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Inktober Final Day!

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Wow! Last day of Inktober and I’m finishing on a Tolkien-y bang. Here is the fab furry-footed four, Pippin, Merry, Frodo and Sam. This inktober wasn’t like last year where I tested technique and my inking limits. This one was more about finishing assignments and personal challenges. I only hope I can do another challenge month like this when I’m NOT already doing a horror-movie challenge. 2 in one go was a bit hard on me. That being said, I’m quite pleased with myself and I hope you enjoyed this challenge. Thanks for checking in with me!

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The Hobbits, Monica Marier, 2015, Faber-Castel Pen

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Inktober Day 22

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Here’s Inktober Day 22, featuring Miles Reyner the Entertainer from CRIT! This is yet another pic that will be on the new CRIT! banner. He will be holding a 6-sided die.

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Miles Reyner, by Monica Marier 2015

Inktober Day 19

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I’m bone tired today, so I decided to draw the REASON I’m too tired to do a fancy picture today. This is “actual” depiction of me trying to cram a rowing machine, a step machine, and a step-glider into a minivan by me onesies. WOof.

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Rise of the Machines, by Monica Marier 2015, pen and ink (faber-castell)

Inktober Day 18

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Here’s Inktober Day 18. I’ve wanted to do this for a while: Here’s Cinderaptor. I wrote a short story about her ages ago, and I haven’t drawn her yet. For added fun, I used orange construction paper. You can read the short story here.

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Cinderaptor, by Monica Marier 2015, pen and gel pen on construction paper.

Inktober Day 17

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Today’s offering for Inktober is a half-elf bard code name: THE FACE. She’s studying her script for the next Dungeon Tour. She has to be both the victim and the villain so she has a quick-change costume that will adapt. Sorry for the weird angle I shot it with, but my hands keep shaking and I’m tired.

The Face by Monica Marier

The Face by Monica Marier