Wow, that was a hell of a good time!!
I returned to my comic-book roots with this edition of Dr. Sketchys Berlin. I have a new tool, a giant PITT brush marker, and I just dashed the drawings out like a wild woman!! Using a combination of the PITT marker and my beloved white chalk marker on Strathmore Toned Gray paper, I was able to treat the drawings like paintings, working additive-subtractive. This method gave me tremendous freedom and confidence.
The fact that the models looked exactly like the superheroes I spent my teens drawing made it so easy!
The models were Lucille Lehr and Sebastian Stone, two extremely muscular and fit humans who totally embodied cartoon heroes. They are both extremely talented multi-disciplinary artists, and they brought such marvelous energy to the show. Lucille’s resemblance to Jane Fonda was UNCANNY. I had SO MUCH FUN!!!!!
I also drew Dr. Sketchy’s house DJ, Berlin legend UFO Hawaii!
His sound is always the sickest in town. When he breaks out the T. Rex I get so happy!
I am so grateful to have Dr. Sketchy’s and the good folks who make it happen in my life.
All the thanks to producers Syren Joey and Miss LaLa Vox aka @lalavox, UFO Hawaii, @pixie.scarlett and Matthias for all their hard work, and @marenmichaelis who takes the amazing photographs, and to @lepustra and the hardworking team at the gorgeous vintage venue @ballhausberlin!!
And so much love to my Patrons on Patreon, whose monthly financial support allows me to make this art and make it available as free art!