Goddess Artwork

This week I took some time out to work on a new project and while I was away from here, I wanted to share with you something I created. I named it “My Goddesses Will Slay.” Although I create these things very much to decompress and meditate in my own fashion, I don’t know if anyone would be interested in seeing this. There is a huge disclaimer: I haven’t ever sold a print or art piece and I do not take on commission work. I’m not comfortable starting those ventures yet because I very much work two full time jobs to support myself and my daughter. I’m a single mom. Just know that I think they’re neat and sometimes (sorry guys) women need to feel the Goddess within shown as well. Also, I didn’t intend for it to turn into a sci-fi piece as well but that’s how the drawing went! Happy full moon everybody!

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That’s freaking unbelievable!! You’re amazing with the creativity!!! We as women do need to feel and nurture the goddess within! The sci-fi makes it more personal and adds more of a unique look! Thank you for sharing this with us. I know that I needed to see this. I have to re-awaken my goddess within.

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This is so imaginative! Very well done. I can almost hear her war cry! Good job!

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The piece came out stunning, @jessika! :heart_eyes: I see an explosion of feminine energy and power, and yet the monochrome colors and beautiful swirls give it a serene and meditative feeling as well :pray:

It is always inspiring to see the meditative works of art witches- thanks so much for sharing this piece! :heart:

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Wow, that’s awesome. Incredible work. What material/tool did you use??

I love the sci-fi elements. It makes it a lot more dreamy and fantastic. Happy Full Moon :full_moon: !!

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Awe thanks guys! I was so hesitant to even share but it really does make me feel serene too. I used a set of Pigma Micron Pens for this. They’re so handy dandy to have. Also for things that I don’t draw everyday, like people, I used a pencil and micron eraser for that so I could sketch out the angles of my peoples before laying down the ink.

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