That one kind of reminds me of a fellow I knew back in high school and what he might look like in another decade or two. Maybe. If he’s eating right or something. I don’t know.
This lady was a sign language interpreter at a recent section meeting—it actually looks nothing like her. Three minutes into the drawing someone as tall as a tree sat in front of me. I pretty much had to make up (badly) 75% of the drawing.
One of the speakers at said section meeting. He had a Scottish accent and was a lot more lively than this serene pose indicates.
Last week while dropping off Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore flyers at the Windup Space, I decided to stick around and see the show being set up. Unfortunately, the show was 2 hours away and my phone was dead, so I ended up doodling Russell behind the bar.
The sketch is horrible, but I like the look of it—I might try it again tomorrow night while folks are drawing Paco.
Lastly, an unfinished doodle I did after the Russell doodle—it was cut off by the start of the show.
By the way, if you want to get some cheap life drawing in, and you’re around Baltimore, the next Dr. Sketchy’s is tomorrow night, at the Windup Space with Paco Fish. Doors at 6, start at 7! Whatever you got going on, this is better. Probably. I mean, if it’s your birthday and everyone’s giving you presents, fine. Otherwise, this is better.
(photo of Paco Fish courtesy of Twilight Images by Melody Smith, www.twilightimages.net)