Finger paints are not just for kids - you should get some too!

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Children's finger paints - definitely washable!

Four colours, very primary, very dramatic. One naked model. One grungy background. Can we make the model look like the background? Of course we can.

Throughout this series I've used different methods of applying paint. In some the model is squirting it on herself; in others my assistant is letting it dribble and later just throwing it on in great splashes.

It is the kind of shoot that has to develop in its own way, there is no way you can go back a step, so careful application of paint is required - yes I'm serious. I don't move onto the next step until I'm sure.

Throughout the process the model must take care not to have any body contact. For example, if she brings her arms to her body it is going to smudge all those colours into one brown smear.

I've shot this many times with different models and it's always interesting to me how they each approach it differently. Some are diffident, artistic and considered, others just want to throw themselves into it with gay abandon.

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This is where I was aiming for - the model blending in and becoming part of the background.

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Don't forget there are always other shots to be made. Look at the way the paint has flowed across the skin in a lovely abstract pattern. You can crop into this image further and reveal more - it is like a fractal pattern - always detailed.

 

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Children's finger paints - definitely washable!

Four colours, very primary, very dramatic. One naked model. One grungy background. Can we make the model look like the background? Of course we can.

Throughout this series I've used different methods of applying paint. In some the model is squirting it on herself; in others my assistant is letting it dribble and later just throwing it on in great splashes.

It is the kind of shoot that has to develop in its own way, there is no way you can go back a step, so careful application of paint is required - yes I'm serious. I don't move onto the next step until I'm sure.

Throughout the process the model must take care not to have any body contact. For example, if she brings her arms to her body it is going to smudge all those colours into one brown smear.

I've shot this many times with different models and it's always interesting to me how they each approach it differently. Some are diffident, artistic and considered, others just want to throw themselves into it with gay abandon.

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