Sketches from the Charcoal Club

Did these last week at Baltimore’s Charcoal Club.  There were two models, one a model I’ve seen before, and the second was new (my impression was he was her boyfriend).

Walked in a little late, grabbed the first chair right as the models went to a new pose…..which was the girl with her back to me, bent forward, with the boy standing in front of her looking at the ceiling.

Little jarring for the first drawing of the night and your warm up, so I did sketches of the fellow’s head instead.

The next was only half finished…

The next two came out alright….

I was bored by the last pose, and obviously didn’t try too hard.  (The woman was posing by herself.)

All of the poses were incredibly creative, unfortunately for most of them (because of my own fault), I was in a pretty bad position to do something interesting with them.  Luckily I moved by the second to last, unfortunately it was only a 20 minute pose and I wasn’t able to render both the figures fully the way I wished.  Still, it works I suppose.

Tomorrow I’ll throw up some old man heads I’ve been doodling in meetings and bars.

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