Sunday, February 15, 2009

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School - February

Tonight at Dr. Sketchy's host Vivienne VaVoom served as the model. As mentioned in a previous post, Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School was created by Molly Crabapple in Brooklyn. Each month a local bar hosts the two hour life drawing class which features burlesque dancers, drag queens, go go dancers, or any other fun and strange persona. Not your typical art class for sure.

After cleaning out her basement VaVoom found weird and unusual tech props she had once used in a show - joystick bras, motherboard outfits, that sort of thing. And plastic ray guns. Sweet.

one minutes




five minutes




Motion sketch



Elaborate corpse

This is the "elaborate corpse" - every two minutes you pass the drawing to the next person. After ten minutes, five people have worked on your original sketch. Here's what my original came back as (I must say I dig the black outline and red sketchy marker).


ten minutes


twenty minutes

This is my favorite sketch of the night. This is VaVoom's homage to Bettie Page, complete with Bettie wig and weird sculpture art she converted into this Jupitar bra-thing.



© 2009 Angela Entzminger

4 comments:

Michelle Baldwin said...

I'm so glad the costumes worked so well! They've been hanging out, lonely in my basement for so long. These look great! Love the motion and the Bettie Page!

Angela said...

Hey thanks!

I've enjoyed Dr. Sketchy's - the costumes and atmosphere are fab. See you next time.

Evelyn said...

Sounds like a fun night! My fav is your 10 min sketch.

Angela said...

Hey Evie,

thanks! Hope you're doing well!