Every October, sculptors take on the challenge of creating something each day based on a daily theme. To join in the fun, you can request to join their Facebook Group and this is where you can also share your creations with other members.
- HAVE FUN!!!
- You should only post your corresponding themed sculpts on the appropriate day
- You should only post new work, #sculptober is a daily challenge
- When you post your work, you should link @sculptober and use the hashtag #sculptober
The tag you should use on social media is:
And if and you found this challenge through us, don’t forget to link and tag us in your post (details shown below) We might even feature your work on our blog!
As a reminder, please tag us on social media
- Twitter: @KickCreatives
- Facebook: @kickinthecreatives
- Instagram: @kickinthecreatives
- Pinterest: @kickinthecreatives
And you should also add the following hashtag:
Share in our Facebook Group
You can also share your creations on our Facebook Group. We would love to see you there!
Tips to make things a little more manageable
- Try to book out some time for each day to concentrate on your creation, as though it were an appointment
At the end of the month why not make a little video of your creations (up to three minutes long) and send it to us, or email us some images? With your permission we may even feature your video on our site!
You can find out more about the challenge in the following places
Other October Challenges
Creeptober is our Halloween inspired October Art Challenge. You can create anything you like, from a pumpkin carving, to a drawing, a painting, a poem, a creepy story, a scary photo, or a spooky sculpture…
We are challenging you to write and share a poem every day throughout April! You can write a poem about any topic you like, but we’ll provide optional prompts if you need them.
For our October sketch challenge, we are challenging you to pick just ONE subject and sketch it every day. It can be any subject you want. “Quick Kicks” are our monthly creative challenges that you can complete in 15 minutes or less per day.
Every October Jake Parker challenges artists all over the world to create one ink drawing a day for the entire month. Jake originally created Inktober back in 2009 to improve his inking skills and develop a positive drawing habit and the challenge snowballed from there.