Dr. Sketchy’s at the Comic Crypt Cafe


Highlights of sketches from yesterday’s super hero themed Dr. Sketchy’s hosted by the Comic Crypt Cafe in Asbury Park. There was a Tank Girl, Wonder Woman, Psylocke, and Cat Woman. The Cat Woman costume was probably the best I’ve ever seen in real life.

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These poses range from 5 minute to 20 minutes.

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Keeping Up with the Basics

It’s important to practice figure drawing once in a while, just to stay fresh. Since models aren’t always easy to find or afford, sites like this are fantastic to help artists keep in practice. I spent a couple hours creating gesture drawings today. Since the point was to study anatomy, not make a pretty picture, many of the drawings aren’t worth sharing. Here are a few that came out all right.

Eleven and a half minute study:

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Thirty minute study:

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Two minute study:

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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.