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Hindsight

It’s a beautiful thing isn’t it? Hindsight that is. If only I knew then what I know now, things would have been very different.

Frankie here can be a bit of a nightmare – as i’ve just found out. In passing one day I mentioned that she may make an interesting subject to paint and since then she just keeps turning up at the studio and taking her clothes off. I asked repeatedly to stop doing it but she kept saying she wanted to be painted. There was only so much of her hanging around drinking all the tea and eating all the biscuits before I had to relent and paint her anyway.

Afterward I told her about a nearby life drawing class and she’s now become a full time life drawing model. At least she seems happy now and people dropping by the studio no longer wonder why a naked woman is hanging around…

She is on A4 and made with the magic of imagination, smoke, pencil and acrylic.

Cheers

id-iom

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The Curse of Class 22e

The Curse of Class 22e

The Curse of Class 22e

Tony here is a substitute teacher who has the unfortunate job of teaching class 22e for the foreseeable future. As you can tell he already looks a little frazzled. This was all down to Mrs Wilson getting indefinite gardening leave due to the prolonged mental harassment she suffered whilst attempting to teach class 22e the finer points of European history. The children were usually quite creative in their disobedience but her many thick knit woollen cardigans in particular were a constant source of amusement for them. Tony has only been teaching the rapscallions of 22e for two days now. He’s not sure how much more he can take…

Cheers

id-iom

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