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54 more werewolf illustrations & paintings from #Inktober

A. Quinton — Dec. 9th 2016

Two months ago I shared werewolf art highlights from the first week of world-wide monster-centric art jam #Inktober. Then I sort of ditched out on the back half of October and all of November, so as part of making amends to you, the faithful reader, (and to satisfy my own need to See All The Werewolf Art), I’ve picked up from where the last post stopped.

Here are some highlights from the spooky, clever, corny, funny, sexy werewolf art folks shared on Twitter and Instagram between October 7th and October 17th. I’ll post the 17th – 31st highlights soon. See something you really like? Let the artist know!

The feature image on this post is by Fredrik Eden.

#Inktober #7 #inktober2016 #werewolf

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Day 9: The moon's persuasive light #inktober #inktober2016 #werewolf #wolfman

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#Inktober Day 9, #werewolf are classy gents. Not all of them are vicious

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The struggles of the everyday Werewolf. #inktober day 10 #halloween #werewolf #spooky #monsterproblems

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Wherewolf? There wolf! #werewolf #wolfman #inktober #inktober2016 #sketch #drawing #cartoon #monster penbrush

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Inktober. Day 14. #werewolf, Duh! 😆 Always fun to draw. #inktober #inktober2016 #penandink #monster

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Day 14: #werewolf #drawlloween2016 #inktober #retro #cartoons #illustration #character #design #wolf #halloween

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53 werewolves from #Inktober’s first week

A. Quinton — Oct. 7th 2016

Now that the 10th month of the year is upon us, it’s time for Inktober, the self-directed month-long art jam that illustrators, painters, doodlers and artists of all types undertake as a daily practice. There’s an official site, but no one in my Twitter feed adheres to its seasonally agnostic list of prompts.

Every participant I know uses Inktober as an excuse to get even deeper into the spirit of Halloween and seems to be referencing one of multiple shared spooky daily prompt guides. It’s like Draw A Werewolf Day, every day!

Collected here in one place are 53 pieces of werewolf art I found on Twitter and Instagram, selected from this Inktober’s first seven days. Enjoy, and make sure you let the artists know you like their work!

The feature image on this post is a cropped segment of a piece by Camille Alaras.

Lunch break #inktober doodle. Pretty #werewolf #ink #sketch

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Day 3 transformation #inktober #ink #transformationtuesday #werewolf

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Day 4 – #inktober #inktober2016 #werewolf

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4. Werewolf #inktober #drawlloween

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Lonnie the Woofboy for #werewolfwednesday #NODDC #werewolf #wolfman #watercolor #inktober #october #halloween

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Day 5 of #inktober – "Werewolf"! #inktober2016 #werewolf #drawlloween #drawing

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Day 5: Werewolf/sad #inktober #inktober2016 #werewolf

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Wolfman (6/31) #inktober #drawlloween #drawlloween2016 #inktober2016 #wolfman

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Day 5 of #Inktober and #mabsdrawlloweenclub : Werewolf! Myla made a split-page transformation, and I made a cranky teenage were-girl.

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"Where o where did my kibble go?" #sad #werewolf #inktober #inktober2016 #mabsdrawlloweenclub

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Welcome to #Julycanthropy

A. Quinton — Jul. 6th 2017

I love a good werewolf-themed event hashtag. I even tried starting one myself, to middling success. (Pro tip: don’t expect your art-related group thing to pop off if you don’t really draw anything yourself). Enter #Julycanthropy, the preferred portmanteau of summertime werewolves everywhere.

Originally coined (as near as I can tell) on Twitter last year by Tiffany Turrill, Julycanthropy is a great excuse to draw werewolves for an entire month. It’s like Inktober with all of those pesky non-lycanthrope prompts removed. Participating artists generally post their daily drawings on Twitter under the #julycanthropy tag, where the rest of us can enjoy the wide variety of thematic interpretations.

Collective, decentralized events like this are awesome because anyone can do whatever they like, but for those wanting a common set of prompts to work from, may I recommend Maria Nynfa‘s list:

The featured image on this post (used with permission) is a work-in-progress shot by Ben G Geldenhuyscheck out the finished piece here.