& so it is. It also comes in handy when you are feeling out of place at a dance party. Scott Alden djing at Amazing Gloves, the 11's, 7.15.09. There was no real reason for me to be all angsty that night, but I wouldn't be a founding member of Drinking & Drawing if I didn't sometimes enjoy being socially awkward. Also, here is a good example, also from Amazing Gloves (I for some unknown reason dated this drawing 7.12.09, but that is a lie) of one of the challenges of being a Drinking & Drawing watercolourist: variable light quality. Watercolouring in very low light is um, interesting. These drawings were done on the couch in front of the sound booth at the 11's during a dance party, & you can see the difference from these drawings done at local burger during the daylight & at kathy's under diner light. I actually like both. & watercolouring in the dark is such a classic liz thing to do it's ridiculous.
But even creating red, muddy, possibly crappy watercolour paintings is certainly better than killing yourself. An inspirational message brought to you by Drinking & Drawing.
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