Here’s a buch of random doodles from the past couple months or so . . . this was the first of several blue pen sketches done on a notepad during some unit meeting or another. Basically I was letting the sketch go wherever it wanted, then suddenly realized I had to stop since it was unintentionally starting to look pornographic. Oops.
So I drew one of the presenters instead.
And some lady talking about stapler safety or something.
A meeting about lawn mower safety . . .
Next up was an itty-bitty drawing for a cocktail menu for Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore, the burlesque life-drawing class that Alexis and I run. The drawing was originally done in pencil and then was colored in Photoshop.
And here’s what the menu looked like when it was done.
I think we ended up using the menu once and then tossed it. Ohs wells.
Speaking of Sketchy related stuff, here’s the one half drawing I did at Sketchycon up in NYC this year. I got halfway through it and then got distracted talking to other branch heads for the rest of the session. This happened the year before as well – since it’s the first event of Sketchycon, everyone’s so interested in doing the meet & greet that most of the folks never really end up drawing. That, and, well, doing shots with Bill and the bartender.
Next up, a crappy doodle I did on a lunch break while thinking about ideas for a Dr. Sketchy’s flyer.
And last (at least Dr. Sketchy’s-wise) was a sketch I did of Nicolette le Faye that was put in the Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School Baltimore’s first ever Art show.
Plug -> If you’re in the Baltimore area and are interested in attending Dr. Sketchy’s, the next one is July 12th with Mourna Handful.
Anyways, here’s two more sketches I doodled during a section meeting…
And a team meeting . . .
…and that’s the end of all the section/unit/team/group/floor/building/block meeting doodles. Lord. Anyways, a blog post or two back I said I’ve been teaching myself how to oil paint with Corel Painter.
This was posted before, but it should probably go up again.
Initial sketch . . .
That doodle with the arrow on the right is a note telling me to change the nose so he doesn’t look like Snarf from the Thundercats.
Which, APPARENTLY, I ignored. Damnit.
Tomorrow I’ll put up the first two pages of the comic book I spent all day today working on.