat.
My sixth Drawlloween is pumpkins, seen here as a group of emoticon jack o' lanterns.
Day 5's Inktober drawing is about dance, a passion of mine and something I love drawing because of the expression of movement in the limbs of the dancers.
My fifth Drawlloween is a werewolf, little and lonely, howling to the moon.
Day 4's Inktober drawing is a familiar friendly face - the Iron Giant, after seeing the signature edition in theaters this weekend.
My fourth Drawlloween is a vampire, or vampiress, as it were, with a few body parts still in transition from human to bat.
Day 3's Inktober drawing is based on a story I was told about a wolf and a fox becoming friends.
My third Drawlloween is a goblin, part Victorian, part Harry Potter, indicative of my growing excitement about visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter this month.
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