Skipped another day, but that’s okay, I’m going strong. Here’s today’s ink, which is from a commission I’m working on (posted with permission). It’s Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas at the battle of Pelenor.
Battle of Pelenor (excerpt)
If you really are curious, this is all I managed yesterday. It’s a sammich.
Sammich Art, by Monica Marier
Today’s Ink is for my Mythgard crew. It’s my elf, Vilori, and Corey Olsen’s guardian, Wigend. There’s sort of a running gag that Vilori is always very pessimistic about missions, perhaps because Wigend is grossly optimistic about them.
Vilori and Wigend, by Monica Marier 2016
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!
The Hobbits, Monica Marier, 2015, Faber-Castel Pen
Almost end of Inktober! This is another one for my friends at Mythgard, Here’s Wigend’s Secretary, VIlori with his famous Catch-phrase. This too will probably be converted into a purchasable design for Signum University.
Inktober Day 29 is another in the Lord of the Rings series I’ve been doing: Here’s Aragorn in his “Strider” guise. I left off shading since I wanted to do that with colour. I was also trying to avoid it being too Viggo, so it’s a cross between him and my childhood image of Aragorn (Michael Praed).
Strider, by Monica Marier 2015
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
Let’s start this Inktober with a bang! Here’s a piece I’ve wanted to do since I reread the Silmarillion. I finally got around to doing, Melkor and Ungoliant destroying the two trees. There’s supposed to be big tree roots in the foreground, but I think I’m going to do those in the computer and not risk damaging the original.
I certainly can’t promise that my other inktober pieces will be this detailed, but I’m glad I got one big splashy piece in. See you all tomorrow for Day 2 of Inktober and Carpe Scream.
Melkor and Ungoliant Destroy the Trees, by Monica Marier, pen and alcohol marker on paper. For Sale: $90