Branch Blog - Baltimore, MD
Mon, May 02, 2011 • A night of bombshells and bikes for Moveable Feast!
Ride for the Feast's Team Atomic for Moveable Feast, which means everything from the door and all the tips went to help feed Marylanders in need. I'll let Jules of Team Atomic explain it since I'll probably just flub it. I don't know how we got this lucky two sessions in a row, but Team Atomic showed up meaning serious business. Tons of creatively used props, innovative poses, various facial expressions---take heed, future models. The following photos are a big steel-knuckled gauntlet that just cracked your linoleum floor. Between this session and last session with the Junkyard Dolls, well, I'm worried if we can ever top them. Oh, we can but let's not get ahead of ourselves . . . on to the 1- and 2-minute poses!
"best non-dominant appendage drawing" contest.
As always, all contests are optional. The two winners scored fancy shots from Josh at the bar---I don't know what they were but I did spot cherries in the bottom. That's good, right?
A quick break to shuffle things on stage and it was time for the 10-minute poses. with the first contest being the random noun contest where the audience shouts out drunken nonsense until something strikes Alexis's fancy, which, this go-around turned out to be "Hemingway", with the prizes being an issue of Retro Lovely Magazine from Atomic Books in Hampden and a set of Princeton Art & Brush Company brushes from Artist & Craftsman Supply just down the street on North & Howard.
Kings of the Road from Baby Tattoo Books and a pair of stockings from What Katie Did.
And, the last 20-minute pose of the evening.
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