I drew  Morticia during a  demonstration  on  how to use  the Wacom drawing tablet in front of my 8th grade art class a couple of years ago and after getting some more reference, I drew a pencil sketch of this design. This  illustration  was created as an homage to Carolyn Jones (Morticia), Elizabeth Montgomery (Samantha), and Barbara Eden (Jeannie).  I did  the picture with the airbrush tool exclusivey. It took near an hour to paint Samantha's hair as it waved in the most-difficult-to-paint directions. The  least easy part of the  part of the image to do?- Carolyn Jones' shape of the face.  My hand got so tired holding the books (reference),  next to the screen as I drew with the other  hand, that it fell aslepp a number of times.  The image  is 40% the size of the original.  I chose to do this in black & white  mainly because of Morticia's face and hair. It was  fun to do this piece and though the composition could be more `involved,' I decided on  a  simple approach.

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