Arms Crossed, Hips Twisted



Harsh light on a figure can reduce the shadows and make twisted forms difficult to see and render. The challenge with this pose was showing the twisted middle section between the hips and rib cage. I generally like to show large volumes with big, fat strokes but impossible here.

Don’t Take It Personally



Best things going on in this one are the butt cheeks and the relationship between blue and orange in the left leg. I also like the way the leg outlines are incremental and build to some kind of ambivalent relationship between form and space.

It’s a New Policy



It can be tricky to show the topography of a woman’s back. The bones and muscles are not ¬†always clearly defined and you can’t rely on an outline to give it form. Blue and orange sem like unlikely partners but it works.