Some sketches from 1/26.

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This isn’t the recap post, we’ll do that when we get all the photos in for this last session, but here’s a few quick sketches folks sent in to us.  The robot ones are from the “incorporate a robot” contest for a prize from Atomic Books, and the “opposite hand” contest drawings were competing for sketchbooks from Artist & Craftsman Supply.

Lucille Lingerhans von Spankenstein was amazing.  If you weren’t there, I feel really bad for you….but you can look at the sketches and figure that out.

We’ll have a gallery page up soon folks!

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The above two were handed to us at the session….as soon as Alexis lets me know who they came from (I think I was shoving around furniture or drunk at that point), I’ll put the name in here.  (His name was Pierre.)

The next couple came from Kurt Aspland

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The next couple are from Brian Dugan….you can see more here.

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