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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: Feb 17th 2014
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    Hi

    New poster - be gentle!

    Has anyone done or been to a male life drawing class for a hen do? It's one of the options are are looking at - basically a model comes to your house, venue etc and you get to draw him naked in a variety of poses.

    I just wondered if anyone had any first hand experience? I've spoken to a couple of people, some have said it's quite tame and reserved and one other has said it's interactive with people posing with the model and him even being a bit - ahem - swollen at one point....

    any advice appreciated, how full on it is, what happens etc.

    thank you!
    J
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    • Velcro
      CommentAuthorVelcro
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    I looked into is lol, but he didn't come to us, it would be us going to some kind of studio. It looks hilarious though. I've passed the reigns to my maid of honour so whether I get this now, I've no idea, but I just think it would be brilliant lol.

    Sorry can't actually help, but I'd just go for it anyway and see what you get lol!

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    • ShelleyM16
      CommentAuthorShelleyM16
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    This sounds HILARIOUS!

    I would go for it!!!! *sneaks off to recommend to my MOH!*
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    • SofiaF
      CommentAuthorSofiaF
      Posted: Feb 17th 2014
     
    I've not done it for a hen party but I have done life drawing before and it is a quiet and reserved experience-but that's mainly because it was full of serious artists.

    Is the life drawing class advertised as a hen do? This is interesting as I would imagine the hens would just be giggling the entire time which might be a bit awkward for the model.
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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    Hi

    Yeh apparently it's really popular now for hens....so there is an element of proper drawing as you get a lesson but there is also an element of 'there is a man in front of me with his willy out'.

    I have heard from one person who said it was a bit cringey and another person who had a different experience and said the hen was posing kneeling down next to the model and at one point he was even a bit - ahem - pointing to the sky!!

    J
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    • katielea100
      CommentAuthorkatielea100
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    Haha omg I sooooo want to do this!!!
    The poor guy wouldn't know what hit him!!
    Bunch of giggly girls drawing his meat and veg hahahaha
    I'm off on the famous search engine now!!! Xx
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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    ha ha katie....let me know if you see anything interesting...!

    I think lots of places do it now....
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    • katielea100
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    Found one for £26 everything supplied min number of 10 people
    P0l3 st4rs
    Sending a message to my chief bm now lol xx
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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    26 per person....? that seems pretty good.

    (what is P0I3 st4rs??)

    hmmm....need to research it and try and find pics etc or if anyone has first hand experience that would be even better
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    • NatalieD205
      CommentAuthorNatalieD205
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    my friend did it on a hen night. Said it was a real laugh....
    he picked up the hen and posed with her and he put him *ahem* (pee pee tail) on the paper when my friend was drawing and she drew round it :p lol.
    I think it sounds funny but not really my thing...... my sister really wanted me to do it for mine!!

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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    ha ha natalie....drawing round the willy on the paper is more up close and personal than i realised with these...!
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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    ps - how big was the sheet of paper????? ;-) A4?????
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    • katielea100
      CommentAuthorkatielea100
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    Yep per person and swap the numbers for letters that look similar lol
    Or I can post the link on your wall xx
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    • katielea100
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    I'll post it on my wall as yours is restricted xx
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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    thanks katie - I've just send you a message actually if you are able to see that? I'm still new to this!
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    • katielea100
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    Okie dokies :) x
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    • NatalieD205
      CommentAuthorNatalieD205
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    hi Jane, yeah i think an A4 pad....... dont think it crossed the whole page or anything :p lol
    I know that all the girls at that hen party had a really good laugh and noone was offended..... they knew it was happening so I suppose if you were a bit of a prude you just wouldnt go....... my mother would find it halarious...... H2B's mom.... im not so sure :p hehe

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    • JaneM260
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    not the whole page.....?? how disappointing, that's him our of the equation then!!!! (hee hee)

    thanks for the feedback though, sounds like there is some interaction as well as the drawing etc.
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    • DonnaH39
      CommentAuthorDonnaH39
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    I can't decide what I think of this, I might mention it to my bridesmaids but as they're surprising me I don't know if they'd take it as a hint that I really really want to do that when actually it's just another thing to consider




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    • Velcro
      CommentAuthorVelcro
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    I'm giggling like an idiot reading this thread, it just sounds SO funny xD

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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    it's serious art apparently...! just involves a willy...!!

    I think a lot depends on who you book with etc, some seems to be serious and some seems to be a bit more - ahem - risque!

    when i googled it the first one that came up was rather full on with pics etc....!!
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    • Velcro
      CommentAuthorVelcro
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    We looked on some site for organising hen dos so I'd assume that one would be more silly than serious lol :D

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    • JaneM260
      CommentAuthorJaneM260
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    yeh exactly, think they can be as naughty as you want them or otherwise.

    I guess you give them a bit of guidance, I only know a couple of people who have done it hence posting on here for some more feedback.

    One sounded more up close and personal than the other with the model even getting a bit - ahem - you know.
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    • SandraB58
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