4 months ago 4 months agoFrog pose, Scott Feringa, charcoal pencil, 2021 by Courtney Thorpe 22626views imageLike it? Share with your friends! 300 Facebook Twitter300 points 22 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Imagine your wife/girlfriend lying on your bed like this, and you think it’s sexy time before she snatches a fly out of the sky with her tongs.ReplyIs this anything more than a decent charcoal drawing that has gotten a lot of love because it features a woman in an overly sexual pose? What makes this special, aside from the fact that it features a nude woman?ReplyExceptionally well done. I appreciate how the hair feels natural and tangly, as if you could brush it if you tried hard enough, which is difficult to express. Keep up the excellent work.ReplyIt’s really cool. However, I believe her hands would have been more submerged in the bed due to her weight. In terms of her knees, it seems to be too light.ReplyWhen there wasn’t an NSFW subreddit with a frog pose, I was visibly disappointed.ReplyWas this accomplished by studying a model or a photograph?Artists’ ability to capture human anatomy never ceases to amaze me. I’m not an artist, but I really like how you did her upper arm; the triceps look very real to me.ReplySomething I still ponder when it comes to modern art. How do I know it wasn’t created by picture tracing?Sure, it’d still take a lot of skill, but it’d be a lot easier than doing a live pose.Replya great place to plug inReplyTo be honest, this appears to be an AMAZING stretch for your lower back. I’m going to give it a shot.ReplyWhat the hell is going on here? How did you style your hair?ReplyAs frog pope, I missed reading this…Excellent charcoal paintingReplyI like how the skin folds, it’s so soft and realistic. You did an excellent job.ReplyCongratulations! Oooo, that’s fantastic!ReplyI’m very impressed by how natural her leg proportions are! It’s an odd pose, so I’m sure getting it right was difficult. Stunning job all around!ReplyThere aren’t enough highlights and there are so many mid tones. Without going into too much detail, I’d suggest there is a proper way to include nudity and even sexuality in art, and this isn’t it. Look up Ivan Alifan’s work for some contemporary sexually charged art inspiration. This is the kind of sloppy nudity I don’t like seeing on this sub.ReplyThis is fantastic, but I have a question. When I zoom in, the two halves of the face seem to be at opposite angles, but when I zoom out, they look perfect. Perhaps this is why I am unable to create good images on my own. I based my calculations on the specifics rather than how it appears from afar. Can anyone explain what’s going on with the face angles in this picture?ReplyThe art is fine, but this pose is a pain in the neck.ReplyI was hoping for a sultry frog 🙁But it’s a fantastic painting.ReplyWhen you’re turned on by art, but it’s callous.ReplyThis is fantastic! It also hurts to do the pose.ReplyI adore the tiny muscle accents in the shoulders. The model has a physical attractiveness as well as a loveliness about her, as you can see. It reminds me a little of late-nineteenth-century Akmakjian photography.ReplyThis is a fantastic piece of work. It’s incredibly difficult to get the curves and proportions of a nude body just right.To be honest, her type appears to be a little wonky, but art imitates life, and sexy forms do tend to get wonky.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Courtney Thorpe Certified zombie specialist. Food enthusiast. Proud student. Twitter evangelist. Internet aficionado. Freelance beer advocate. Pop culture practitioner.