Last night’s edition of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School featured the debut of Narin the Mermaid. You can see her above and below, in two digital paintings by yours truly. As always, click to enlarge.

"Narin and the Blue Pearl" digital watercolor

One of the regular parts of an evening at Dr.Sketchy’s is the contests for artists who wish to participate. They might be asked to add a character or use a certain theme, or they may have to complete their drawing with one continuous line or use ther non-dominant hand.

A new addition to the Dr. Sketchy’s contest mix sees the Dr. Sketchy Master of Ceremonies, Chase Henderson, pulling an idea from the card game, CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY.

To quote their PR, “Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends. The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card.”

People realy do win at Dr. Sketchy's!

This is a fun game that you can buy outright by following the links at their website, or, if you are a truly horrible person, you can download a .pdf file and make your own set for free under the Creative Commons license.

Last night’s winner of the Cards Against Humanity challenge was Cindy Keeney-Negley, who incorporated the phrase “All you can eat shrimp, $4.99” into a mermaid scene in a manner which we can not show you on a family website. Good show!

The next edition of Dr. Sketchy’s will take place in September.