Oh no! I'm terribly sorry that I didn't ask you first, I assumed that your rules would be like everyone else's ( assuming you wouldn't care if I asked you first before I used it) Don't worry though, I'm definately still giving you the credit for the original photo! It's in the artist comment here: [link] Please forgive me for being so careless about your rules? I didn't read them until I'd already posted the picture on DA :/
lol don't worry about it! my rules are like everyone elses in that respect, and you don't need my permission to use my stock if its on DA. i only ask for people to get my permission before they put it outside of DA. if your work isnt featured on any other website you're fine
Oddly enough, I think I like this one the most from this series. The clear anguish and visual diagonals would make this an interesting drawing. Maybe you should consider life modeling, your body language is intuitively expressive. (I feel like I'm writing an essay )
haha, well at least it wasn't essay length,
see, modelling in RL i'd only really do for someone I knew, aaand probably who lived quite close. but then again, I am the ultimate fidget, the real question would be could I keep still for long enough?
but thanks, im glad you like it ^^
I did it once for my life drawing group (poor things) when the model was a no-show, and it was difficult (and cold!). Holding still wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, after a while rigor-mortise set in and my muscles stopped shaking. Except for the two or three people who ran fleeing from the room, I was told it was much appreciated, and not bad $ either.
see i'm pretty uncomfortable with my thighs, which is why you'll only ever really see the back of them really. topless i'd be fine with, cause i'm not bothered at all about my upper body. its from the neck up and the waist down that it all goes pear-shaped.. although from the knees down is fine since i got my tats
maybe im just picky?
Well, you certainly shouldn't do something you're not comfortable with. I think, however, that most serious artists aren't as concerned with a model's perfection, but rather how he or she holds their body for the pose. It becomes about rythyms and form and capturing the effects of light, it's almost like work sometimes! Anyway, I'm sure any artist would consider themselves lucky to work with you
well i'd be fine if it was someone i knew, and i really wouldn't be that bothered. but a few people on here have asked if i would do it for them, and the answer is a no. i'd probably consider it for someone i'd been talking to a while on here. and then only if i met them first in a public place, cause i have a bad habit of attracting crazy people and weirdos. and theres the harmless kind of strange people and the not so harmless ones. but back to the point, i don't think any of my friends would need me modelling anyway, apart from the friend who requested these, but she lives a little far away for that, and although i would love to go visit her (and get the hell out of this town) i don't have the money.
and i'm rambling, i'm sorry.