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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
Today’s Inktober is for an upcoming project: Dungeon Tours. Here’s a sign you might see outside of one of these pre-fab tourist dungeons, featuring the lovable mascot, Bellicose Badger!
Today’s Inktober was inspired by my Carpe Scream selection, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari. Here’s Cesare the Somnabulist.
Cesare the Somnabulist, by Monica Marier 2015 Pen and Ink
Today’s Inktober is a cute little Sméagol. Aw, we can trust him! Let’s buy him a present!
Sméagol by Monica Marier, pen and ink