Weld with Rob

Weld with Rob

Posted on 07/20/2014


Photo taken on July 19, 2014


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Y5 Day 200, Josh's Arm

Y5 Day 200, Josh's Arm
July 2014 hunt 20. Crow’s Creative Corner: The human form has been a popular subject with artists since prehistoric man decorated the walls of his cave. Capture the graceful lines of the human form in a partial body view. Be artistic!

As with Nigel, all my options of female models declined my offers of being photographed for the group. Josh, however was happy to show me how it's done

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DeForest Ranger
DeForest Ranger
Well done indeed! I kept wishing for a male model since most people associate body lines with the female form.
3 years ago.
nauticalnancy
nauticalnancy
some fellas are just smart - great model - reminds me of my gym judging days
3 years ago.
Nodule
Nodule
i don't know That I'd want to be telling Josh he had 'graceful lines' when he's got a right arm like that!!! :-))
Nicely done Rob.
3 years ago.
Cathlon
Cathlon
Oh boy, those are some healthy looking biceps! Has he had a shoulder op, hmm and his elbow looks as though it got busted? just wondering. Is this your motor biking friend?
Anyway kudos for finding Josh willing to model for you, male musculature has been the source of many great works of art, especially sculptures.
3 years ago.
Weld with Rob has replied to Cathlon
Josh reports that what you see is all him. No dings or operations.
My 'motorbike friend' is Neil
3 years ago.
Evergreengirl
Evergreengirl
Good job, Rob. I think this shows how the male body can have graceful lines too. Josh should be proud of that body of his.
3 years ago.