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Alexander Hamilton Commission, by Monica Marier, 2017
This gorgeous Jamaican is part of a customer commission that I’m working on. The fact that I absolutely love this show and was stoked to get to draw Lin Manual Miranda (who I remember from his Electric Company days!) is just a lovely added bonus.
I’m sick today and my hand’s shaky so I just played around with a black brush tip Copic marker and a Sakura white gel pen on a piece of purple construction paper. I screwed up some of the light, and I’m not happy with the sky, but I am happy about the tree bark and the illusion of depth. Not bad for shaky hands, I say. See you all tomorrow under more favorable circumstances, hopefully.
The Old Cemetary, by Monica Marier 2015, ink and gel pen on construction paper.
Quick one today. Playing with a chisel-tip giant sharpie. It came out Bamboo so I made a bamboo grove and the moon with the rabbit in it. Cheers.
Usagi by Monica Marier 2015, Sharpie Chisel
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.
Rise of the Machines, by Monica Marier 2015, pen and ink (faber-castell)
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.
Cinderaptor, by Monica Marier 2015, pen and gel pen on construction paper.
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
I realized last night that I’ve been a guest at RavenCon since 2010, and I’ve never yet drawn them a raven. I felt it was time to correct that, so from me, to all the wonderful Ravencon staff and, here’s Corby. And do check out Ravencon Convention in Richmond VA. It’s a fantastic scifi fantasy convention and I look forward to it every year.
Corby, by Monica Marier 2015, pen and ink