And I brought the drawing magic.
Check out Betty Fvck from Finland! Seriously, I am doing some of the best drawings of my career to date at Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin.
The superb models, the wonderful sets and music, and the gorgeous setting of Ballhaus Berlin all come together to inspire me profoundly.
Trixie Tassels, above and below, is a former professional life model.
She combined classic life modeling skills with her bombshell looks and amazing costume. What a fabulous treat!
This show had more than fantastic showgirls- it had live singing by some of the best cabaret singers I’ve ever heard.
Among the many performances was an unbelievable version of “Fever” by Rachel Von Hindman, absolutely stunning. She sang classics from Cabaret too, with house-on-fire power!
I found Maya Full Power exceptionally lovely.
I was crazy for both her costumes, a steampunk princess and a hardcore full-on peacock look.
And Betty Fvck had three different looks!
Sadly, I was only able to draw two of them.
But I knocked it out of the park for both of them!
Mad kudoes to LalaVox and co-producer Syren Joey for this wonderful, wonderful time.
And I am so profoundly grateful to my Patrons on Patreon. Thank you so very much for making this sweet life possible by funding my art.
Anyone can help, for as little as a dollar/euro per month!
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