It doesn't matter how old you are—when there's a naked guy just standing in front of you and all your friends, you're definitely going to laugh out of sheer awkwardness at first. Sounds pretty perfect, right? Bring them along too! We even did one round where everyone drew for a minute and then left their drawing in their seat and moved to the next seat, round-robin style, so everyone could have a hand in adding something artsy or hilarious to the drawing. Our latest adventure with The Artful Bachelorette proved to be one of the absolute best we've experienced in a while. My drawings were easily the worst of the bunch, especially since we have one editor who went to art school and could literally give Jack Dawson a run for his money drawing French girls, plus a handful of fabulous designers and photo editors who put my stick figures with oblong genitalia to shame.
Out of all the drawings you do, there are a few that involve group work or not looking at the page, which is a nice way to mix it up and give everyone a little challenge.
Drawing a Naked Guy for Your Bachelorette Party Isn’t Awkward at All—Here’s Why You Should Do It
We even did one round where everyone drew for a minute and then left their drawing in their seat and moved to the next seat, round-robin style, so everyone could have a hand in adding something artsy or hilarious to the drawing. From an outsider's perspective, it may look like being an editor at The Knot is nothing but one big bachelorette party, so to speak, but on certain occasions, we actually do try out fun bachelorette activities. You may also turn red in the face, or start fanning yourself with your drawing paper let's face it, we all have that friend. And even though I'm not going to be designing illustrations for The Knot magazine anytime soon, it was fun drawing with charcoal, which I haven't done since art class in the seventh grade. And from the first sketch to the last sip, we had the best time in the most saucy, yet tasteful, way possible. Sounds pretty perfect, right?