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I started the portrait of Donna upside down but only partially.  At some point I turned the photo and sketch right side up.  I don’t remember how much of her or why – a mystery. I guess the tangent I was on has ended.  Everyone else stayed upright.

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iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used:
#1&2 Tayasui Sketches Pro; Sketch Club
#3 Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

Two more upside down drawn portraits. I can’t help it. I go off on tangents.

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JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party (referred to photo put on JKPP Flickr Group supplied by subject for this purpose)

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used:
#1 Finngr Pro and Sketch Club
#2 Tayasui Sketches Pro; Sketch Club

Strange cravings manifest when exhaustion strikes. I unexpectedly NEEDED a new self-portrait. Apparently the 50-ish previous ones were not enough.

iPat thought the title of the drawing should have been “Portrait of Pencil Caressing iPat”. I almost barfed.

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

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JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party (referred to photos put on JKPP Flickr Group supplied by subjects for this purpose)

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

We got off the elevator on the 2nd floor and spotted a wall of drawings by Raymond Pettibon. I couldn’t help myself. This is just a detail. There was a lot of text as part of the drawing but there was no time left.

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

Daughter

Mother

Niece

JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party (referred to photos put on JKPP Flickr Group supplied by subjects for this purpose)

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club

Spent a few intense hours at MoMA yesterday with Benedicte and Shirley. I was uncertain about the exhibition “Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round So Our Thoughts Can Change Direction”. Who knew? It was beautiful, varied, interesting and surprising. The three of us spent time sketching. I couldn’t resist copying Picabia’s portrait of Gertrude Stein. I know you all remember my copy of Picasso’s portrait of her a few months ago.

This painting was larger than life size. The “dots” represent bullet holes. Finngr Pro doesn’t allow for subtle bullet hole details. People just walked around me and no one was the slightest bit curious. Funny how that happens. A few weeks ago, while sketching in The Baltimore Museum of Art, I was inundated by questions from other artists. Inundated. No exaggeration.

Sketched from direct observation while in MoMA.

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used:
#1 Tayasui Sketches Pro; Sketch Club
#2 Finngr Pro

JKPP = Julia Kay’s Portrait Party (referred to photo put on JKPP Flickr Group supplied by subject for this purpose)

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Finngr Pro and Sketch Club