I was super excited for this session of Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin!
There’s nothing I love like too much, and Broken Baroque is such a gorgeous theme. As always, LalaVox and Le Pustra did it up right. Above is the marvelous Viva Lamore as Mistress Overdone. She looked both beautiful and deliciously wicked! She is such an amazing performer, and her gestures are incredibly expressive. I brought my new pastels and drew with them!
I always try and draw hostess LalaVox, as she brings her A game to her look every time. Like this ship-in-head!
Isn’t the sacque-back gown a perfect style for her?
I had been wanting to draw Evilyn Frantic for a long time, since I saw her in the street last year, introduced myself and told her I wanted to draw her picture.
This one-minute sketch was my first chance, more to follow as I clean up and finish up the pastel mess I made!
Edited June 23 2020:
FINALLY finished this big drawing of Evilyn!!
Bonus stuff: here is a picture of me and LalaVox by photographer Maren Michaelis from the last Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin, “Victorian Spiritualism“. The setting of Ballhaus Berlin is so exquisite.
Also bonus: here is a drawing of Viva Lamore jumping out of a Campbell’s soup can, from the Sunday Slips New Year’s Extravaganza! She is wearing a handmade bra fashioned after the 1940s Schiaparelli design! How amazing is that?
If you’re interested in a similar design, last year there was a hand print bra and panty set made for the Bettie Page line by Playful Promises, the queer, trans, gender-fluid-, sex-worker-, body positivity- and diversity-embracing lingerie company.
Thanks so very much to my Patrons on Patreon whose financial support makes it possible for me to go to events like this. You are the best.
Previous Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin posts here, here, here, here and here.
The Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin Instagram!
Love them I really wanted to join in that evening. At least I get to see them through you!
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