Some sketches from 1/26.


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!



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





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

First Dr. Sketchy’s of the year, Monday, January 26th! With Lucille Lingerhans von Spankenstein!


Your holidays sucked, didn’t they? No scantily-clad pretty folk lounging about for you to draw? No one gave you a shot for drawing with your left hand? Did it seem irresponsible to spill a pint of beer on your drawing and pretend it was an accident so you could give it that Dr. Sketchy’s touch?

Well, you’re in luck. Dr. Sketchy’s-Baltimore is through with our travelling, we’ve paid bail for everyone arrested in the eggnog/polar bear incident, and our hangovers from visiting the Dr. Sketchy’s in NYC have receeded far enough for us to start whole new ones.

And look at that flyer…..Lucille Lingerhans von Spankenstein of Gilded Lily Burlesque is who you were waiting for over that long, dark, gloomy holiday break. Trust us, she’s a LOT more fun to sketch than your grandmother’s cat.

Not only that, but Artist & Craftsman Supply, on 137 West North Ave in Station North, along with Atomic Books on 1100 W 36th St. in Hampden, will be providing all sorts of prizes for you to compete for while you attempt to capture Ms. Spankenstein’s glory on paper.

As always, we’re at Dionysus (who’s been very nice not to call the police on anyone yet), from 7 to 10 pm. So gear up, dust off your pencils, sharpen your liver, and tell anyone who gets nosy that you’re heading to the library.