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Every October, artists all over the world take on the FInktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.

Anyone can do FInktober, just pick up a pen and start drawing.


  • Fun Team Competition
  • Accountability
  • Daily Drawings to spark creativity.
  • Weekly Zoom Drawing Parties

Post your drawings daily for all to see so we can keep each other motivated, keep the creativity flowing and maybe even make a few pieces we like.

Title them, including the date. Add anyone that you think may be interested in the challenge and lets have fun. 

We’ve named it Finktober because Finks = weird monsters and crazy characters in the lowbrow art world.

We will be putting together teams of artists - draw with your team and meet other artist.

Though we do not guarantee the sale of your drawings, many artist use this as an opportunity for portfolio or sales.


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What People Are Saying:

“I advanced a good bit I feel. Still far away from what I have in my head and actually want to get on the paper... But a tiny step closer. 🙂 And not letting the group down got me to draw, even if I didn't wanted to. ”

“I feel more pumped than dreading. Inktober has pushed me into inking, and now I have different routes to choose from. Shading and coloring are definitely on the horizon. My drawing habit is quite established, after Inktober I may not finish a drawing every day but I will still draw every day but want to go into more detail on each drawing. The team thing has been great too. I am happy I was a part of it.”

“It has been so much fun! And I have got so much new inspiration, so I am so full of new ideas and projects that I am now jumping on to.”

“It has been a lot of fun, I enjoyed it too. Maybe it was the fact that we're all trying to create from the same word, or the friendly "competition" between groups - I can't say for sure. But it worked!”