Becoming a nude model
My hands were sweaty and my heart was beating a mile a minute. Trying my best to concentrate, I twisted into an elegant pose and took a deep breath to soften my expression. The resulting photograph was beautiful but the experience was terrifying. I was years-old when I first took my clothes off for money. I was intrigued.
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What it feels like to pose nude for art
8 lessons I've learnt being a life model
John Hammack has been modeling nude for 15 years, ever since a guy at the gym spied him naked in the locker room and suggested he start disrobing professionally. In the past decade and a half, Hammack has removed his clothing in front of hundreds of people in the D. Dude has got stories. Hammack, 53—-"the same age as Kevin Sorbo "—-agreed to talk about 15 years of accidental erections, intentional eroticism, and fathering a budding art student who wonders "why dad keeps a bathrobe in the trunk of his car.
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Love taking your clothes off in public? Here’s how to be a nude art model
Becoming a nude model has been one of the most rewarding, satisfying things I have ever done. I love the art I am able to create because I am a nude model. I love the people I have met and the opportunities that have arisen from my modeling. But as an experienced nude model who has done over shoots, with the majority of those being nude, and having talked to many, many other nude models and read plenty of blogs and forum threads, these are the things that I think everyone who is considering posing as a nude model should probably know. As always these are my opinions and you may detect a hint of playful sarcasm.
If you've ever wanted to work as a nude artist's model—do it. Artists aren't only interested in drawing athletes and nubile lingerie models. All shapes and sizes are appreciated and the variety of the human form forces the artist to look and draw what they really see, rather than what they imagine a human thigh or shoulder should look like. You won't know until you try it.
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