Now, it sounds simple, but the past few years, I've seen #Inktober images shared on social media, and been a little scared. Although the creator of Inktober, artist Jake Parker, says that you can do as much or as little as you like, I know that I'd feel disappointed with myself if I didn't manage all 31 days.
So I've had a plan - and created a single sheet of paper, where I can do just a little doodle each day!
There are two PDFs at the bottom if you want to download and use one yourself.
Using the prompt sheet created by Inktober, I've created two grids, one landscape and one portrait, (I've not yet decided which one I'll use!)
My plan is to perhaps link some of the images across the boxes of the grid - my roasted and tranquil doodles may be part of the preceding poisonous one.
You can download my PDFs to have your own little doodle sheet below - I'd love to know if you're planning to use them - drop me a comment below and I'll give you a follow if you plan to share your #inktober creations online.
You can find out all about Inktober, and where to follow it on social media to see lots of great images, here: inktober.com
Easy Doodle Sheet PDFs