Since 2019, Carson Elis create this for a workshop she was planning and she was told they were interested in character design. She posted a bunch of them on instagram and, people just start drawing them. And then they asked for more prompts. So she made a regular thing and #transmundanetuesdays was born.
Jake Parker created Inktober in 2009 as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. It has since grown into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year.
Every October they created a list with some guide words for every day of the moth, you just need to post everyday and use the hashtag #inktober, this challenge will help you to create a daily habit for drawings and have a bigger community for sure.
3. Make your own Inktober list by Rebecca Green
A few artists and illustrators have created their list for Inktober, I think it’s a great idea to do the challenge but on your terms, drawing what you like and also sharing and inviting people and followers to participate with you.
4. Draw this in your style by Studio Hoffmann
Some artist you follow may have done this challenge over the years. I love it because it’s so simple, you just need post a drawing and share it with your community with the tittle Draw this in your style, they will do the rest in participating along with you. Also would be so helpful if you create
5. #funwithfaces by Charly Clements
Need inspiration for your next character? Charly Clements create this challenge that will help push your illustrations to the next level. She made different challenges during the year and the “Festive fun with faces prompts” is one made for holidays, this will help to create interesting characters with a specific vibe “Holidays”.