Monday, November 26, 2007

Pics and drawings from November's BDC

Wow! We had a wonderful time drawing at the Palette and Chisel this month! Thanks to our regulars who weathered the venue change and to all of the P&C members who joined us. Here are a couple of drawings and a photo from the event. Want to join the fun? Come to this month's session! We'll be at The Playground Theater (3209 N. Halsted St.) on December 15th from 1-4 PM. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Claire de Lune sets sail for adventure! (photo courtesy of Chris Miller)

Claire de Lune, by Chris Miller

Naughty Natanya, by Lenin del Sol

Thursday, November 8, 2007

November's BDC! Special Time and Location!

NOVEMBER ONLY! SPECIAL TIME AND LOCATION! Our next session will take place on Saturday, November 17th from 2-5 PM at the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Art (1012 N. Dearborn St., located near the Red line Clark and Division El stop). Enjoy this opportunity to visit Chicago's oldest and grandest drawing club at its beautiful N. Dearborn location. Take advantage of the facilities--this month, oil paints are welcome! Same $10 (P&C members pay $5), same great format, special location!

Visit for more info about Palette and Chisel, directions to the venue and much more!

This month, in honor of our special location and its long and august history as a home to some of Chicago's finest pin-up artists, we're offering two gorgeous pin-up models for your drawing pleasure! On November 17th, Claire de Lune and Naughty Natanya will take the stage in a variety of seductive outfits guaranteed to set your sketch pad on fire!

Drawings! Photos! Joy!

How can we express the delightfulness of October's session? Mere words are not enough! Thank goodness we're a bunch of artists (although sadly, not photographers ::sigh::).

Paris Green treated us to a variety of gorgeous poses and outfits, from vintage naughty nurse to her own sexy skin!

Then Miss Maya Sinstress enacted the role of a bad kitty!

Aren't you sad we don't have a photo of Paris as a space siren? Thank goodness Kyle Bice captured the pose!

Below, two drawings of the girls by Mari R. Thanks, Mari!