Curvy Women are divine

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Posted by Jen on May 13, 2004 at 12:04:21:

In Reply to: DBW catalogue on-line posted by Chad on May 10, 2004 at 17:42:00:

When I was an Art student back in college, I remember how our art professor required us to study the the female human anatomy. From the timeless sketches and paintings done by the renaissance artists the image of a woman we are taught to know and perhaps remember for the rest of our lives is a woman with ample breasts, full hips and a healthy-looking face. We're not asked to draw a female figure in skin and bones. And I'm certain that when it comes to studying the female human anatomy, artists around the world are trained to look at women who exude vitality. Apparently I've thought for sometime that if I try doing a female figure that represents the "standards" of today, I don't think I would be doing something pleasing to the eye. Mr. HSG, I'm glad that the filmakers of Troy, at least asked Diana Kruger to appear what she ought to be- as a woman who launched a thousand ships because that's how goddesses looked.

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