MoCCA Arts Festival is this weekend (April 7-8 at Metropolitan West) and I will be trying out something new this year: “PENNY-PER-SECOND” SKETCHES for which customers can commission timed sketches via either (Option A) STOPWATCH Sketching in which payment is based on exactly how long it takes me to complete a given drawing -or- (Option …
For this month’s Sketch night, Anyone Comics brought in a Green Lantern cosplayer to model for us. For some of the poses, I drew him as Sinestro.
My table assignment for this year’s MoCCA Fest is #G-242
Brooklyn comics shop Anyone Comics celebrated its first anniversary with a special Drink-N-Draw featuring models cosplaying as DC characters Batgirl and Nightwing.
Sketches from The Society of Illustrators’ “Circus” themed Sketch Night featuring performers from The Unholy Sideshow.
On Saturday afternoon, I went to the “Artist’s Lounge” (a monthly drink-and-draw hosted by The Way Station in Brooklyn) where burlesque performer Betty Brash modeled for us costumed as Susie Q (apparently a teenaged ghost from the eponymous Disney Channel movie).
Here are a few sketches from Dr. Sketchy’s this past weekend. This month’s “Bizarre” theme was a tribute to the “Sweet Gwendoline” fetish comics of artist John Willie. As you can probably guess from these drawings, I was seated “behind” the models (meaning they spent most of the session facing away from me)! I’ll have …
On Tuesday night, I went to Anyone Comics in Crown Heights (Brooklyn) to draw Cassie, a cosplayer who modeled for us as the DC Arroverse superhero Black Canary. On Thursday, it was a “Mardi Gras” themed Sketch Night at Society of Illustrators with burlesque performer Apathy Angel.
UPDATE: I will be exhibiting BOTH DAYS of FanFaire 2018 held the weekend of February 24-25. FanFaire is a “pop culture art festival” hosted by the High School of Art & Design (245 East 56th Street, NYC) on February 24-25 from 10am-6pm each day. Look for me in “Creator’s Drive” at the table registered to Allan Dorison. I …
A few of my favorite sketches from “Boxing” Sketch Night at The Society of Illustrators. The models (introduced to us as Sarah The Slammer and Greer The Greater) brought great energy and actual experience with boxing and kick-boxing to their poses.