Studying the human anatomy is an important part of art school, but staring at naked people, even under the guise of Fine Art, is still awkward for all parties involved.
For her New Year's resolution, she signed up to model as a step to become more comfortable in her skin. However noble her intentions, she'll stroll through the easels looking at the students' drawings of her naked body as her confidence visually drains from her face. Her insecurity is contagious ... you begin to wonder if that sour face she's making is because you exaggerated certain body parts or because your drawing is really just that bad.
Most schools provide a changing room and a robe so when the model is ready to pose in the classroom, he'll elegantly drop his robe for a tasteful reveal. But for some reason this guy will choose to forgo the provided dressing room. Figure drawing seems less like a noble artform when you have to watch the model get naked... starting from removing his tennis shoes and sweaty gym socks.
This model choses overly ambitious poses that he is clearly not in shape to hold for five minutes at a time. He stubbornly refuses your professor's gentle guidance to pick "less active poses." His whole body convulses as he tries to convey a gladiator slaying an invisible enemy.
From the liberal arts college associated with your art school, this philosophy major wanted to make a quick dollar while still supporting the arts. She's in your group for a Sociology 101 project, and now you have to pretend you haven't intensely studied the the size of her areolas in relation to her nipples.
Not to body shame, but how does this human actually exist? How is this supposed to help you understand the human body when he looks like a character from a Tim Burton film?
On break, he went to the bathroom and didn't shake off well enough.
He signed up to model because he carries the confidence of a thousand Ryan Cabrera's and wanted to share the gift of his body with an unlucky lady. He'll make direct eye contact with one woman in the class and, with each new pose, will position himself so she can see what he's working with. Not cool.