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Doodle Derive by Kommando, Kara Thrace

May 25th, 2009 5:24 AM

INSTRUCTIONS: Cast aside your normal motivations for drawing. Draw things that attract you on things that attract you.


I like stockings, a lot. A girl wearing some nylon, flashing some lacetop and garter will make me tounge tied and do all sorts of stupid things to get her to coyly show more leg. I would say fishnets are some of the most attractive, curve enhancing knits of stockings.

Kara is an attractive girl. She likes wearing stockings, and she agreed to let me draw my own on her.

At first i drew a spiral down her right leg from the garter clips followed by other evenly spaced spirals, but i got confused when going the other way to produce a hatch pattern and the fencenet became a messy spiderweb. It is a challange to draw geometric shapes on a curved surface.

as i reached kara's feet she exclaimed it was incredibly ticklish.
i tried a different approach on the left leg, i would draw the hatch first on the front, then the back of the leg, and connect the sides.

this turned out to look much better.

and to complete the piece, some high heels.


So we took some model shots, like all models do in thier portfolio, lounging around in lingerie.


Dressed up in some attractive felt-tip hosiery, firmly secured by a whiteboard marker garter we then went out for dinner.


The next day we went for a drive to Spicers gap in the 4x4. Four wheel driving in mud and mountain is not the environment for hosiery so the sharpie stockings were left in the shower.

Now i love four wheel driving and i love my car for being able to take me to breathtaking places such as...
so i drew on them. Naturally i couldnt permenantly mark the landscape so i used what i had. Mud and Sticks.


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Starting from top to bottom
starting the fencenet
it looks alright from the front.
a different approach, left leg.
arms around
Doodle Derive 14.jpg
Doodle Derive 15.jpg
Doodle Derive 16.jpg
connecting the sides.
almost done
Doodle Derive 29.jpg
Doodle Derive 35.jpg
Ready to hit the town
Waterfall pool and SF0
Ferrocene Zook
Govenors Chair at Spicers Gap
A waterfall pool about 10kms from Mt Barney.

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posted by Mr Everyday on May 25th, 2009 6:37 AM

Very nice - LOVE those fishnets (though in real life, I'm more of a knee-sock kind of guy).

What is that chemical structure? Aldehyde thingie?
posted by susy derkins on May 29th, 2009 9:37 AM

This is fantastic. Very. Favorited.
(Ah, the new Aussie guy, of course!)

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posted by Kommando on May 29th, 2009 11:12 PM

Flourocarbonyl Ferrocene. i did my third year project on making self assembly nanolayers with it.

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posted by susy derkins on May 30th, 2009 3:23 PM

I just imagined "flourocarbonyl ferrocene self-assembly nanolayers" being whispered in my ear in Aussie accent...

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posted by Kommando on June 12th, 2009 1:29 AM

i'll record something a little more meltworthy and post it up here.