Done with Inktober, even though it's kinda late, so here's a wall of what I did in order.
All the stuff I used and all of it was used at least once. Pentel Pocket Brush was a later addition.
31 Inked Drawings
It was easy, at first, to come up with a list of things to do. As the challenge progressed it got a little harder without repeating past subjects too much. I struggled the most with kicking myself out of the default 'draw all the Pokemon' stage. A variety was my goal for this one. I kinda succeeded. What I succeeded most with was learning how to ink better. Buying brush pens instead of technical pens helped a ton. It allowed more line weights and allowed me to actually learn control since brush pens are so touchy. I love technical pens and rollerball pens but brush pens are a better, more natural fit for my spontaneous work. Using digital brushes for years probably has something to do with my dissatisfaction with limited line widths and technical pens. Lesson learned, the hard way, as usual!
I can't wait for next Inktober. It should turn out much better now the expectations are fully cemented in. Also a few might be in color due to acquiring a full set of colored inks over Xmas. Until then I'll keep practicing and improving.