QUICK SKETCHING IS FUN
Why Do I Want Quick Sketching at my next event?
Because it’s fun to see yourself hand drawn on a napkin or any object you can imagine, including archival drawing paper (imagine that)!
Rob is a specialist in first person interpretive/interactive theatre, strolling at private signature events for Fortune 500 companies as well as museums and theatres, like the Gibbs, and Charleston Museums, performing characters like Robert E Lee, Blackbeard and the ghost of Admiral Lord Nelson. Rob is quick on his feet and engages with his audience.
As a master of the quick sketch, Rob will draw the facial portraits of your guests in a matter of minutes, giving them a great conversation starter and leaving them with a memorable keepsake to frame or use as their FB profile pic, forever capturing their wonderful experience at your event.
If you have a special theme, Robert (also, a seasoned professional actor) can become any number of fun-loving characters, like Picasso, who was famous for drawing on napkins to pay for meals when out at a restaurant. Quick Draw McGraw is another popular character, for your western adventure. He can dress as John Singer Sargent or any other character to fit into the theme of your party. Brainstorm with the artist to find the character who fits your theme.
HOW MANY WAYS CAN ROBERT SKETCH?
Amaze your guests or Send Robert a photo
Paper or Plastic? Robert can draw on virtually anything that can take a sharpie. Be creative. Robert can sketch in ink, charcoal, conte crayon or graphite. Parties are supposed to be fun. Special orders don’t upset us, they make our lives more interesting!
In his quick sketch performances, Robert will have your guests smiling and chatting as he interacts, in or out of character, mingling around throughout the evening, and quickly capturing your guests unique likeness and distinct character.
There’s nothing more compelling and exciting than seeing how an artist sees you. He can produce a sketch every 4-5 minutes and will ultimately draw a crowd waiting with anxious anticipation.When the sketch is finished your guests will have the option to mat and frame the finished work or wipe their (fill in the blank) with it. It’s all part of the fun!