I'm not really using dA for any real purpose right now, but this is my official page in case you've come here from somewhere else. I'm more active over on Instagram, and have Facebook and Twitter accounts if you want to keep up to date with what I'm currently up to.
If you want to find me on YouTube, I go by a slightly different name (Aldo Ink)
I'm equally unactive on Tumblr, but I have an account there too.
Once again, Inktober is over, and overall it was pretty good. As with last year's drawings, I made a lot of mistakes but I'm happy with a lot of the pieces, and the point of the challenge is to improve, not to make perfect drawings, so I did okay. I made major errors on days 7 and 28, which meant I had to salvage what I could, and was close to giving up a couple of times. A lot of my original ideas went out the window, so I may use them for other drawings in the future. A common theme in my drawings from 2016 was a lack of background detail, so I tried to focus more on the backgrounds and environments this time around. I had days when I start
If you follow me on social media, you may have noticed all of my page art has become monochrome, and that's because Inktober has just started. If you're interested in taking part this year, check out this page: http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober
It's already six days in, but it isn't too late to catch up, and you don't have to do each day if you don't want to. There's an official prompt list if you need some inspiration: Inktober 2017 Prompts, and if you're strapped for time, you could even combine several prompts and cut down the amount of drawings you do.
This year, I'll also be posting 5 videos, showcasing one of my drawings, which you can