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Video: Inktober Watercolor Painting (Day 7 – Cat + Sci-Fi Mashup Cartoon)

As promised in yesterday’s post, here is a video of me painting Saturday’s Inktober cartoon. I decided to break the videos up in two to make them shorter. Like the first video, this one was live streamed on my personal Facebook page. I don’t know if I will continue live streaming video there or just go back to the Clattertron Facebook Page. Watch my video below! – Daniel J. Hogan… Read More »

Video: Inktober Inking (Day 7 – Cat + Sci-Fi Mashup Cartoon)

Feast your eyes upon a new video of me inking another Inktober cartoon. This was Saturday’s cartoon (see the finished version on my Patreon, for free). I livedstreamed this video on my personal Facebook page (as a public post, mind you). I wanted to see how the reach compared to streaming on the Clattertron Facebook page. Watch my video below! It’s about 25 minutes. I have another video of me… Read More »

Video: Inktober Day 1 Inking and Painting

October is here, and with it comes one of the holiest months on the cartoonist calendar: Inktober. What is Inktober? Inktober is a month-long drawing challenge. You create 31 “ink” drawings in 31 days. It may sound easy, but trust me, it will test your limits. I’ve attempted it twice in the past, and only completed once. The official rules say to share the drawing on social media with the… Read More »

Review: Pentel Fude Extra Fine Tip Brush Pen

Each brush pen is different. Some are great for sketching, others are better for fine details (JetPens offers this handy brush pen guide). Last time, I reviewed the Pentel Pocket Brush Pen, which many cartoonists love (including myself). Note: this post first appeared on my other website, clattertron.com. Today, I’m reviewing another Pentel Brush Pen, the Fude Extra Fine Tip Brush Pen. (I learned about both pens via the Inktober website)

Review: Pentel Pocket Brush Pen

I always wanted to try a Pentel Pocket Brush Pen. Why? Aside from adding to my ever-growing pen collection, I like the look brush pens offer when it comes to inking. Note: this post first appeared on my other website, clattertron.com. Strokes from brush pens are the weird uncles¹ at the pen family reunion: average one moment, wobbly the next, and always random.