Cruella V Catwoman
Get set for the creative cat fight of your life!!
It’s going to be pencils at dawn at the third of our Sketchy B*tches specials at The Cartoon Museum, as we draw inspiration from the awesome antiheroine Catwoman - and the world’s most stylish supervillain, Cruella de Ville!
Can you imagine what you’d look like dressed and drawn as either? Strut on down to Sketchy B*tches and wonder no more!
After a brief intro and a few warm-up challenges, we’ll each take a turn to pose for the rest of the group to draw mini portraits of us: either Catwoman or Cruella-inspired, you decide! Whichever way you play it, you’ll get to take home a stack of badass portraits at the end!
Poses will be approx. 10 mins each and we’ll be playing with a variety of materials - POSCAs, felt tips, coloured pencils, markers and more! Feel free to BYO if you prefer.
Come along and push your portrait-sketching skills to next level FIERCE!!
Tickets £10 in advance - £15 on the door
Tickets include all materials, soft drinks & sweets. BYO ‘proper food’!
NB: The session will start at 6.30pm prompt so please ensure you arrive on time! You’re welcome to come earlier and check out the exhibition too - any time from 5pm.
About Sketchy B*tches
From sketch addicts to long-time-no-sketchers: Sketchy B*tches is a friendly social sketchworking club open to ALL levels. It’s the perfect group if you’re looking to meet other creative folk and develop your drawing style and confidence with ZERO pressure to be any ‘good' at it’!
About The Cartoon Museum
The Cartoon Museum champions cartoon and comic art, highlighting its value to culture and society. Following a move from Little Russell Street, it re-opened in its SWANKY AF new home back in July, and it’s bloomin’ beautiful!! The new purpose-built space is such a colourful and characterful setting to get creative in, and we’re truly thrilled to be running Sketchy B*tches sessions there!
It’s super-powered by a tiny but terrific team of staff and volunteers, with whom we are delight to be collaborating and co-hosting our events. Oh and the shop is amazing too :)
NB: The Cartoon Museum is fully wheelchair accessible.