Inktober 2017 PDF

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I completed #inktober2017 ! I published my last artworks this week on tuesday 31 (and then I spent the last part of the week to upgrade my computer to Ubuntu 17.10). 

Thank you again for all your feedback, you were a lot to follow my daily post on Mastodon, Twitter or Facebook and that was really cool. Thanks to my operating system being functional again, I spent a part of this week-end to review my Inktober artworks and scan each one of them in higher resolution and retouch them to keep only a black and white result. Then I made a high quality PDF version with all of them, ready to read or ready to print. Feel free to print it as a coloring book, publish it or tweak it for your e-book reader. The sources and result are distributed under CC-By, more information inside the PDF itself, page two. I hope you'll like it!









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License: CC-BY David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com, .

Tags: #ebook #inktober #traditional

14 comments

link Amic   - Reply

Very good job.

A little correction should be done on "Swift" page 3. The word is rendered white (so only visible when selected) on my pdf reader (evince).

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

Thank you Amic! Indeed; the title was under the picture. It should be fixed now ; I also fixed the "Ship" picture having a yellowish background. My *.icc screen calibration profile start getting old, I need to recalibrate monitors :)

link Alberto Chavez   - Reply

This is just an awesome gift.
Thank you so much!

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

:-)

link Alessander   - Reply

Absolutely gorgeous, great work! Thank you very much for the PDF.

"It's a magical world, Carrot, ol' buddy... let's go exploring!"

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

Thank you Alessander for the feedback!

link Sanger   - Reply

So "inkoktober" has been trademarked, mmm, I have been suspicious since know someone (?) give each day of inkoktober a theme, feels like ol' Microsoft... :P

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

Yes. Check the (TM) everywhere. http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober ; I'm sure the author made it only to protect his own usage of the name for commercial reason (tee-shirt, pack of tools, teaching). I'm sure it will never affect the community challenge, because it would be too much bad press. But for sure, a TM thing restrict reusing the name inside a CC-By product ; I need to protect and think to the small publisher who might want to print/publish this artwork against possible useles patent trolling.

link Ricardo Lane   - Reply

This is one of the best articles I have come across. Keep up the good work.

link Marwa   - Reply

amazing artworks here :) Thank you so much for sharing, being a promoter of open sourced art is really inspirational .

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

Thank you Marwa!

link Anonymouse   - Reply

I'm blown away with just how awesome this is. I'll be happy to donate when I can soon

link Anonymouse   - Reply

By the way, David. What hardware do you use to scan up your work in such high quality? Is it used with free software as well?

link David Revoy Author, - Reply

I have a USB CanonScan Lide220 ; and I use Sane from command line with it, and Xsane when I need a GUI. It's a good scanner.

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