A couple of hours at the Balmoral Golf Club. This is a good example of a pre-drawn image prepared on the paper.
Tuesday was my second stint at a local hotel drawing RCI employees. They had morning meetings of team building activities. The afternoons were surprise fun sessions and I was asked to be part of the fun.
A four hour booking at the Indiana University Football stadium in the suites/press box area.
15 minute pose
25 minute pose
25 minute pose
about 40 minute pose
The Indianapolis Art Center started up its Open Studios again. This time I’m going in on Friday mornings and Sunday afternoons.
Friday night at a wedding rehearsal dinner at the Terre Haute Country Club.
A couple of Country Club employees while waiting for the wedding party to arrive. (And they’re not a couple, just friends.)
The best man, brother of the groom.
The bride and groom.
Parents of the groom.
Parents of the bride.
After driving back from Cincinnatti, I drew that night at a Labor Day party in Greenwood, Indiana. This was a return engagement as I drew at their party last Labor Day. Repeat business is always appreciated!
Saturday morning I drove over to Cincinnatti to draw at a bar mitzvah.
When I get a subject with braces, as the one above right, I always as them if they want me to draw the braces. Since they are temporary I give them a choice. He said don’t draw them. I had braces so I know how some people can be sensitive about such things.
And no, the one on the right above doesn’t have a chin beard but he asked me to give him one, then said he looked like Abe Lincoln! At least I didn’t give him a stovepipe hat!
On the right is Ben, it was his bar mitzvah.
Above, Grandfather of the bar mitzvah boy and his older sister.
Ben and his camp buddies.
Above, the proud parents.