Dr. Sketchy featured Wildpoppies

A crowded night. Great fun. Huge turnout. Lovely model.

As usual, a series of 2 minutes posing kickstarted the evening.

2-minute poses. Brush pen scribbles to capture the essence of the pose.
2-minute poses. Brush pen scribbles to capture the essence of the pose.

She was wearing a sort of Mexican hat with a prop of watermelon-shaped guitar. Only at the 5-minute poses, I had the time to study the details of her attire and the accessories. Observation is the key to my quickness in scribbling.

5-minute poses. First outfit. Quick rendering.
5-minute poses. First outfit. Quick rendering.
Top is 5-minute pose. The bottom is 10-minute pose. Noticed the difference when the timing is longer.
Top is 5-minute pose. The bottom is 10-minute pose. Notice the difference when the timing is longer.

The 10-minute poses expanded the detailed-areas I could rendered. As I drew, I discovered the different fabric material assembled on the jacket she wore. The brand label on her shoes, the spider-shaped glasses, the tattoos, etc.

10-minute poses. Second outfit.
10-minute poses. Second outfit.

For the 20-minute poses, I actually spent 15 minutes getting the line work done and left with a 5-minute splashing of colours. Of course, I didn’t stop colouring even when the time was up simply because it wasn’t done. Probably spent 3 minutes more to add the finishing touches, mostly on the background colouring.

First of the 20-minute pose. Third outfit of the night.
First of the 20-minute pose. Third outfit of the night.
20-minute pose. This allowed a little luxury to add some water-colour.
20-minute pose. This allowed a little luxury to add some water-colour.
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