Oh, The Horror!

Yesterday’s Dr. Sketchy‘s theme was classic horror. Here are some of my watercolor paintings from the session.

Dr. Frankenstein and her creation.

A colorful duo of succubi.

Vampire Queen.

Shhhhh, don’t wake the dead.

Too late.

 

Necromancer Steffie.

Lori channeling her inner Katrina Van Tassel.

A mummy.

Vampire.

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Star Wars Themed Dr. Sketchy’s

I haven’t updated in over a month, which is some sort of awful record. I won’t give excuses. Sometimes life just gets in the way of art.

Last Friday was May the 4th Be With You. There was a Star War’s themed Dr. Sketchy’s at Smithville’s The Underground. Our stellar models were Roxanne Mass and Sam East (aka Samantha Star).  Unfortunately, a glass of water was spilled, ruining some of my better pieces from the night. Here are some of the surviving paintings:

 

Dr. Sketchy’s Asbury Park

Here are some of my more successful sketches from Asbury Park’s Dr. Sketchy’s session. The gorgeous models were Tricia Pain and Krissi Horan. The theme was Soviet Takeover. Beautiful costumes, and lots of red!

Twenty minute pose with Tricia and Krissi:

Ten minute Krissi pose:

Five minute Tricia poses:

 

Five minute Krissi poses:

 

 

Two minute Tricia pose:

D’Arcy D’Lux

This month’s Dr. Sketchy’s Philly session was exceptionally fun. The model, D’Arcy D’Lux, really knew how to put on a show.

Steampunk Sketchy’s

It has been a while since I attended a Dr. Sketchy‘s Anti Art School in Philadelphia. And what an event it was today! The costumes were gorgeous at the steam punk themed Dr. Sketchy’s. Our lovely models were Lulu Lollipop and Ginger Leigh of the burlesque Peek-A-Boo Revue, with special guest posings by Count Scotchula.

Ten to Twenty minute poses:

Two minutes poses:

One minute poses:

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Dr. Sketchy’s South Jersey

I used to be a regular at Dr. Sketchy’s Philadelphia. Since my 2009 move, I have been slacking in my duties as an art monkey. Yesterday, I attended my first Dr. Sketchy’s South Jersey. It was held at the Artist’s Consortium in Millville. Our model was the bold and beautiful Chi Chi Rodriguez. It was an honor to work with Chi Chi, as she will be competing in Atlantic City’s upcoming Miss’d America Pageant.

Five minute pose:

Ten minute pose:

Two twenty minute poses:

 

Corsetted

Another work from a Dr. Sketchy’s anti art class in Philly. Tonight I will be atteneding yet another Dr. Sketchy’s, so I hope you like burlesque. This model’s name is Kenti, and, surprisingly,  this is not the first I’ve worked with her. What a small world!

Corsetted Kenti. Charcoal and conte crayon on paper. 11″x17″.

Unframed: $50.00

The Look

This is another piece from Dr. Sketchy’s in Philadelphia. There is another this upcoming Friday. I highly recommend attending if you are in the area. This is Key again.

The Look. Ink on paper. 11″x14″ (27.9cm x 35.6cm).

Unframed: $50.00

Dr. Sketchy’s

Dr. Sketchy’s is a world wide program in which Burlesque dancer’s pose for artists to be drawn. I went to one last Friday in Philadelphia. It was a great time. The models in today’s sketch are Key and Cherry Bomb. They are wearing costumes of flowers, fruit, and leaves.

The Dancing Duo.  Pen on paper.  11″x14″.

Unframed: $50.00

I have so much to show you!

I haven’t been posting, but I have been creating. Get ready for an action packed week of new art. This drawing is from Dr. Sketchy’s. I’ll go more into that tomorrow. The model’s name is “Cherry Bomb.”

Burlesque Ballerina. Graphite on paper.  14″x11″.

Unframed: $50.00