History and Culcture Inktober prompts 2019

The real world offers decadence, splendour and marvels, and is filled with evidence of people and their stories that happened long before we were born. The history & culture inktober prompts explore the past and celebrate the wonder of culture and industry. The prompts have been divided into several sub-categories and you’ll find an explanation of each sub-category before the Pinterest board. To view the prompts please visit the Pinterest board and follow the link to the original prompt creator. Always remember to link back to them as credit. Inktober is an art prompt that was originally created in 2009 by Jake Parker who wantedRead More →

Unique Gifts for Academic Nerds!

Welcome to the third gift guide in the Ultimate Gift Guide series for geeks! This time I’m introducing you to buying gifts for gamer geeks. If you missed the introduction post  here’s a reminder of what an academic nerd is: Academic nerds are what most people think when you say ‘nerd’, and most geeks attribute nerdiness to academics and knowledge. An academic nerd could have a love for any academic subject; maths, science, history, philosophy. I’ll be leaving out technology, art and English as I’ll be covering those in the guides for Tech Nerds, Art Geeks and Book and Writer Geeks respectively. Some academic nerdsRead More →

Inktober 2018 Prompts - Miscellaneous Prompts

Welcome to the fifth and final post in a series of posts featuring prompts for Inktober – This week the is a bundle of Miscellaneous themes that did not fit into previous weeks! If you’re not familiar with Inktober I’ll be going into more detail in just a moment but basically, it is an art prompt that takes place every October using only ink. There is a set prompt list created by the original Inktober founder, however, it has become such a wonderful community project now that there are so many new prompts popping up each year. Every year Inktober is responsible for the creationRead More →