It’s November and we’re two months away in discovering which artist and his or her artwork gets crowned Eksentrika’s Art of the Year!

Last October was the Inktober month and boy do we have some amazing ink works to show you. But ofcourse, many of the artists also used other mediums as well with some following Inktober’s daily prompts.

So here they are, the best artworks we received and selected for October 2017.

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Adventure Time (Finn & Jake) by Noorman Izzat Marzukhi.

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Post apocalyptic father and daughter wanderer theme for Inktober by Syåmsul PS!

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Street art by Loctor Loom!

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Ellie Yong creates a powerful piece titled, “Where is the love?”

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Divided for #inktober by Mohammad Amin Nasory!

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Johnny Depp fan art by Fadzwan Wan using colour pencils!

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How to train your dragon, Xin Ying‘s version!

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Erique-KiddoArt‘s cute rendition on diversity.

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Sweet Dream by Fahmon Fiveroses.

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Nazrin Latipi Artworks created this for his beloved.

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It took Nicholas Quah Artworks two and a half years to complete this masterpiece!

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Padme Amidala by Muhammad Faisal Kassim. *Cue Star Wars theme*

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Unglamorous by Faizal Razali.

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Chen Zhi Yong‘s made full use of Inktober to create more Po-kaijin.

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Ruby Subramaniam‘s kolam for RapidKL to usher in Diwali 2017.

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Arif Rafhan Othman aka Superdoofus‘s Adventures of Fulemak Katak!

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A poisoned apple by Fatihah Fafa.

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Sea Dreamer by Manpreet Aulakh.

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Autumn is Ming Siew’s favourite season.

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This is apple was digitally painted by KATZE. Looks real right?

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Maggi goreng telur mata anyone? Art by the amazing Kopi Soh!

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Furious for #inktober by Emila Yusof.

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Eidlan Lakhawlez’s winning piece at the recently held Art Battle Malaysia #3!

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Weili Wonka‘s zombie patisserie for #inktober #inktober2017.

But ofcourse, Eksentrika’s Art of the Month will not be complete without revealing the art of the month.

And after stiff competition, here’s Gerald Chong‘s “Sword”, a skillfully artwork of a Samurai created based on Inktober’s daily prompt.

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Congratulations to all the artists – many of the artists above are members of the fast growing online art group; Doodle Malaysia – Do you doodle? Facebook group!

The winning artworks of all the 12-months will stand a chance to compete to become Eksentrika’s Art of the Year 2017. The winning artist will then receive a special surprise from us! Check out the previous art of the month here!

Interested to participate? Submit your best artwork to editors@eksentrika.com with the header “Art of the Month (enter month) 2017”. Do add short detail about the artwork such as the medium used and what inspired you to create it. Oh, please do include a link to your Instagram or Facebook page! Each artist can only submit one artwork per-month.