Naked Lunch usually starts with an hours' worth of 1-minute poses, but with two models the time was doubled to two minutes. For this round the guy was wearing a satyr outfit complete with stubby little horns, and the girl was wearing a kind of a fairy costume. What I really loved was how they told a whole story through their poses -- I wish I could've done it justice. Usually I'll do a lot of bouncing back-and-forth between tools during these drawings to figure out what I'm working best with on the day, but this time I stuck to a Sharpie marker throughout.
After those came the 7-minute poses. To stay in keeping with the rules, these were done with only one model on-stage at a time. All were drawn with a Pentel brush-pen loaded with sepia-tone ink.
|(not happy with this one. Even by my standards her head's way too big, and the pre-drawing in pencil didn't help anything. From here I just drew freehand.)|
|(For the record, she was holding a flower over her pelvis.. The angle I was drawing from didn't quite catch that :\ )|