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Pen & Ink sketchbook, Zebra, Pitt and Tombow brush pens

Pen & Ink sketchbook, Zebra & Pitt brush pens

Oh, by the way, Sage is a Fire Eater!

Leuchtturm1917 sketchbook, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Pitt Brush Pen

Leuchtturm1917 sketchbook, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Pitt Brush Pen

The sketcher held her sketchbook up again. This time I got up and tapped her on the shoulder and let her know she was blocking the view of the model. She gave me a look and lowered it.

Leuchtturm1917 sketchbook, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Pitt Brush Pen

Our model that night was Sage Sovereign, apparently very well known in Coney Island. My view was unencumbered this time, the pose stymied me for a couple of seconds but, then, the pen, having come to a decision, didn’t hesitate.

Leuchtturm1917 sketchbook, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Pitt Brush pen

First pose. That was my view of the model. Ugh. The sketcher on the left was holding her large sketchbook up so she could draw.

Pen & Ink sketchbook, Zebra & Pitt brush pens

A few weeks ago I went to a Dr. Sketchy event in their new venue, Caveat, on the Lower East Side.

Pen & Ink sketchbook, Zebra & Pitt brush pens

I even used the support board for my sketchbook. I loved drawing her! The End.

Corrugated Cardboard, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow Black Acrylic Paint Marker

At this point it was 6:00 and all the models stopped posing, sketchers stopped sketching and everyone gathered their belongings and assembled in the cafeteria where pizza was served and raffle tickets were pulled out of a hat, a box or something.

Hahnemühle Zig Zag book, Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow Black Acrylic Paint Marker, Tombow Gray Brush Pens