All this pregnancy excitement has caused some serious slacking in the blog department. Actually it’s more like all of the Christmas projects that I have piled on my kitchen table, waiting to be taken care of. So little time.
Anyway, here is the head painting that I did in class last night.
I’m pretty pleased with how this one turned out, and I was even more pleased when Justin came to look at it and said how much better I was doing. I’m finally starting to get the hang of painting faces. I purposely didn’t include much detail because I’m trying to just deal with the basic shadow shapes right now. And interestingly enough, even without painting her eyes or ears, or other little details, it has a pretty good likeness. Funny how my teachers have been telling me that for months and I’m finally starting to see it all come together.
Really nice. Practice makes perfect? You are so talented. 🙂
This is beautiful! What do you mean about not painting her ears. Looks like she has an ear to me. Is this only a beginning ear?? Also, I expect a full blog report on the Park City show! Photos and everything!
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The “Where I Put The Model” section isn’t a simple thing to write. You could be trying to write pokedle the name of an entire country, or you could just be trying to put in a short phrase. Whatever the case may be, you need to make sure that you can understand where you’re writing.
After the models name I usually write down a few words about them, this way I know what to expect from the shoot.
So, if you are shooting a model that you don’t really know (or if you don’t know their name), then it might be best to start your list with a few things about them. For example: “Voluptuous beauty who is 5’10” and has big boobs and a nice ass.” This way you can already get a general idea when they walk in of what kind of model they are.
If your model is a “hot” celebrity or an up-and-coming designer, you want people to know that right away. Even if her name is just initials, make sure you spell it out for people. And if your model is one of the models on Instagram, make sure you take a screenshot of her profile as well so people know who they’re looking at.
How lovely! What do you mean by saying you won’t color her ears? It seems like she is listening to me. Is this the beginnings of an ear? I anticipate a comprehensive blog post on the performance in Park City. A whole album, complete with pictures!