Hi there, Art Monkeys! Who remembers the ultra-violent, sexually exploitative films of the 70's? Nobody? Well, who remembers the ultra-violent, sexually exploitative films of Quentin Tarantino? Then you're in for a treat, because here at Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School, we had the luscious Bambi Killers pay their tribute to the grindhouse.
Armed only with a switchblade, a revolver, and a machete, these three ladies must survive a harsh and unforgiving world. Will they pull together to make it through or turn on each other, succumbing to their animalistic bloodlust? One thing is for certain: it will be hot either way.
The daughters of a substance abusing East German prostitute, Dawn, Meghan, and Tanya Dupre are bound by strong familial ties and gold handcuffs.
Here, a delighted left-handed drawing contest winner holds her newly won book from our beloved sponsor, Baby Tattoo.
I kind of lost track of the plot at this point. I think it has something to do with breasts.
In honour of Pesach, our second contest was to incorporate one of the plagues of Egypt.
Slaying of the First Born
Our last contest was to add the most gratuitous sex and violence to this already gornographic scene.
Our first entrant seemed to be a cut scene from Batman: The Animated Series.
Next was a wall of hanging severed heads, which no home is complete without.
Then there was one that was reminiscent of ancient Greek sculpture.
This one is direct and to the point.
And this one has sound effects.
This one… scares me a little.
And the winners enjoy the hard-won fruits of their labour.
And this is the closing scene. After the loss of their sister Meghan, Dawn and Tanya stand firm and wear top hats.
And so ends another Dr. Sketchy's blog. Thanks to the Bambi Killers, to Justin Lussier for the pictures, to Molly Crabapple, to Steve Walker, to Zoe, to Dolcy (whose name I have in all likelihood misspelled), and to me, Syd Bernstein.-----