Sunday, September 27, 2015

In a world laid waste by the zombie apocalypse . . .

. . . only one hero can rise to protect the most precious thing on the planet: the last bottle of water. With Matilda, the crossbow of ironic fortitude, at her side, she wanders the wastelands seeking answers to the vexing questions of when? where? how? and sometimes why? With little or no experience in the proper handling of small arms, she uses her wits, her charm and her ninja assassin training skills to make her way to the last known manned colony in the west: Seattle. Her name is Justina Thrutagetha, the WANDERING WARRIOR WOMAN OF THE WASTELANDS!!! 

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Beware the crackheads.

As well as the cracked heads! Seriously, we might have to institute a warning klaxon to make sure we can clear some headroom and not knock nobody's noggin never! Full house on Thursday as we welcomed new guild members Shannon (soon to be medical illustrator) and Elaina (who will be our Harley Quinn for Super Hero Saturday soon!). Special thanks to Virgil who held his standing pose perfectly.

Monday, September 21, 2015


the frog in the room
alarmed not one iota
in style he was drawn 

Friday, September 18, 2015

The train of thought switches tracks ever so often.

Enough times apparently to make the model laugh at the absurdity of it all! Though, truth be told, it is a well known fact that SOME individuals in our merry menagerie do tend to speak in solely non sequitur terms. Great comic strip and all, but it ain't no Far Side. Coming up next: Virgil the Standardized Patient! Ask him, he'll explain in detail :)

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Venereae Artis

Over the summer break we collaborated with Kimberley, a German-Australian artist and model (and soon to be social media billionaire genius), for a figure painting session primarily focused on erotic poses. Kimberly's accent won us over, especially the term "drawrings," and her poses were no more daring than her SOLO sojourn to photograph decaying downtown Detroit! The session was fun and the finished work was great. Looking forward to her return to the Midwest in the future!