One evening back in April of 1985 rather than do work that was due for one of our classes at the Philadelphia College of Art a group of guys up on the Illustration Floor decided to procrastinate by doing some real art. That entailed grabbing somebody who didn’t feel like drawing; having that person pose in a somewhat comfortable position and drawing either he or she.
Me? I decided to hunt the hunters by drawing the drawers.
Tim Brown was the model that evening.
Ted Whitehead looks angry, but he wasn’t. Just focused. And he was pumped.
Originally I was rooting through my sketchbooks looking for a drawing I half-remember drawing and came upon these little throw-away sketches. I often wish I had taken more photographs back then, but these scribbles will have to suffice as a window on another place and time.