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Flesh and Acrylic - C.Madison3

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Published: October 10, 2011
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85% of madness, a fantastic model, 15 liters of acrylic.

Model: Caroline Madison.

Taken with my new Canon EOS 5D Mark II. I love it!
As you can see in the making, I've used different light
sources, that's why the shadows go in different directions.
I need to get more powerful spotlights for my studio...

If you wish, you can view this video interview in which I
explain the philosophy behind "Flesh and Acrylic": bit.ly/nrGLv2

The above picture and other images from the "Flesh and Acrylic"
series have been published in The Telegraph in December 2011.

Prints of the above artwork now available!

Also purchase a bigger jpg version to see how it is made!
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Work in progress & details:

Flesh and Acrylic - Making 4 by BenHeine

Previous "Flesh and Acrylic" project with Caroline:

Flesh and Acrylic - C.Madison1 by BenHeine Flesh and Acrylic - C.Madison2 by BenHeine Flesh and Acrylic - Making 1 by BenHeine

Other "Flesh and Acrylic" works:

Flesh and Acrylic - Martin by BenHeine Flesh and Acrylic - Yanna by BenHeine


The Lotion of Passion

A poem by Peter S. Quinn

The lotion of passion is here with you
In the purest of white skin and the dark
With the feelings of spring and water true
That in to each your emotions will spark
A flower of love that comes like spring
To sooth every cell of your skin nerve
And on to your feelings always shall sing
To accomplish its youthful and its verve

A dove of the sky and your summer mood
Something for everyone to feel good
And complete the new appearance that hooks
Be to your skin like a nourishing food
And always win through in each a-la-mode
To go with knowledge of nature and looks
Image size
900x628px 781.13 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed
1/25 second
Aperture
F/4.5
Focal Length
45 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 4, 2011, 6:35:14 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Macintosh
Sensor Size
5mm
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CapscesDigitalInkProfessional General Artist
Amazing!!!
TerreDada's avatar
TerreDadaHobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, this is so cool! Congratulations for your great work!
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ookamediasHobbyist Photographer
one of my favorite of Mr Ben Heine !
TFSakon's avatar
Very powerful use of posing and dynamics in the paint, it feels almost visceral. Which is interesting considering the vibrancy of the colours you've chosen. In different colours I think it might have quite a macabre feel.
MuttTheCartoonist's avatar
Interesting idea...Combining people and paint and canvas...
ChloChlo12's avatar
ChloChlo12Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love how her pose and the paint on her body flow into the paint and structure of the background. Beautiful.
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chriseastmidsHobbyist Photographer
:wow:
T-equio's avatar
the human pattern.

:+fav:
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Miss-MaeProfessional Digital Artist
Super duper cool! Those colours are awesome :D
MomokoTan's avatar
I love this whole series but something about this one really gets me, this is just too beautiful! you have done an amazing job!
mondecolore's avatar
mondecoloreHobbyist Digital Artist
Stunning...
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EdlynSabrinaHobbyist Traditional Artist
awesome....
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RenatinhafriendsHobbyist Traditional Artist
omg, i'm loving ur art!!
AndTheRAVENCalls's avatar
I find it amazing how much work you put into each photograph you don't just take a typical nude portrait, you create and piece of art that you just happen to photograph beautifully. I love it. <3
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TheMightyQuinnHobbyist Photographer
What I find interesting is that the scale and depth of the paint blotches set the scale of the entire work - and therefore the model appears not to be life-size, but rather much smaller.
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IAteYourFoodStudent Traditional Artist
I never noticed that until you mentioned it
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TheMightyQuinnHobbyist Photographer
I'd love to see it across the Hudson River from me at the Dia Art Foundation ([link])
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Tohma21Hobbyist General Artist
Your amazing, what inspires you?
chesterina's avatar
chesterinaHobbyist Digital Artist
sublime
Anguiad's avatar
I don't know what I like most: the splashes on the body or the patterns on the background. Simply great!
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PsychadelicTranceXXX Traditional Artist
this picture has such a feeling of freedom! i love it
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