OCT, 2010 – These pictures are from my Halloween modeling session with artistÂ Jay Fife. What you get here are the messy BTS shots where there’s no particular backdrop for a clean scene; it’s just my house complete with buckets of laundry in the way and white boxes of comics hogging up space. The televisions were in the background playing blues on a streaming music station and we just having a great time.
The final result was this amazing steampunk inspired Bride of Frankenstein illustration:
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Incredibly stunning.You are as always a gorgeous model.
VERY NICE LOL
Very distracting…in a good way…;o)
Beautiful as always Amber! Hope all is well!.oh and you’ve got mail
Leave it to me to ask the practical question: With your leg being held in that position for the shoot and parts of you â€” very good parts, by the way â€” being somewhat subject to the dictates of gravity, was it difficult to maintain balance on the back of that couch?
It actually was difficult. I was rather wobbly trying to balance on the edge of the couch which is only a few inches wide.
beautiful pictures, and stunning model. I have an artistic based question, when i draw, which is daily, i struggle with body proportions and foreshortening (upper arms always seem to end up looking like bricks compared to rest). do you mind if i use your photos as a reference for my practicing?
You can use them to practice but you can’t post them anywhere or sell them without contacting me privately first.
Deal. And thank you very much
What an amazing set of pictures…WOW
I recently got a gig as a live figure model.
I did some research into it but thought I’d ask for advice from you on what to expect and how to prepare for my first time…
Bring a digital timer (no one ever told me I was supposed to bring my own), a robe, slip on shoes and do a few stretches before starting to limber up a little because gesture poses are all about action and energy. Good luck!