Miranda Brennan, London, 26. Draws for Bounty bars and the glory of the revolution.
Marker pens, uneven haircut, +++energy.
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This was the first thing I did at Art Macabre. I am much happier with the deer girl - you can really see how much I relaxed the longer I was drawing.
But this bloodied-up bunnygirl was still fun to draw. I decided she was holding the skull of an ancestor, who fell defending the lettuce patch from Mr MacGregor, inspiring her decision to leave the rural warren and take up vaudeville. Alas.
She’s not sure about the whole thing, really. Considering packing it in and getting a little radish patch somewhere quiet. Lot of disreputable urban fox types in this town.
I went to Art Macabre (NSFW if your employers are anti-art nude photos!) the other week. My new flatmate Lux is part of the team that run it. I had a really good time. They run themed, dramatic, accessible life classes (that’s a fair few adjectives, but I’ve been at the wine).
The theme was “into the dark forest” - so here’s a deer-dryad. This was my first ever (nearly) nude and my first life class - I spent about 20 minutes on it, and I’m really pleased with it. The model had an awesome felt hood with these great bark antlers.
The original has more leg going on, long curved lines that I’m particularly happy with - this is a hurried scan and the actual drawing is A3 size, so it’s a quick taster, really!
But you get the idea.
Considering doing a lil’ print run. I usually go much more polished, but I like this one just the way it is.