Thursday, February 14, 2008

Head Study #12, 18"x12"
pastel pencil on toned paper,
available

Nude #82, 18" x12.5"
pastel pencil on toned paper, available

Nude #81, 12.5" x18"
pastel pencil on toned paper, sold

Candice (Nude #80), 18" x12.5"
pastel pencil on toned paper, available

About half way through during the Friday evening quick drawing session at the Palette and Chisel, Candice couldn't quite come up with her next pose(model's block?). After thinking about for a few seconds how she would pose next, she decided to settle with the universal gesture of indecision and predicament that she was in then and there—her toe tapping and her finger in the mouth. It must be quite awkward, if not embarrassing, for a model not to be able to come up with a pose while standing on an elevated platform, surrounded by a room full of expectant crowd 360° around.

2 comments:

Katie said...

they have interesting poses over there

Bob said...

Ahh the dreaded model's block. yeah it's real. Sometimes I just fall back to a previous pose but from a different angle. It gives the artist a slightly different look.