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My favorite part of the week is Tuesday 1:30-3:30. The two hours fly by. My not so favorite part is when it is my turn to pose for 6 minutes. Each of those minutes feels like it will never end. I dribble and get dry mouth at the same time.

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Book structure.

Blick sulphite paper; Zebra , Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens; Molotow Acrylic Paint Markers

And then I made another book.
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Book structure.

Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens.

She is my favorite model so I made her into a book and had a lot of fun sketching her. Pages 1,2,3

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Book structure.

Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke and Pitt Brush Pens

Pages 1,2,3

Pages 4,5,6

Book structure.

Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke and Pitt Brush Pens

Pages 1,2,3

Pages 4,5,6

Book structure

Blick sulphite paper; Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pen; Molotow acrylic paint markers.

Another wonderful portrait sketching opportunity with Dylan Sara in Germany. Again we told each other stories of events that happened this past week (or we made up something) and we tried to look like we had lived through it as we posed. I had to YODEL for six very very long minutes. Did you know there are yodeling workshops?

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Book structure

Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens, Molotow acrylic paint markers, collage

This past Tuesday we, again, told each other stories that were somewhat acted out as each of us posed. Dylan added the requirement that each poser should face in the opposite direction of the preceding poser. I ended up with a non-socially distanced party.

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Book structure.

Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens, Molotow acrylic paint markers.

12 midnight, pages 1,2,3

Pages 4,5,6

The structure.

JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party
Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens, Molotow acrylic paint markers.

12 noon, pages 1,2,3

12 midnight, pages 4,5,6

The structure.

JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party
Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens, Molotow acrylic paint markers.

There was a 10th anniversary JKPP Portrait Party this past Sunday via Zoom. JKPPers from all over the world gathered together to celebrate and sketch. Since there were so many time zones involved two parties were held – an early and a later one. So I showed up at both 12 noon and, because I’m a night owl, I also made an appearance at 12 midnight. Since I seem to be in small book making mode during this zoom filled pandemic I ended up with three books.

12 noon, pages 1,2,3

Pages 4,5,6

The structure.

JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party
Blick sulphite paper, Zebra, Fudenosuke & Pitt Brush Pens