Maybe she’s not perfect, but she is beautiful. What makes her beautiful to me, I will keep to myself. I think all judgements of beauty are completely and should be completely subjective. In my experience, it isn’t the individual features that dictate beauty, but rather how they interact and the way a person’s mannerisms act to express those features. This isn’t a portrait of a specific person; it’s a construct of my imagination and experience. I pulled forward something I feel is beautiful and allowed my instincts to render it into what you see. I chose not to concern myself with who might share my feelings about the figure, because that often triggers overthinking and doubt. I believe my doubts, when present show in my work. I’m grateful I let this one flow from me and for me.

What does she say to you?

More to come…

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