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Introduction The Need for a Handbook 1
Chapter 1 Art Models and Figure Drawing 3
Chapter 2 Nudity and Body Issues 9
Chapter 3 The Model Bag: What to Bring 15
Chapter 4 The Classroom and Class Structure 17
Chapter 5 Professional Conduct 21
Chapter 6 How to Pose 27
Chapter 7 Gestures 41
Chapter 8 What Makes an Interesting Pose? 47
Chapter 9 Researching Poses 49
Chapter 10 Costume Modeling 53
Chapter 11 Finding Work 57
Chapter 12 Security Concerns 63
Chapter 13 Faculty Guide to Working With Models 67
Chapter 14 Interview with a Model Booker 71
Chapter 15 Interview with a Male Model 75
Chapter 16 Interview with a Female Model 83
Chapter 17 Photography 91
Chapter 18 Interview with a Photographer 105
Chapter 19 Online Resources 111
Chapter 20 Glossary 115
Appendix A Sample Model Release 119
Appendix B Model’s Protocol 121
Appendix C Memo to Art Models 125
Appendix D Art Model Policy for Faculty 129
Appendix E Memo to Faculty on Scheduling Models 133
  End Notes 137
  Bibliography 139
  Acknowledgements 141
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The Art Model's Handbook: The Naked Truth about Posing for Art Classes and Fine Artists • by Andrew Cahner
ISBN-13: 978-1-442-16969-2 • ISBN-10: 1-442-16969-9 • Order your copy from Amazon or Book Depository.
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