It turns out if you google something mentioned in a blogspot, the google corporation gives it preference in searches. When I google the North Park Drawing Group, a mention I made of it here years ago with my drawing of model and friend to some, Sabrina, shows up above more pertinent info on the group. Well, the North Park Drawing Group has started an instagram. Our instagramistress did not take a picture of my drawing at the North Park Drawing Group today. Nor did she take one last time I was there, and did not post the one she took of my drawing when last she deigned to point her iphone at my paper. Now she is a swell kid, and I am sure she means nothing by it. But being the petty person that I am, I will post today's long pose from the North Park Drawing Group and let the google spiders do their thing.
I used black paper, a white chalk pencil, and a soupçon of colored pencil.
Oh, another thing. I bought a collection Tales from the Crypt from Bud Plant and noticed that they invariably have 7 panels per page. Is that a requirement for Marty's self-publishing jam?
Tom and Ellis are making my head spin. Here is another one I did on black paper a while back. This was a shorter pose and I did not discover using a white charcoal pencil underneath the colored pencil (it won't work the other way around). The shadow across the belly is kind of compelling.
This is cover art I found on Movies Unlimited and is the way I'd like to paint women, except I keep forgetting to do it this way when I have a model and colored media.