Sunday, July 24, 2011

THERE WAS A WHIP INVOLVED AT ONE POINT.

Zorro.

I attended Dr. Sketchy's NYC for the first time and enjoyed a bit of Zorro-themed drawing. I had a weird moment during the session when some sort of, like, lost memory resurfaced and I suddenly remembered that I actually watched a LOT of Zorro when I was a kid. Y'know, the old black and white series. It used to be on the Disney Channel until the early 2000s, I think. I had really forgotten all about it until I was in the middle of drawing the model's mask for the third or fourth time.

Said mask was not on the model during this pose, as he had passed on his hat, cape and mask to his topless co-model lady (not pictured). His black blouse-y puffy shirt just disappeared altogether though, which was maybe for the best.

Some more substantial updates to come. Soon. I mean, I think. I've got some stuff I need to finish. I'm being pulled in ten different directions right now. We'll see. UGGGH GET OFF MY BACK GEEZ.

4 comments:

  1. Pressure...Pressure...Pressure...UGGS LAYS IT ON.
    And now we have some NURSES and DOCTORS
    DESPERATELY TALKING TO RON!

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  2. Ah. ....Sean PENN and SEALS?
    LOUISIANA to CALIFORNIA to OREGON & NICE?
    Not good ...especially for the "MEDICAL PROFESSION".

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  3. I totally watched Zorro when it came on late night disney too!

    Sweet sketch as usual Annie!

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