Pinktober 2020

November 10, 2020

Traditionally, I usually participate in Inktober (as I have in 2019, 2018, and 2017). I decided not to do Inktober this year due to the drama around Jake Parker. Plenty of artists are still doing Inktober this year, but I decided this is a good way to use a bunch of my Culture Hustle Pinkest Pink (by doing pink stuff), even though it’s not necessary that you have to, you know, draw or use pink. Like Inktober, Semple provides prompts that you can use if you want. I usually don’t use the prompts, but use it as a way to do daily drawings for at least a month. I’ve been feeling quite creatively cramped this year for obvious reasons, so I’m trying to force myself through so perhaps I can start something that I can pick up later (or drum up some new illustration ideas).

I just wanted to share some of my favorites from this year. I used a lot of Pinkest Pink, which, due to its fluorescent nature, doesn’t scan well, but hopefully I’ve managed to tweak it enough to be visible.

Here are my chosen favorites!

Which ones do you like the best? Let me know in the comments!

Aimee Cozza is a freelance illustrator out of Southern New Hampshire. She graduated from the New Hampshire Institute of Art in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in illustration. Since then, she has been working in a variety of ways completing various illustrations for clients, friends, and for herself.

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2 thoughts on “Pinktober 2020”

  1. They’re all so beautiful (and pink)! <3 Choosing is hard – but I think I especially love the ballet poses. They're so elegant and full of motion.

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