Marijn was the narrator, reading a spooky fairy tale in a voice that filled the room like smoke.
I have drawn Marijn before at Dr. Sketchy’s and was pleased to be able to do so again. Having a narrator really added to the experience of the show! Marijn is an illustrator herself, and you can follow her on the Instas here or check out her website here.
I also drew some of the artists this time!
I wound up sitting right next to the organizer of Berlin Museum Crew, artist Samantha Stover, (her mane of 60s movie star hair was covering her face alas!) and several other young woman artists. That’s Lucille Lehr with the two-colored hair! Plus my dear friend, artist and art teacher Giulia Caruso, was just a few seats away! That’s her with the fuschia streak and tattoos 🙂
And the one sketch I made of the other model besides Valentina Demonia, Hurricane Irina !
Another amazing Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin, thanks to LalaVox and Le Pustra. So excited for the Hansel and Gretel session, October 21 at Ballhaus Berlin!
More drawings from this session here; previous Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin:
Betty Fvck, Trixie Tassels and More, Berlin Burlesque Week
Victorian Spiritualist edition with Valentina Demonia and Syren Joey
More Victorian Spiritualist edition
Weimar Berlin, with Le Pustra and Bridge Markland
and my first Dr. Sketchy’s Berlin with Viva Lamore, Syren Joey and live painting outdoors!
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