Toons on Tap specifically is costumed life drawing. Which means that the Models are wearing costumes. This lets me as an artist get practice drawing not just anatomy, but costumes as well.Toons also takes place above a bar, so you can have a recreational beverage while you scribble to the sound track that the organizers Laurie and Jeremy compile for the session. A metric tonne of awesome, talented people show up to every session.
In short it's an evening of drawing interesting subject matter, perhaps enjoying some food and a beverage, while listening to music surrounded by awesome people. If that doesn't make for an awesome evening I don't know what does.
If my description doesn't make it clear on what Toons on Tap is, last session I decided to do all my drawings on my iPad. This is significant because the Sketchbook pro app let's you take a time lapsed recording of your drawings... which I did. So without further ado I give you 3 hours of Toons on Tap drawings, presented in roughly six minutes.
Some notes on the video, 1. orientation of the recording doesn't change when the UI of SBP does, I will keep that in mind for next time please excuse some of the "sideways" drawings in the mean time. 2. I tend to jump back to a piece that I am trying to get more polished, while the model is on break; I tried to get them all into place but missed one. Sorry.
Here are the compilations of the drawings.