The epic InkTober is now finished for this year but we crammed in as much inky goodness as we could - our Dublin, Manchester and Toronto studios took part in the fun and gave us some GREAT submissions to browse through!
We shared a round up of the first half of the submissions earlier this month in Part One, now sit back and take a look through the final batch!
Background Artist James Chapman completes the InkTober challenge with these gorgeously vibrant pieces:
We can't get enough of 2D Animator Nuno Nobre's detailed inktober sketches:
Enjoy these dreamy inktober sketches from Layout Artist Teodolinda Cotti:
Storyboard Artist Ceili Braidwood completes the inktober challenge with her wonderful series of strong, bold graphics:
We simply love these delicate inktober sketches from 2D Animator Giulia Raniolo:
3D Modeller Alex Patoine keeps things quirky whith her inktober doodles!
Shotgun Administrator Danielle Mahaffey finds the inktober challenge to be a great way to push yourself creatively and explore:
Background Supervisor Melissa Rovere considers Inktober as a personal challenge to create something new every day!
Animation Supervisor Mitch Deslippe keeps it fun and original with his inktober doodles:
Producer Paula Potts finds participating in Inktober is a fun activity she can do in her spare time that allows her to experiment with different styles and drawing techniques:
Animator Brandon Lepine continues his inktober doodles with his weird and wonderful characters:
2D Animator Chloe Peters captures the beauty and majesty of wildlife in her inktober series:
Scene Set Up Artist Hope Phillips leaves us wanting more with her simple badge style doodles:
2D Renderer Louise Haywood's inktober sketches have a fairytalesque quality:
Layout Artist Pedro Martins completed the inktober challenge with these adorable doodles:
2D Artist Tracy Dalton teases us with her beautiful and intricate inktober sketches: