By now, you know what this is all about. Perpetuitink continues with another very timely installment of Inktober. After our previous, I dunno, success? we decided to get back to the basics this year: one drawing per day, prompted by a confused machine learning model. This year, A.I. Weirdness came up with a few themes, so we opted to pick and choose from each as we went, resulting in the least coherent version of this we’ve attempted yet.
As a refresher, the rules of Perpetuitink are simple: just draw what the horrible AI tells you to, whatever that means to you. We do not share or discuss our drawings until all are completed and this compilation post is made. This must be suffered alone. You can read a more in depth explanation of all this back when we kicked off the Perpetuitink initiative two years ago. Or don’t. These drawings will still be here either way, taunting you.
In yet another classic WNV-style entirely-on-purpose-fuck-you twist, Scawt managed to extrude almost all of the prompts almost entirely on time, while Pope came in a bit late. By which I mean he did them all in March instead. Of the next year. Nailed it, dude. And so, this is less of an Inktober and more of an Inktoberch. You’ll also see a few Pope posts standing alone, shortly followed by a single combined Scawt artwork that both recovers from missed days and explains why in a viscerally upsetting way. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: calendars are cuckolds and we do not care for their opinions.